Each weekend through Jan. 2, the Loudoun valley will shine a little brighter. Bluemont Vineyard last night kicked off the second year of its Lighting …
The top winner in this year’s Loudoun Wine Awards competition is an aerospace engineer who started making wine as a hobby in her garage. Maggie Malick won the Chairman’s Award for her 2019 Petit Manseng, one of three of her wines that took best-in-class accolades.
Pandemic or no pandemic, we can all use more tacos. Loudoun celebrity chef Santosh Tiptur is slated to open his new restaurant La Prensa in Sterling in November. The new spot will focus on internationally inspired tacos, tapas and a killer wine and cocktail program.
The frigid weather and concerns about COVID-19 didn’t stop about 150 people from enjoying a few hours of bluegrass at B Chord Brewing Co. on Saturday night.
Loudoun’s music scene takes another step toward normalcy on Friday night, when the Tally Ho Theater opens for its first public show since entertainment venues …
The popular jam band Railroad Earth should have been playing their annual show at the storied 9,500-seat Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado this weekend. But COVID threw a wrench in those plans. Instead, they’ll be returning to live gigs for the first time since March with three days of outdoor shows at a low-key venue in rural western Loudoun.
The look of 14 Loudoun will soon be changing a bit. But this time not with a holiday, but a tangy, twist. Nils and Olivia Schnibbe, the owners of 14 Loudoun and SideBar in Leesburg, along with More Better in Round Hill, have announced the opening of Schmidt’s Barbecue at their 14 Loudoun St. property.
By Kara C. Rodriguez Cody Youngblood never intended to be the director of his hero’s Leesburg estate. But a fortuitous job-seeking experience changed all that. …
Wild Geese Pub & Restaurant has opened its doors, bringing festive Irish flair to downtown Leesburg.
Years of combined culinary experiences, not to mention coupledom, have teamed up to bring a new dining concept to downtown Leesburg. Charles Schech, who for almost two years has served as The Wine Kitchen’s general manager, is joining forces with partner Lauren Barrett to bring Buford’s Biscuits to life.