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.
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.
After recently restoring and renovating a 230-year-old Quaker barn at Shiloh Manor Farm to serve as a wedding and events space, the owners of the Purcellville farm have planned a classical concert series which will kick off July 24.
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.
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.
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.
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.
As a way to bring awareness and highlight businesses in the town of Leesburg, the town’s Department of Economic Development has launched a video series as part of a new initiative called “Locally Leesburg.”
-StageCoach Theatre Company Presents “Til Death Do Us Part – murder mystery.” Feb. 6, 7, 13, 14 and 20 at 6:30 p.m. $60 includes show and dinner catered by Pure Perfection LLC. Live at Oatlands, 20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane, Leesburg. Stagecoachtc.com.
Goosecup, a hip new coffee and cocktails destination adjacent to the new King Street Station development by the W&OD Trail in downtown Leesburg, is set to open Jan. 30.
Ashburn native Brandon Diaz, a 2015 graduate of Briar Woods High School, has released a timely — and catchy holiday tune — called “This Year Sucks (At Least We Got Christmas).”
Twenty-four young residents participated in the recent and inaugural “Algonkian’s Got Talent” event, a virtual undertaking hosted by Loudoun County Supervisor Juli Briskman.
A development at the corner of Ashburn and Hay roads in old Ashburn is finally coming to fruition after at least five years of discussion, planning and zoning approvals.
The rainclouds that hung over Loudoun for much of Thursday were merciful enough to dissipate by the evening, allowing opening-night visitors at the Loudoun Arts Film Festival to enjoy the mountainous milieu of Middleburg's 50 West Vineyards in all its sun-dappled glory.
A Round Hill-raised pop artist releasing her full-length debut; a film festival that found creative workarounds to continue amid COVID-19; and a vintner looking to bring up the next generation of Loudoun farmers. All this, and more, on this episode of The Go LoCo Podcast!
Apple Picking and Corn Maze at Great Country Farms. 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. daily. Advance tickets are not required for weekday visits, but are highly recommended for weekends. Come enjoy freshly pressed cider, the What’s a Henway Corn Maze, apple cider donuts and the 12-acre play area. On the weeke…
While local agritourism businesses are booming during the cornonavirus pandemic due to a renewed interest in people wanting to know where their food is coming from, Loudoun County winemaker Doug Fabbioli is introducing a weekly event called the “Loudoun Country Market.”