Monday Morning Rundown

Lake Anne Boat

Behind The Art  — Meet Matthew Duffy, the sculptor who created “Mutual Understanding, Mutual Respect,” the new public art outside the North County Government Center in Reston. [Fairfax Times]

Voting Rights For 200K+ — More than 200,000 convicted felons had voting rights restored when Virginia Gov. Terry McAullife signed an executive order late Friday. This adds 3.8 percent more potential voters, a large percentage of them in Fairfax County, for the 2016 Presidential election. [Richmond Times Dispatch]

Biking Season, Biking Safety — Save the date for a kids Bicycle Safety Rodeo Saturday at the YMCA Reston from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Free. [Reston Now]

Madewell Opening Party Tomorrow — Stop by the new Madewell store at 11928 Market St. for a grand opening party from 6 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. [Reston Now]

Recent Stories

Before we head off into another weekend with COVID-19 abound, let’s take a look back at the biggest stories on Reston Now in recent days. Seven new businesses — including…

A rapid COVID-19 at-home testing kit (via Jernej Furman/Flickr) Fairfax County Public Library offered at-home COVID-19 test kits to the community for the first time this morning (Friday). An hour…

Two days before Thanksgiving, the 29 Diner was decimated by a fire. The next day, owner John K. Wood got back to work. “It was a total loss,” Wood told…

A new beauty bar is coming to Lake Anne Plaza by the end of the year. Owner Dina Almashat plans to open Beauty Bar by Dina within the next 10…

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