- Weekend Fun in Fairfax County - April 24-26, 2015 0 comments
- Transurban Begins Grant Program for Express Lanes Corridor Nonprofits 0 comments
- “Can You See Me?” Campaign Shines Spotlight on the Homeless 0 comments
- Local Nonprofit Group Presents 'Perils of the College Drinking Culture' Program 0 comments
- Budget Gets Marked Up 0 comments
- Pirate Fest Returns to Lake Fairfax on May 2 0 comments
- “Can You See Me?” Campaign Shines Spotlight on the Homeless
- Local Nonprofit Group Presents 'Perils of the College Drinking Culture' Program
- Budget Gets Marked Up
- Project BEST Sparks Excitement for Science
- Reston Golf: Mulligan or Bogey?
- Herndon Gymnast Bradley Wins Conference 5 All-Around Title
- South Lakes Wins Conference Championship
- Local Prep Football Coaches React to End of Super Bowl XLIX
- Herndon Girls Win Conference Championship
- Herndon Author Writes New Book on Sports Training for Young Athletes
- Column: Institutional Stress
- Editorial: Connection Papers Win Awards
- Column: Community Educational Resources
- Opinion: Wolf Trap—A Park and Theatre
- Opinion: Reston’s Future - A Primer
- Celebrating Black History Month
- GMU Students Rally to Lower Student Debt
- Referendum for Land Purchase
- Reston National Golf Stays the Course - for Now
- Outlook: Reston Master Plan Takes Shape
When the Fairfax County Park Authority wanted to create a new cultural resources event for the public, Pirates was an alluring theme for citizens and their families.
Student-led nonprofit wows middle schoolers with experiments.
Watching yeast rise may not be the most exciting, unless it involves baking cinnamon rolls, but by the end of the day, middle school students from Fairfax County will have had a chance to extract strawberry DNA, study soap molecules, learn about centripetal force and build a motor from scratch. These are the experiments Project BEST, Building Excitement for Science and Technology, had at Langston Hughes Middle School in Reston on Saturday, April 18 during its third annual Science Innovation and Inspiration Youth Conference.
The ship of state of the Old Dominion that traces its beginnings to a meeting of the colonists in the church at Jamestown in 1619 showed some stress lines last week as the legislative body, the General Assembly, turned a one-day reconvened session to consider the Governor’s amendments into two days of meetings with incomplete results.
“Persistent Voices” to explore the effect of AIDS.
The visionary choreographer Daniel Phoenix Singh is returning to Reston CenterStage with a premiere of his newest dance theater work, “Persistent Voices.” Singh is known for crossing cultural and artistic boundaries in his dance works. He wants his works to communicate to an audience as “a vehicle for social change and community development.”
Reston homes and golf course still up in the air.
Some Reston homeowners are left lamenting at the 19th hole, RN Golf Management is left deciding if it has the stamina to play an extra round, and the Board of Zoning and Appeals gave both sides a mulligan. Whether either side wanted one or not.