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LEARNINGRx’s SUMMER BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE; AUG. 6 to AUG. 27

LEARNINGRx’s SUMMER BACK-TO-SCHOOL SUPPLY DRIVE; AUG. 6 to AUG. 27

Drop off your back-to-school supplies at your nearest LearningRx brain training center, located in Reston, Va. Vienna, Va., Leesburg, Va., Fairfax, Va. and N. Potomac, Md. , to support needy students at local schools. A five percent discount for brain training is offered to those who donate a backpack and five school supplies. For more information, go to www.learningrx.com.

“Being prepared for school is the first step in helping students have a successful school year,” said Maureen Loftus, executive director of LearningRx of Reston, Va. and Vienna, Va.   “We encourage everyone to help our local children get ready for the next school  year, whether it’s some pencils or paper or a backpack, every little bit helps,” said Loftus.

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Man throws beer can at deputies during Va. noise complaint


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- Two people were arrested during a Sterling noise complaint after a man threw a beer can, which sparked others to become aggressive.

Deputies responded to the noise complaint at home located in the 46700 block of Middlefield Drive around 10:456 p.m. Saturday, Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said.

Deputies spoke to one of the adults hosting the party when they got to the scene. A man was spotted peeing in the middle of the parking lot while deputies were trying to shutdown the party. The man then threw a beer can at deputies when they tried to approach him.

The suspect, Diego Delao, 19, of Leesburg became combative when deputies tried to take him into custody. A large group of people then also became aggressive.

Man knocks on Sterling apartment door, exposes himself


STERLING, Va. (WUSA9) -- A man who knocked on a Sterling apartment door on Friday night exposed himself to a woman, Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said.

The indecent exposure happened at an apartment located in the 1600 block of Bethour Ct. around 8:39 p.m., officials said.

The woman heard a knock, opened the door and saw a man who was exposing himself. The victim shut her door and then contacted authorities. The area was searched but the man could not be found.

The suspect is being described as a dark skinned man, possibly in his mid-twenties, with a thin build, according to officials.

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CARMELLO’s WINS WINE SPECTATOR MAGAZINE’s 2015 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

CARMELLO’s WINS WINE SPECTATOR MAGAZINE’s 2015 AWARD OF EXCELLENCE

Carmello’s of Old Town Manassas, Va. recently earned Wine Spectator magazine’s 2015 Award of Excellence for the sixth consecutive year, noted for its vast Portuguese wine selections. For more information, call 703-368-5522 or go to www.carmellos.com.

Carmello’s offers more than 100 Portuguese wines from Portuguese regions, such as Alentejo, Douro, Doa, Estremadura and Vinho Verde, and presents one of the largest Portuguese wine lists in the United States.

“We are always looking to ways to improve and enhance our wine selection,” said Alice Pires, owner of Carmello’s and Monza of Old Town Manassas, Va. “We’re honored to be selected by Wine Spectator Magazine,” said Pires.

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METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS PERFORMS and DIRECTS Jonathon Larson’s “RENT”

METROPOLITAN SCHOOL of the ARTS PERFORMS and DIRECTS Jonathon Larson’s “RENT”

Metropolitan Youth Theatre students of the Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) of Alexandria and Lorton, Va. will present its student-directed and produced performance of Jonathon Larson’ RENT on Fri., July 31 at 7:30 p.m., Sat., Aug. 1 at 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sun., Aug. 2 at 2 p.m. at the1st Stage Theatre in Tysons Corner at 1524 Spring Hill Road, McLean, Va. Tickets are $20 per person and can be purchased online at www.metropolitanarts.org.   


Jonathan Larson’s rock opera, which ran for 12 years on Broadway and won both the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize, is loosely based on Giacomo Puccini's opera La Bohème. It tells the story of a group of impoverished young artists struggling to survive and create a life in New York City's East Village in the thriving days of Bohemian Alphabet City, under the shadow of HIV/AIDS.

Metro School of the Arts' Elite Dance Workshop includes Creative Director for Janet Jackson’s Tour

Metro School of the Arts' Elite Dance Workshop includes Creative Director for Janet Jackson’s Tour

An elite team of international dance instructors are set to teach dance students at Metropolitan School of the Arts (MSA) an intense workshop of hip, hop, contemporary, jazz and tap dance, including Stephani Kammer who’s noted for her work in Janet Jackson’s Rock Witch U world tour and the Michael Jackson tribute on the MTV Video Music Awards. Classes are from July 27 to Aug. 7 for ages 8 years-old to 18 years-old for $950 and a junior class from Aug. 3 to 7 for ages 6 years to 7 years old for $500. Both classes are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the MSA Alexandria studio at 5775 Barclay Drive. Go to www.metropolitanarts.org or call 703.339.0444.

CARMELLO’s is OPEN TABLE DINER’s CHOICE WINNER

CARMELLO’s is OPEN TABLE DINER’s CHOICE WINNER

Carmello’s of Old Town Manassas, Va. was recently featured as an Open Table diner’s choice award selected by Carmello’s diners making reservations through Open Table. For information, go to www.carmellos.com.

Open Table Diner’s choice winners are selected according to real feedback from diners who booked tables through Open Table. Diners then fill out surveys to rate their restaurant experience.

“We appreciate the Open Table award, and are always pleased to get the positive feedback from our customers,” said Alice Pires, owner of Carmello’s and Monza of Old Town Manassas, Va.