After Chefscape in Leesburg announced a leadership change in February, with long-time Northern Virginia restaurateur Artie Simcox taking the helm, the team says the once-struggling food hall operation is now “rejuvenated and revived.”
Nearly three years after taking the reins of For Goodness Sake, a well-established health food store at Market Station in Leesburg, Ally Blaine is re-branding the shop with her new business partner Camden Middlebrooks. The store now has a new name to fit their audience, Neighbors: A Local Market.
With the recent installation of 12 sculptures in a new garden at Franklin Park in Purcellville, it brings to fruition a celebration of public art in the natural setting of the park, according to Arts Center manager Elizabeth Bracey.
After about 200 volunteers spent many hours unloading, sorting and pricing six tractor trailer-sized truckloads of donations, the 82nd Annual Inova Ladies Board Rummage Sale is set for this weekend at the Loudoun County Fairgrounds on Dry Mill Road in Leesburg.
With kids back to school and the calendar flipped to September, many Loudoun County residents are turning their attention some of the area’s traditional fall activities and festivals. With COVID-19 safety protocols in place, local event organizers are ready to welcome visitors to this year’s…
After launching the Loudoun Film Festival last year in the midst of the pandemic, co-founders Kaeley Boyle and Owen Palmiotti said they are ready and excited to hold the event for a second year.
Less than a year after purchasing Village Lanes Bowling Center on Catoctin Circle in Leeburg, the owners of the newly renovated family entertainment center and restaurant — now called The Branch — have opened to the public.
The town of Purcellville was recently adorned with a series of large, brightly-painted words affixed to sections of fencing as part of a community art project, the goal of which is brightening onlookers’ day, according to project organizers.
More than 20 years after the Robert and Dee Leggett Foundation purchased nearly 900 acres at 11661 Harpers Ferry Road in Hillsboro, known as the Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship (BRCES), their mission has been to provide families with a public space to experience the outdoors.
Thousands of Loudoun residents lined parade routes and took part in Independence Day festivities over the weekend, with officials saying this year’s events were some of the largest turnouts they’ve seen.
After missing a year of Fourth of July celebrations due to the pandemic, Loudoun County’s traditions of marking the nation’s birthday will commence this weekend and continue through July 4, including fireworks and parades.
Loudoun County's first Silver Diner location opened Wednesday in Commonwealth Center at the corner of Russell Branch Parkway and Loudoun County Parkway in Ashburn.
The Sterling Playmakers — a Loudoun County institution for more than 25 years — opened their first in-person show after more than a year. The Laramie Project revolves around the events following the 1998 murder of Matthew Shepard, a gay college student in Laramie, Wyoming.
Twenty years ago, Jim Ebert was diagnosed with brain cancer. The Leesburg resident and two-time Grammy nominated record producer has, through music, been giving back to others ever since.
This fall Loudoun County will become home to the flagship location of The Ballpark, a new, state-of-the-art training and entertainment facility currently under construction in the Lexington Seven development located off Route 7 in Ashburn.
Three years ago, Leesburg resident Hadi Akkad had sold a technology company and was in the process of searching for his next business venture.
Loudoun County’s wine industry is welcoming yet another name to the list of 45 wineries in the county with the opening of Williams Gap Vineyard in Round Hill on April 23.
After closing in January for a two-month renovation, Leesburg’s Loudoun Museum is scheduled to reopen while also introducing a new exhibit April 9.
When high school theater productions were shut down last spring due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Riverside High School students Gabi David and Ryder Quiggle were in the midst of preparing for a production of “Beauty and the Beast,” the school’s annual spring musical.
Like most restaurants operating during the COVID-19 pandemic, Lovettsville’s highly acclaimed Restaurant at Patowmack Farm, owned by Beverly Morton Billand, has experienced significant changes over the past year.
The owners of longtime Loudoun County-based PMSI Pest Management Services are in the process of transforming the former Hunter’s Run Winery located on Route 9 in Hamilton into an events, Airbnb and winery destination.