Thursday Morning Rundown

by Karen Goff January 21, 2016 at 9:00 am 1 Comment

Ice on Lake Audubon/Credit: Joy Every

Dance Troupe in Herndon — The Koresh Dance Company of Philadelphia is setting up for a weeklong residency at the Classical Ballet Theatre Feb. 1 -6. [Herndon Connection]

Helping Metro — The transit agency is hoping development around stations such as Wiehle-Reston East will slow the decline in ridership. [WAMU]

‘No Drones’ A Worry For Reston Group — Drone users meet in Reston at Nova Labs to discus FAA ban on drones in a 30-mile radius of Washington, DC. [Reston Connection]

Kudos, SLHS Band Members — Several South Lakes High School students were successful in their audition for All-District Band: Abel Ruiz Diaz (percussion – alternate); Assad Aijazi (tuba); Catie George (clarinet); Darwin Walter (alto sax – alternate); David Clark (alto sax); Everest Gromoll (trumpet); Gary Quaresima (French horn); Kamron Rose (French horn); Maddi Nicol (contra bass clarinet); Mason Moy (tuba); Max Onozuka (clarinet); and  Miriam Wolter (trumpet).

Photo: Ice on Lake Audubon/Credit: Joy Every

  • Sally Forth

    How comical of Metro to want to drive ridership back up and our elected officials continuously push for us all to use Metro vs. cars when Metro itself decides ahead of time to suspend service ALL WEEKEND before the first snowflake has arrived!!! We should allow unsustainable density around the DTR corridor because of Metro’s presence??? I don’t think so. Metro is badly designed and badly run. IT is not reliable transportation for work or play. A set of tracks does not a transportation network make.


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