ART & CULTURE

While Bruce Hornsby may be best known for his series of radio hits from his days leading Bruce Hornsby and the Range, when songs like “The Way it Is” and “Mandolin Rain” were staples on pop radio, the eclectic vocalist-pianist has spent the past few decades moving in and out of different genres. Over the years, Hornsby […]

Cirque du Soleil, the traveling Montreal based entertainment company and largest theatrical producer in the world, is coming back to Tysons Corner with its production: Volta.  Featuring elaborate LED displays, ultra high resolution videos, and acts that include, “juggling, jump-rope skipping, acrobats on ladders, extravagant trampolining, and even a performer suspended from above by her hair,” Volta looks like it will […]

Long known as one of the great innovators of rock guitar, Robin Trower has been electrifying audiences with his axe playing for more than 50 years.  Now 74, the guitarist first burst on the national music scene with Procol Harum, appearing on the band’s first five albums from 1967-1971. He next formed his own power trio in 1973 […]

The McLean Community Center (MCC) offers the following activities in March. Residents of the Center’s tax district, Small District 1A-Dranesville, are eligible for discounts on fees. The center is located at 1234 Ingleside Avenue. The McLean Traveler Day Trip 2019 Philadelphia Flower Show Thursday, March 7, 6:45 a.m.-8 p.m. $138/$133 MCC district residents The theme […]

The Workhouse Arts Center 2018 Gala began inside Building W-2, future home of the Lucy Burns Museum, and the adventure continued into the quad, completely redesigned earlier this year in partnership with Fairfax County. and the Rizer Pavilion, home of incredible concerts and events. The Workhouse Board and Staff were inspired by poignant remarks of […]

If the name Garrett Dutton is unfamiliar to you, perhaps you know him better by his musical moniker as lead singer of G. Love & Special Sauce, which brought songs like “Cold Beverage” and “Baby’s Got Sauce” to mainstream music in the early ’90s.  “My goal was to be an acoustic solo performer but when I met […]

Featured a Gala Performance by jazz-pop sensation The Manhattan Transfer with the American Festival Pops Orchestra Plus student showcases, food and beverage stations, auctions, and more! George Mason University’s College of Visual and Performing Arts presented its 13th annual ARTS by George! benefit on Saturday, September 29, 2018. The philanthropic event raised support for student […]

As a member of the Monkees, Michael Nesmith was beloved by the teens of the late ’60s and early ’70s, the popularity of the TV show and band began to rival the Fab 4 (the band the show was paying homage to), selling more than 75 million records worldwide. Nesmith shocked many in the entertainment […]