Friday Morning Rundown

Small Change Consignment/Photo: Spotted MP PRSmall Change, Big Savings — Lake Anne Plaza’s Small Change Consignment is holding its annual Half-Price Winter Sale  starting Saturday. Beginning at 10 am, all clothing, accessories and coats will be 50 percent off. All toys will be 20 percent off. The sale ends when the last winter product has been sold. [Northern Virginia Magazine]

Play Ball — It may be freezing outside, but it is time to think Spring. Registration for Reston Little League is now open. [Reston Little League]

Big Chill — It’s going to get cold today. Very very cold. Wind chills likely to be in single digits Friday and there may be a little snow on the ground this morning. More cold on the way early next week, too. It is January after all. [Capital Weather Gang Blog]

New Name and Menu for Vienna’s Alegria — Alegria, the popular Vienna restaurant owned by Patrick and Julie Bazin, is changing its style.

The owners say Alegria will become “Bazin’s Next Door” and lose the Mexican-inspired theme.

“As proud as we are of Alegria we recognize that authentic Mexican cuisine does not have the same broad appeal that our Bazin’s style food has. With this in mind we have made the decision to introduce a new restaurant “Bazin’s Next Door,” the owners said in a statement. [Vienna Patch]

Photo of Small Change Consignment courtesy of Spotted MP Public Relations

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