Middleburg Film Festival organizers today announced the audience choice winners for narrative and documentary films from the 2018 festival, which wrapped up Sunday afternoon after four days of films, panel discussions, concerts and parties.
An exhibit presented by Sheila Johnson and curated by The Agora Culture's Jessica Stafford Davis titled "Reclamation" will emphasize Middleburg's black history this weekend.
Franklin Park Arts Center has introduced a new planetarium program to the schedule this fall, thanks to generous donation from the McGinnis Foundation.
Middleburg Film Festival organizers on Monday announced this year's most acclaimed screenings. The festival kicks off Oct. 18 and runs through Oct. 21 at locations across southern Loudoun County.
As the local nonprofit organization Joshua's Hands prepares for over 4,000 guests at its annual fall festival, organizer Joyce Guthrie takes a moment to reflect on why she hosts the event each year.
A local girls soccer team has incorporated the teamwork they use on the field into an art exhibit that will be on display at Franklin Park Arts Center in Purcellville.
Kaeley Boyle has known grit and determination since she was just a little girl. Growing up with three older brothers, there was some fighting to do to stand out. Even now, the family mentality presents itself in the fact that all of her brothers are starting their own businesses or leaving l…
In a world filled with superficial beauty, photographer Marcus John is looking to expand the concept of beauty to its purest form. K2M Group Holdings has invited John to showcase one of John's photo exhibits June 11 at the K2M auditorium in Leesburg at 10:30 a.m.