Whether your interests lie in visiting local Civil War relics, people-watching along the Potomac or checking out the area’s many outdoor educational opportunities with the kids, there’s plenty to keep you busy inside the Beltway.
Summer is a time for fun-filled indulgences, vacation days used for playing in the sunshine, blankets rolled out for concerts and arm muscles sore from a day of whitewater rafting or fishing. Take a look at your options for festivities and excitement in Northern Virginia, and have a summer day well spent.
Longtime broadcaster Chris Core ‘Values’ just about everything, and for good reason.
Sitting in the stands and taking in a game and a hot dog aren’t the only forms of entertainment to be had at Nationals Park. Mark these dates on your calendar to get the full experience of the stadium.
Outdoor film showings in NoVA that help you enjoy the southern summer nights from July to September.
For when you just need to get out in the sun, listen to some live music or enjoy a county fair.
Here we honor Northern Virginians who are working with female convicts to make a new start at life; rebuilding computers for low-income students; bringing our area’s history to life; growing the art scene in the suburbs; sending care packages to soldiers overseas; and raising funds for those battling cancer. All of our Northern Virginians of the Year make this area a better place to live.
Toasting beer’s long-lasting legacy in the Metro-D.C. area with author and historian Garrett Peck.
Fantasy Baseball is a game of passion and, for a group of former TJ students, a way of life with real players, fake millions and pride on the line.
At 10, the kids’ music trio is still making fans young and old.