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Regal has planned a 10-theater complex at the mall just east of Route 28.
Schools, Arts, Love It
Dance studio with locations in Brambleton and Leesburg offers scholarships for students in the arts at Broad Run and Dominion.
The locally owned business focuses on the fun of art; professional training not required.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
The winning bands perform on the main stage during YouthFest, headlined by Mayday Parade, in June.
Volunteers in the News, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Love It
The annual event focused on county teens is set for June 15 at the Brambleton Town Center.
The first of two spring concerts is set for April 28 at Bethany UMC, followed by a May 5 show at Holy Trinity.
The franchise owners of the first Alamo in the DC area provide a tour in advance of the cinema-eatery's opening in May.
Arts, Love It
High school students are invited to compete for scholarships and the chance to perform with the Loudoun Symphony.
For the fourth year, the festival will bring great acts to the county for an all-day event; bring your instrument for a pickin' session.
Beer, food, movies … sing-a-longs? Get ready for a different kind of theater and restaurant.
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