Fairfax County Announces New Policy For Administration Of Cannabidiol Oil To Kids

Fairfax County has adopted a new policy relating to how nurses and school employees can administer cannabidiol oil to kids. The new policy essentially treats CBD oil and THC-A like any other prescription administered to a child at school lining up with Virginia law requiring school boards to adopt a policy toward the somewhat controversial treatment. Continue reading

Learn More About Historic Blenheim

Historic Blenheim is a c.1859 central hall Greek Revival style brick farmhouse built by Albert Willcoxon just prior to the Civil War (1861 – 1865).  It is nationally significant for the voluminous quantity and quality of examples of Civil War graffiti. Historic Blenheim provides a historic backdrop for events of every kind, including corporate meetings and retreats, weddings, banquets, and formal affairs or casual gatherings such as parties. Continue reading

George Washington Parkway Roadwork Is Finally Done

The commuters in Northern Virginia’s George Washington Parkway can relax now as the roadwork is finally done. The lanes are back open after more than five months of lane closures to repair a gaping sinkhole. One of two northbound lanes of the parkway has been closed since May. The National Park Service in a Friday morning news release said that work near Dead Run has been completed and drivers can once again use both lanes as they approach the Capital Beltway. Continue reading

Dream Home Created By Designer For Charity

Some of the area’s best interior designers got together to transform a grand home into a showcase house to raise money for charity. Designers Quintece Hill-Mattauszek of Studio Q Designs, Rhonald Angelo of Rhonald Angelo Interiors and Sheryl McLean of McLean and Tircuit Designs were tapped to unleash their collective creative talent to create a library, a teenage girl’s bedroom and a lounge space for a family of six. Continue reading

Enjoy 9th Washington West Film Festival

The Washington West Film Festival is an annual film festival held in Reston, Virginia every autumn since 2011. This year its 9th edition will be presented at Bow Tie Cinemas 11940 Market Street, Reston, VA. The festival will continue from 24 October to 28 October. It is noted for being organized as a fundraising project for charity. The Washington West Film Festival screens world-class, premiere, and award-winning films throughout the D.C. region. Continue reading