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“Captain Phillips” opened today, and I don’t think I will ever set foot on a cargo ship in Somali waters again.
I am a big fan of “Gravity,” as I use it every day, but seldom do I see it presented so well in a feature film. I have to admit, this movie is out of this world.
This month, the planetarium at C.D. Hylton high school in Woodbridge will host exclusive presentations as a part of the facility’s annual Halloween and Christmas events.
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This week we've found five of our vendor's fall favorites.
Unforgettable soundtrack - the type you find yourself singing in the office while your co-worker looks in horror.
I recently spent most of the afternoon at our lovely Prince William Forest Park.
Old Town Manassas will hold its 3rd Annual Bands, Brews, and Barbecue Festival on September 28 from noon to 7 p.m.
A look at Haymarket Day 2013 in photos.
A blimp marked U.S. Navy took an aerial tour of the region Saturday morning.
“Thanks for Sharing” is in limited release today, so I went to the theater in Fair Oaks and climbed the 12 steps to see it.
ore than 30,000 people are expected to descend on the tiny town of Haymarket Saturday for the annual Haymarket Day.
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The Prince William Chamber of Commerce is preparing for one of its most popular events, the Cuisine de Commerce.
Two events will be held in our area to mark National Public Lands Day.
Dumfries celebrated their 12th annual Fall Festival this past weekend in Garrison Park behind Town Hall.
It’s time to step into fall this year, and we’re now accepting fall consignments at our store at 14891 Washington Street in Haymarket.
“The Family” is not really a family movie, unless you are from certain parts of Italy.
Nicholas Guernsey took CPR training for a Boy Scout merit badge about four years ago and it paid off in June when he used his skill to save a man in the throes of a heart attack.