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Spring Into Loudoun

Flower Garden

Finally. Spring has officially arrived. The days are growing longer and warmer, the ground is thawing and filling the air with a warm, sweet scent, and the first signs of new growth are making an appearance.  It’s time to brush away winter – from your house to your wardrobe to your spirit. While spring is […]

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6 Things You Never Knew About Loudoun County

Credit: Gage Skidmore

In honor of Throwback Thursday, we pulled some trivia tidbits out of the vault. We’re betting there’s lots of stuff you didn’t know about Loudoun County — from famous local residents to filming locales, so check out some of the cultural clues below. Legendary authors F. Scott Fitzgerald and Thomas Wolfe both stayed at Welbourne […]

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Love by the Glass

Love By Glass 2014

Here in Virginia we’re wrapping up winter by celebrating two things we could all use after this frigid season – food and wine. Throughout the month of March, Virginia wineries, restaurants, and retailers are participating in Love by the Glass: Virginia Wine and Dine Month by hosting special food and wine events, pairings, classes, and […]

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Where to Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Loudoun County

Via IrishFireside on Flickr/cc

Break out the shamrocks and corned beef — St. Patrick’s Day is almost upon us. And whether you’re Irish by birth or just an honorary Irishman (or woman) for the day, everyone’s favorite green-hued holiday is an excellent excuse to celebrate. If you’re wondering what to do to honor the special occasion, Loudoun County has […]

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Countdown to Spring

Photo credit Ed Mays

It’s Monday morning and here comes that question you hear every week from friends and colleagues –  “How was your weekend?” After weeks of frigid temperatures and snowpocalypses keeping much of the nation indoors, for me, it’s become a dreaded question. My answer has been the same for weeks on end – “Not much” or […]

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