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Northern Virginia Art Beat

Charity Aesthetics Habatat for Healing: silent charity auction benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, at the Habatat Gallery in the Towers Crescent Complex (8020 Towers Crescent Drive Suite 125, Tysons Corner).

Northern Virginia Art Beat

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Feeling swept up in the winds of change? Welcome the woman with a whirlwind… Amy Marx shows her latest images of tornadic activity in a three-person show at Plan B, along with abstracts by Andrew Wapinski and urban landscapes by Eric Westbrook.

Northern Virginia Art Beat

The 16th Annual Capital Jazz Festival Friday through Sunday, June 6 – 8, at Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia MD. Peformers include Average White Band, Chris Botti, Jonathan Butler, Randy Crawford and Joe Sample, Brian Culbertson and the Funk Experience, Down to the Bone, Roberta Flack, Ken Ford, Four80East, Howard Hewett, Boney James, Jazz Soul […]

Community News and Notes

ANDREW KOTYK, a senior at McLean High School, received his Eagle Scout award at a court of honor on Saturday, April 12 at the Scout House. He is shown with his parents, Myron and Debbie Kotyk. Andrew earned 39 merit badges during his Boy Scout career and took part in a canoeing expedition in the Adirondacks. He will attend Virginia Commonwealth University in the fall. (Photo: Courtesy Richard Lobb)

THIS PHOTO OF A STREET SIGN with conflicting messages was taken by Falls Church resident Diann Watkins. The photo, which was snapped by Watkins while she, her son and her dog were traveling from Knoxville, Tenn., ran in the June 10 Snapshot Column of PARADE Magazine. (Photo: courtesy PARADE Magazine)

Our Man in Arlington

Our Memorial Day outing was not your typical Memorial Day with the laying of the wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the parade down Constitution Avenue, and an old fashioned barbecue picnic in the backyard.

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Art for Life, Benefit for Whitman-Walker Clinic Latino Services, Friday, Nov. 17, the OAS Building, 17th and Constitution, Washington, D.C.