Britepaths Non-profit Offering Free Financial Education classes

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Fairfax-based non-profit Britepaths offers free Financial Education classes and sessions at various locations in the Fairfax County area to low- and middle-income adults who reside throughout Northern Virginia. The offerings are free and open to the public, but reservations are required.

Plan a Summer to Remember

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As spring emerges and the weather turns warmer, summer plans begin to take shape. You may picture warm, lazy days with relaxed schedules, but with public schools out for 10 weeks and some private schools even longer, kids get restless and parents need safe, reliable options to keep their kids occupied. Our area’s many summer camp programs provide a range …

Introducing New Fitness Expert One to One Fitness

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One To One Fitness has an impressive 30 year history in Washington DC and Northern Virginia. While it is one of our area’s crown jewels, it may also be one of our best kept secrets. “That’s fine with us,” say owners Doug Vasiliadis (40 year McLean/Great Falls resident) and Pat McCloskey (50 year Vienna resident).

Hickory Hill Remains one of McLean’s Landmark Properties

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McLean’s Hickory Hill was built upon ground that was part of a land grant of 2,862 acres taken out from the Northern Neck Proprietary by Thomas Lee in 1719. However, it wasn’t until 1870 that George Franklin Means Walters, the owner of 88.5 acres of the former grant, built the house near Langley Fork facing Chain Bridge Road. No streak …

Atlantic Realty and Angelo, Gordon Acquire Tysons (VA) Office Complex for $78.8 Million

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$6 Million Renovation Planned for 348,000 SF Property Near Metro Atlantic Realty Companies of Tysons, VA (“Atlantic”) and New York-based alternative investment firm Angelo, Gordon & Co. have acquired Tysons Concourse from California State Teachers’ Retirement System (CalSTRS) for $78.8 million. Tysons Concourse consists of two Class A office buildings located near Atlantic’s headquarters in the heart of rapidly transforming …

Piano: The Original DMV Bars

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On a warm night in June, 50+ people crowded into Maplewood Grill to listen to Sharon Springer sing a showcase of songs, and then have their turn on the open mic with Reinhardt Liebig at the keyboard. Sharon has a “day job,” and no one paid to hear her sing, but everyone in the restaurant and at the bar were …

Best Deals on Bites for the Big Game

Lisa Shapiro Staff Picks, Taste of Tysons

Eat in or carry-out from Tysons Area Eateries Sunday, February 5 The Super Bowl is much more than just a football game; it’s an excuse to eat fried food, cheesy dips, and wings. There are a number of Tysons area restaurants willing to provide football enthusiasts with the perfect venue to chow down and drink. Even if you’re not a …

Going All In for a Cure: 21st Annual Joker’s Wild Casino Night

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Benefiting the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation On February 25th, the Metro DC Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is hosting its 21st Annual Joker’s Wild Casino Night at the beautiful Hilton McLean. In 2015, when the event celebrated its 20th anniversary, more than 300 supporters raised more than $150,000 for cystic fibrosis research, care and programs.