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“Mudbound” director and writer Dee Rees speaks with Washington Post film critic Ann Hornaday Oct. 21 at the 2017 Middleburg Film Festival. Times-Mirror/Trevor Baratko

Live from the 2017 Middleburg Film Festival

Director Dee Rees was honored Saturday with the 2017 Visionary Award at the Middleburg Film Festival. Rees' “Mudbound” is among the most acclaimed films at this year's festival, and she spoke in an intimate Q&A this morning.

The fifth annual Middleburg Film Festival arrives this weekend

Thursday kicks-off the fifth annual Middleburg Film Festival, with Oscar contender “Darkest Hour” screening at Salamander Resort, the host site of the event.

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The 2017 Loudoun Wine Awards dinner was one to remember for Sunset Hills

Sunset Hills' 2016 Viognier was named the top local wine at the annual awards dinner, and the Purcellville winery's popular red wine Mosaic won best Bordeaux blend.

Lovettsville native, injured-in-action veteran Rob Jones to run 31 marathons in 31 days

After starting his venture in London Oct. 12, Jones will continue his month of marathons in Toronto and major cities throughout the U.S. He plans to end the month on Veterans Day in Washington D.C.

Agnieszka Serbia, of Ashburn, said no one knew just had badly Hurricane Maria would devastate Puerto Rico. Courtesy Photo/Agnieszka Serbia

‘The worst hurricane I’ve ever seen’: Locals react to devastation in Puerto Rico

As the national attention begins to shift elsewhere, Loudoun residents and Puerto Ricans everywhere are left questioning how the island will recover.

Family-friendly Vanish Brewery welcomes two- and four-legged creatures

With 20 beers on tap in its massive taproom, great food, scenic views and plenty of live music, Leesburg’s Vanish Brewery has something for everyone.

Beloved Leesburg pizza maker goes ‘Solo’

Said Mehenni is a humble, hardworking man who has a faithful group of followers who love him. After 25 years of working at a pizza restaurant in Leesburg, he has decided to open his own restaurant called Solo Restaurant and Pizza.

Toll Brothers to transfer Belmont Slave Cemetery property to Loudoun Freedom Center

After nearly three years of working to acquire the Belmont Slave Cemetery property owned by Toll Brothers, the Loudoun Freedom Center is expected to have the deed to the property by the end of the month.

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This weekend’s Waterford Fair features arts, crafts and live music

Thousands of people are expected at the 73rd Annual Waterford Fair this weekend to enjoy fall foliage, historic scenery, a juried art show, craft fair, live music, demonstrations, home tours, food vendors and more.

IN PHOTOS: Redskins host Loudoun middle schoolers to promote healthy lifestyle

The Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation and Gatorade teamed up to host the second Gatorade Junior Training Camp at Redskins Park Monday.

The youngest of the two sisters Raelyn performs in Vienna. Courtesy Photo

Musical sisters from Aldie set their sights on more world-class performances

Two sisters who showcased their musical skills in a prestigious European music festival over the summer say they hope to be invited to more places of musical origin around the world.

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Oscar contenders ‘Darkest Hour,’ ‘Mudbound’ among titles at this year’s Middleburg Film Festival

Oscar contenders “Darkest Hour,” “Mudboud” and “Call Me By Your Name” are among the titles at this year's highly acclaimed Middleburg Film Festival.

Srividhya Ganesan plays Navratri Festival host at her Brambleton home. Times-Mirror/Chantalle Edmunds

WATCH: Ashburn family, neighbors celebrates Indian roots with Navratri

The Indian festival of Navratri, which runs until Sept. 30, is being celebrated with traditional joy and feasting in Brambleton.

Local production ‘A Will to Survive’ heads to the Kennedy Center

In a county constantly working to tackle the problem of youth suicide and depression, Tom Sweitzer, executive director and co-founder of A Place to Be, hoped “A Will to Survive,” would have a far-reaching message.

Loudoun County golf prodigy gets her game back

After a year banned from playing competitive golf or practicing with anyone but her father, an 11-year-old Sterling girl has returned to the game.
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