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Steve Hibbard

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Halloween Fun at Burke Centre Library

35 youngsters, ages preschool to 10, play games, dress up in costumes, and have a ball.

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Trunk or Treat at Lewinsville Presbyterian

Several hundred trick-or-treat at decorated cars in the parking lot and play games.

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Autumn Fun at Krop’s Crops

22-acre farm in Great Falls offers hayrides, pumpkins, night-time campfires and Christmas trees.

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Expressing Emotions with Different Styles of Dance in Arlington

Signature presents “Billy Elliot The Musical.”

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Caleb Himes of McLean Receives Eagle Court of Honor

For Eagle Scout Project, he built a Monarch Waystation for butterflies at Kent Gardens Elementary.

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Mount Vernon Communities Raise $100,000 for LLS

Michael Erlandson, 10, in Light the Night Walk; is now cancer-free.

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K-9 Krawl Held at Fairfax County Government Center

400 people and 200 dogs walk to bring attention to link between domestic violence and animal cruelty.

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‘Radium Girls’ Speak Out

Drama depicts poisoned female factory workers.

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LTA Embraces ‘Dracula'

A classic tale of gothic horror in time for Halloween.

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United in Support

After 19 swastikas spray-painted on building, community rallies behind Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia.

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Alexandria's MetroStage Presents ‘Rooms: a Rock Romance’

A rock and roll love story and the quest for stardom in the 1970s.

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MPA ArtFest in McLean Draws Crowds

McLean Central Park transformed into mini art galleries showcasing artwork from 40 artists.

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500 Runners Take Part in McLean 5K Run

About $15,000 in proceeds will benefit the McLean Community Foundation.

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Burke Couple Runs FeedAFamily

Nationwide online charity based in Burke helps provide food to families in need.

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Embrace Two Flawed Human Beings in Arlington

Signature Theatre presents “Heisenberg.”

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A Walk for Suicide Awareness in Fairfax

11th Annual Fairfax Out of the Darkness Walk draws 1,200 participants.

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‘Sleepy Hollow’ Offers Gothic Horror in Arlington

Synetic Theater presents play based on Washington Irving’s story.

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The Arlington Players (TAP) Presents ‘Hunchback of Notre Dame’

Musical combines Victor Hugo’s novel with Stephen Schwartz’s lyrics and Alan Menken’s music.

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ACCT Presents ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’

Charles Morey’s adaptation of Alexandre Dumas' novel features betrayal, obsession, and redemption.

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Memories of the Orange and Alexandria Railroad

Fairfax Station Railroad Museum has special exhibit on origins of the railroad.

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New Dominion Women’s Club Awards $14,400 to Community Groups

Beneficiaries include McLean Project for the Arts, Safe Community Coalition, Share of McLean, and Friends of Pleasant Grove.

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Cox Farms Kicks off Fall Festival in Centreville

Cornundrum Cornfield adventure to Fields of Fear.

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Club Pilates Burke Has Grand Opening

Julie Karickhoff of Fairfax starts her own franchise.

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Turning Point Suffragist Memorial To Be Built at Occoquan Regional Park

$2 million project to be dedicated on Aug. 26, 2020.

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A Visit to ‘August: Osage County’ in Alexandria

LTA presents drama about dysfunctional family in rural Oklahoma.

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Gary Morris is New South County Principal

Will oversee school with 2,260 students and a staff of 167.

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Alexandria’s MetroStage Presents ‘The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek’

Athol Fugard’s take on apartheid in the 1980s and its impact on South Africa.

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Burke Centre Festival is Sept. 8-9

Attractions include 150 booth exhibitors, 80 arts and crafters, and five live bands.

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Sisters in Crime Come to Lorton

A group publishes 10th anthology of stories, ”Fur, Feathers and Felonies.”

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Eagle Scout Repairs Centreville Greenhouse

At Centreville High, Connor Whalen also fixes panels and door, builds flower bed and benches.

Deliee Leads Centre Ridge Elementary

Will oversee diverse population of 800 students, 90 staff.

Viewpoints: What is the best part about living in Burke and Springfield?

Interviews conducted at Pohick Regional Library in Burke.

Viewpoints in McLean

What is the best part about living in McLean?

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A Dream Job

Mark Smith of Springfield umpires the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa.

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Back-to-School Brigade in Springfield

Operation Homefront gives backpacks and school supplies to military families.

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Old Firehouse Center Holds 28th Block Party in McLean

Event includes Wheels to Africa bike collection and Bands for Bikes.

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Brewfest Held at Workhouse Arts Center

Event features 35 craft distilleries and artisan breweries; draws 2,000 visitors.

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Burke Neighborhoods Join National Night Out

Burke Cove and Woodwalk Condos hold joint community celebration.

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Protecting Monarch Butterflies in McLean

Caleb Himes completes Eagle Scout Project: Builds monarch waystation for butterflies at Kent Gardens Elementary.

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Embracing ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ in Alexandria

Rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice runs through Aug. 11 at LTA.

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Disney’s ‘Newsies’ on July 26-28 in Alexandria

Musical will be performed at Bishop Ireton High School.

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‘Pippin’ Arrives at Episcopal High School

Updated version of 1970s musical is told through a millennial lens.

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New Baskin Robbins Opens in Fairfax

Owner Syed Ahmed re-opens after former shop closed due to eminent domain.

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Fourth of July Celebrated in McLean

About 4,000 people enjoy fireworks, picnics, food trucks and a DJ at Churchill Road Elementary School.

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