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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.”

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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. 

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Seven years ago, when Johannes and Sarah Endhardt moved to Loudoun County, they enjoyed spending their weekends exploring wineries in western Loudoun while on family outings with their two young children.

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Offering wines from around the world, a new wine store known as Gvino Enoteca opened in historic downtown Leesburg two weeks ago.

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In an effort to support local restaurants and businesses, One Loudoun in Ashburn is debuting its first Taste One Loudoun event on September 11 from 1 to 4 p.m.

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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…

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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.

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Two years ago, John and Bonnie Branding headed out onto their farm to forage for a specific ingredient for the brewery they had recently opened. For this particular ingredient, however, the pair didn’t require the use of a tractor or any of the tools typical of farming.

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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.

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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.

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