Celebrating its 84th birthday, the Loudoun County Fair will kick-off next Tuesday at the county fairgrounds on Dry Mill Road in Leesburg.
After several rounds of dialogue and debate with local food professionals, cuisine lovers and critics, here is this year's Loudoun 20, the county's top restaurants. The list first appeared in the summer issue of Loudouner magazine. As with last year's inaugural roundup, a restaurant had to b…
Eleven years ago, the Thomas Family – Ronald and Glynis and their sons Jordan and Jaeron – opened The Pit Stop BBQ, a roadside food stand at Gilbert's Corner in Aldie.
After a successful fundraiser last year to provide a special $20,000 Action Track Chair to local winegrower Jan Mathov, who suffered a spinal cord injury that left her a quadraplegic, organizers decided to continue the goodwill this year and have created a raffle fundraiser at 14 wineries in…
For the past 25 years, Dolly Stevens has been in her element on stage working with students in western Loudoun County and producing award-winning theater shows. Whether she was singing, dancing, acting – or a combination of all three – Stevens' main goal was to make a difference in students' lives.
The Purcellville Wine and Food Festival, one of the town's signature annual events, will take place this Saturday at Dillon's Woods next to Fireman's Field from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Lucas Bohn, a local comedian who is a former teacher at Rolling Ridge Elementary School in Sterling, is a contestant on NBC's “Bring the Funny,” a new comedy series that airs July 9 at 10 p.m.
Nils and Olivia Schnibbe have been hustling in the restaurant business in Leesburg over the past two years. The husband and wife team have opened SideBar and 14 Loudoun in historic downtown, along with a food truck, SunDay Chicken.