Tuesday Morning Rundown

Students at Lake Anne ES perform in Disney;s "The Little Mermaid"/Courtesy Lake Anne ES

Reston’s Place In The World — Reston filmmaker Rebekah Wingert-Jabi talks about the similarities between Reston and other settings for her films: community. Wingert-Jabi’s Another Way of Living: The Story of Reston, VA screens at the National Building Museum Thursday. [Washingtonian]

Save The Books? — Several people at a community forum on the Fairfax County Public Library (FCPL) system last week recommended revising the policy on discarding old books, which is leading to a diminished collection as many still-useful books are being thrown out. [AnnandaleVA Blog]

Leidos Selling Off Section — Reston-based Leidos is selling its $175 million heavy construction business to Jacksonville, Florida-based construction company Haskell. [Washington Business Journal]

Photo: Students at Lake Anne ES perform in Disney’s “The Little Mermaid”/Courtesy Lake Anne ES

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