You know him as a best-selling author of page-turning thrillers, with over 130 million books in print. But it might surprise you to learn that David Baldacci lives, works and plays in in our community. A native Virginian, he [...]
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This week, George Mason University’s School of Theater and School of Music will collaborate to present a musical adaptation of a Mark Twain classic—the 1985 Tony Award winning hit, Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn.
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Making space in life to create VivaTysons and VivaReston Art Director Mary Jeanne Cincotta balances a life as wife, mother, graphic artist, and part-time gardener, along with recently returning to her love of creating original art. While that sounds [...]
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In conjunction with Tysons Corner Center, local artist and winner of the $100,000 International Robot Art Competition, Pindar Van Arman, will put on an art installation commemorating the 50th Anniversary of Tysons Corner Center entitled “Tysons: Then and Now” [...]
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With an unmistakable voice, John Ondrasik is the man behind Five for Fighting’s rich history of hits, including “Superman (It’s Not Easy),” “100 Years,” “The Riddle” and “Chances.” These days, Ondrasik is taking a new approach to his tunes [...]
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Whether from his days as a member of The Doobie Brothers, Steely Dan or the Dukes of September, or from his incredible solo career, Michael McDonald has achieved immeasurable success and has been one of the world’s most distinctive [...]
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National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Jane Chu has approved more than $80 million in grants as part of the NEA’s second major funding announcement for fiscal year 2018. Included in this announcement is an Art Works grant of [...]
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The State Theatre
220 N. Washington Street
Falls Church VA 22046
The State Theatre is an intimate music venue (with a full restaurant and bar) located in the heart of Falls Church. The Theatre’s unique design dates back to its [...]
The Alden Presents Eight, Free Outdoor Concerts That Everyone Can Enjoy The Alden at the McLean Community Center’s 2018 Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park expand this year to include a “welcome, summer” concert on Sunday, June 24, and [...]
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