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Douglas Rogers

Event Guide: Holiday Happenings in Loudoun

Tree lightings, street parades, wine country vines covered in twinkling lights… yes, the holidays have arrived in Loudoun. Add in holiday markets and festive events, there’s no shortage of fun in Loudoun. Here we select some not-to-miss seasonal highlights. VILLAGE AT LEESBURG HOLIDAY…

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Take Loudoun Home for the Holidays

From boutique shopping in Leesburg, to the trendy stores and galleries of Middleburg and the craft beverages, produce and artisanal goods in more rural parts of the county, we’re spoiled for holiday gift choices in Loudoun. But sometimes we all need a little help to get the right gift. Here’s our…

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Three Scenic Fall Drives Through Loudoun

Fall is here and the fresh mountain air calls. How better to experience Loudoun’s stunning countryside than on a drive down our winding country lanes, scenic byways and rugged dirt roads? Here we select three of the greatest drives in the county – and where to stop along the way. Drive One:…

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How to Explore Loudoun on $50 a Day

Loudoun is renowned for great restaurants, superb craft beverages, stylish boutiques and luxury resorts. But you don’t have to break the bank to enjoy a day out in DC’s Wine Country®. Here we recommend how to spend a day in Loudoun on a budget of $50. CUPPA JOE Start your day with a craft coffee…

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Top Instagrammable Spots in Loudoun in the Fall

Loudoun is glorious in the fall. The air is crisp and cool, early morning mist hangs in the valley and the lush green of farm fields is offset by forests of burnt yellow, gold, and salmon red. It looks like an Impressionist oil painting. Few of us can paint like Monet though, so the next best thing…

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Celebrate Virginia Wine Month in Loudoun

October is Virginia Wine Month! Many wine regions of the world are known for a signature grape: California for Cabernet Sauvignon, Oregon for Pinot Noir, Argentina for Malbec, South Africa for Pinotage and so on. So, what is Loudoun – rapidly establishing itself as a powerhouse of Mid-Atlantic…

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A Celebration of Loudoun Music & Art

When I was in my late teens I pretty much listened to one band and artist the entire time: The Smiths and their lead singer Morrissey. I grew out of this maudlin stage of life in my 20s and hadn’t given much thought to their music since. So, imagine my surprise last month when my 16-year-old…

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