When Leesburg resident Rebekah Murray, 32, discovered her grandfather was a fashion designer in the fur industry in Manhattan, everything about the inherent passions in her life began to make sense.
Two Loudoun restaurants — Leesburg's ChefScape Kitchen and City Tap House in One Loudoun — will host drag shows for the first time next month, and with tickets for both sold-out weeks in advance, it appears county residents may have a recurring new entertainment option.
Nearly a dozen regional filmmakers will present their work at the third annual Cabin Fever Film Fest, which will take place Jan. 24 and 25 at the Franklin Park Arts Center in Purcellville.
Twenty-five years ago, three Loudoun County residents who were concerned about the environment and promoting wildlife preservation formed the nonprofit organization known as Loudoun Wildlife Conservancy.
The Capital Burger, which crafts “luxe burgers” and offers spiked shakes along with a well-rounded wine list, will open in the Hyatt Regency at Reston Town Center Jan. 27.
It's usually best to begin a movie review with a quick plot synopsis, but the story behind "Dolittle" is so inanely threadbare, if at all existent, that we might as well dive right into what makes this film a quintessential bit of January tripe.
Two western Loudoun-based organizations have have teamed up for the third consecutive year to host the Round Hill Appalachian Trail Art Show, and they are looking for artists to exhibit their work.
Couples preparing for their special day will be able to meet with nearly 100 wedding-related businesses at the Love Loudoun Wedding Showcase, a new event that will take place March 15 from noon to 5 p.m. at West Belmont Place at The National Conference Center in Leesburg.
2018 set a relatively low bar as far as years at the movies go, and 2019 looked equally bleak at the outset. Studios in the latter half of this decade grew to realize that established intellectual property and nostalgia are the most effective fuels for modern ticket sales, leading them to ch…
One of the greatest challenges for recovering stroke survivors is regaining a sense of self, and the Different Strokes for Different Folks choir gives new meaning to the idea of finding one's voice.