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This week, the Northern Virginia Magazine editorial team is looking forward to cake pops, hikes, virtual tours, entertaining the kids and reading heartfelt stories.
Grab the pencils and get creative with stay-in-the-line graphics of dinosaurs and Disney characters for kids or detailed mandalas for the adults.
Tired of binging Netflix shows? Broadway HD is offering seven-day free trials, ad-free.
While the coronavirus may have altered a few planned events for April, there's still plenty of things to do (eventually) in Northern Virginia.
Kids don’t have to be the only ones learning new things from home. Gather new skills from interior design, publishing, cooking and more from worldwide experts.
NOVA Parks is now moving to the Passive Stage of its Pandemic Plan. Here’s what that means.
Plus, information on how to virtually visit some of the country’s most beautiful parks.
This week, the Northern Virginia Magazine editorial team is looking forward to entertaining ourselves at home and learning how to be productive remotely.
Video game simulations of Capitals and Wizards games will begin to air this weekend.
These classic board games of your youth will entertain the entire family. Plus, they'll arrive at your door in just a few days.
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