The February Calendar
Our online events calendar features a week-by-week rundown of the region's music, theater, dance, art, comedy and festival events, as well as special events specifically for kids.
We’ve compiled a list of happy hour hot spots that offer more than just your average drink specials.
These outdoor markets provide a unique opportunity to shop, sample and help area farmers, all while saving money…
As the beautiful weather continues, take advantage of the warmth to skip the gym and get outside for your exercise routine. The following biking and jogging trails offer a beautiful respite from stuffy gyms…
Whether small, passive green spaces in urban areas, or more expansive acres offering activities, there are plenty of NoVA parks available.
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At 10, the kids’ music trio is still making fans young and old.
Urban Arias makes opera work for a new generation.
Colonel Harvey Curtiss “Barney” Barnum on his saga of how he earned his Congressional Medal of Honor, and the ongoing kinship of all medal honorees.
How a former charter school teacher and ex-Google employee dove into “Shark Tank” and snagged a billionaire backer.
The new Executive Director of Alexandria’s Child & Family Network Centers talks about helping children in need.
Angelica Talan, creator of Clarendon Moms, shares her essentials for a spring break trip with the family and why she created her popular blog.
Planning a golf date when your partner isn’t into golf can be a challenge. Here’s what to look for, and where to go.
NoVA author Jonathan Harper talks about new short story collection, “Daydreamers.”
Virginia singer-songwriter Lauren Calve’s monthly concert series, Her Roots, showcases the female musical talent in the DMV area.
Local shelters establish dog walking programs to get the pets and residents some exercise.
The second annual Shakespeare in the ‘Burg festival lights up the small town of Middleburg, VA with American Shakespeare Company productions, film showings and even a one-act play competition.
Enjoy a display of culture at the 6th Annual Move Me Festival that focuses on getting children “active, creative and involved.”