Cirque du Soleil comes to Tysons II with a stunning performance of ‘LUZIA’ Cirque du Soleil started touring the U.S. in 1987 and has since become an international sensation. The modern circus tells narratives featuring stunning light and sound aspects, as well as breathtaking displays that defy human nature in a show that reinvented circus […]

A bevy of community events are blooming in Vienna this month. Native Plant Sale – April 21 The Community Enhancement Commission calls all plant enthusiasts to check out a large selection of native plants for sale from 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, April 21, in the parking lot of the Vienna Community Center. All plants are [...]

Experience a good old-fashioned family vacation at West Virginia’s Capon Springs & Farms’ all-inclusive resort. Remember the scene in the movie Brigadoon where the “blessed village rises out of the mists every hundred years for only a day?” That’s how I felt after ascending the winding road into the West Virginia mountains and entering Capon […]

There’s a building on Church Street in Vienna that people visit each day, and as soon as they walk in its doors, a feeling of calmness comes over most, and the stress of their lives seem to fade away. Bridging religion and spirituality, allopathic and holistic therapies, as well as providing a haven for those […]

At age three, Carol Cramer knew she was going to be a singer. She recalls the baby grand Steinway in the house and saying to her mother, “I’m going to be a singer when I grow up. PLEASE teach me the piano.” Her mother replied, “Stay away from that piano. It is for company to […]

Everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day! Green beer, Irish folk music, and parades are the hallmarks of this popular cultural celebration. Here is a collection of some of the best ways to celebrate in our area. Blarney BUNCO Thursday, March 15 | 7pm-9:30pm The Vienna Arts Society is holding our much anticipated annual Blarney BUNCO. […]

Travel to Pennsylvania’s Maple Festivals There’s nothing like the sweet, sticky, amber-colored goodness of pure maple syrup over a steaming stack of pancakes. Especially in late February and March, when maple syrup harvests take place in our region. When you think of maple, you most likely envision Vermont or Canada. But did you know that […]

The Meridian Group and Kettler are developing The Boro, a premier, multi-phase development in Tysons that will offer a curated mix of residential, office, and retail space, which at full build-out will consist of more than 1,500 residential units, 1.8 million square feet of office, 316,000 square feet of retail, and 250,000 square feet of […]

Fitness Together Grand Re-Opening The Boro and Tysons Central are on a competing track, with both projects about 60 percent done. Photo credit: Aerial Photography by Duane Lempke, Sisson Studios Winter Coat Drive: Warming Hearts and Homeless In the spirit of giving, the Dulles Corridor Metrorail Project (DCMP) partnered with Capital Rail Constructors (CRC) to […]

Imagine a wonderland bursting with flowers, fountains and waterfalls. Blossoms hang from the ceiling; rain showers fall to dancing puddles at your feet. Scents from orchids and flowering vines tickle your nose, while bamboo rustles above your head. Mist and fog cools your skin. No, this is not a rainforest, though it’s as close you […]