Purcellville’s Franklin Park Visual & Performing Arts Center, in conjunction with the Town of Purcellville Arts Council, will host the fourth annual Cabin Fever Film Festival on Friday evening and Saturday morning.
While many Loudoun residents will be mostly enjoying holiday activities from home this year, local businesses and restaurants are trying out creative strategies to attract customers during the holiday season.
Stacey Metcalfe, a prominent local business and nonprofit leader, was named the new head of Morven Park, a 1,000-acre park on the north side of Leesburg.
When Danny Misdom lost his wife of 43 years in November 2019, in the months following her passing he found that his mental and physical health were in need of support.
Ashburn-based pet services franchise Woofie’s and Ellen Zangla Photography recently teamed up to raise $3,500 at the annual Paws and Claus Charity Event, which benefited the Human Society of Loudoun County’s Loudoun Pet Pantry.
About 800 people joined a virtual celebration on Nov. 13 for the 26th Annual Loudoun Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards, during which Purcellville’s Catoctin Creek Distilling claimed several of the top honors.
The Loudoun County Public Library has launched this year’s 1book1community program and is giving away free copies of the award-winning book “Front Desk” by Kelly Yang.
Award-winning Chef Tarver King from the renowned Restaurant at Patowmack Farm in Lovettsville has announced his newest venture — a destination restaurant on Old Waterford Road in Paeonian Springs.
Lee Isaac Chung’s “Minari” and Bryan Fogel’s “The Dissident” have won the Middleburg Film Festival’s Audience Awards for Best Narrative Film and Best Documentary Film, respectively, festival officials announced Tuesday.
Chef Santosh Tiptur’s highly anticipated new restaurant in Sterling is fast approaching its opening day with a “hopeful” target date the first week of November.
The outdoor grounds of Salamander Resort & Spa played host to the opening night of the 2020 Middleburg Film Festival on Thursday, with socially-distanced screenings of two upcoming films.
When Cara and David Versace moved to Purcellville over the summer, they saw painted benches around town and thought they were a cool idea. After some investigation, they found the source of the project and made plans to attend the live auction to bid on a bench.
Legendary actress Sophia Loren and filmmaker Aaron Sorkin are among the cinematic professionals to receive special annual awards from the Middleburg Film Festival later this month, representatives said Monday.
A famed haunted house gets creative to keep the scares a-comin'; an author uses a traumatic childhood accident to inspire others; and a couple of wine connoisseurs commemorate their anniversary in a uniquely lasting way. All this, and more, on this episode of The Go LoCo Podcast!
Two years ago, when sisters Sonali and Shikha Chaturvedi were visiting a friend in Arizona, they were getting ready to go out and celebrate their friend’s birthday and they thought how nice it would be to have a “glam squad” do their hair and makeup — much like they see on TV.