The August 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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A single act of determined, non-violent heroics by one of Alexandria’s native sons marks the beginning of the Civil Rights Movement in Virginia.
One Woman’s fight from Northern Virginia against Iran’s oppressive policies.
Commissioned piece is just the beginning of the changes at the art center.
Here’s how to explore Washington, D.C., from outdoor concerts to site-seeing to shopping there is always something cool to do for all ages.
Prince William County’s first-ever poet laureates on their role of bringing culture into everyday life.
Erin Perkins, current editor of The Scout Guide Northern Virginia, shares her go-to items for transitioning from lunch meetings at the Waterfront Market & Café to hitting the streets to discover and connect local businesses.
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.
Flames will light the night sky this Saturday in Manassas during the railroad car burning for Civil War Weekend.
Sully Historic Site hosts Dairy Days, where children and their families can get a taste of electronics-free 18th century life.
The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center will be adding the new interactive game, TechQuest: Eye in the Sky, to their kids’ programs starting Aug. 8 and 9.
A mix of young and old make up the performers of Virginia Ballet’s “Precedence.” The August 10 performance is more of a “concert” rather than a ballet according to artistic director Tish Cordova.
New event for socializing and awareness.