• FIGHT NIGHT & MMA: Black Tie Fundraising – For Kids

    FIGHT NIGHT & MMA: Black Tie Fundraising – For Kids0

    In 1990, real estate investor and businessman Joseph E. Robert Jr. started an event that many now call one of the premier social and fundraising event in the greater Washington area. Fight Night has raised millions of dollars to support programs under D.C.-based nonprofit Fight For Children that help at-risk youth obtain better educational opportunities.

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  • SENSE OF THAI ST: Every Detail Invites You

    SENSE OF THAI ST: Every Detail Invites You0

    On a warm fall evening, guests on the patio of Sense of Thai St. restaurant at One Loudoun might look up at that big October moon and imagine — just for a moment — that they are enjoying their meal along the bustling Charoen Krung Road in Bangkok. Every one of our chefs is from

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  • Prepared When the Market Cools Off?

    Prepared When the Market Cools Off?0

    “Markets have cycles, the major indices will descend” Timothy D. Nelson and Robert Fredeen of Bull Run Financial Group We have seen a tremendous rally on Wall Street, nearly nine months long, with the S&P 500, Nasdaq Composite, and Dow Jones Industrial Average repeatedly settling at all-time peaks. Investors are delighted by what they have

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  • Blood, Sweat & Gears: Charities Benefit From Passion and Success

    Blood, Sweat & Gears: Charities Benefit From Passion and Success0

    While many childhood memories are filled with baseball games, model planes, road trips, and that first school crush, Alfredo Carlin’s childhood was full of gears – Motorcycle gears, Muscle car gears. While other kids had bicycles, Carlin was riding his first motorcycle. He has his father to thank for this journey off the beaten path.

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  • Texts, Wrecks, Statistics

    Texts, Wrecks, Statistics0

    No texts, no wrecks. That is the simple message county and state law enforcement officers are trying to convey to Loudoun County drivers. Unfortunately, that message is landing on too many people who are off the grid. “It’s a very dangerous trend and there are so many people out there doing it,” Loudoun County Sheriff

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  • A Guide To The 21st Century Relationship: Step 3

    A Guide To The 21st Century Relationship: Step 30

    Part 3 – Start with Self-Communication Good communication starts with good self-communication. Communication with the self is a lifelong love affair. Most people avoid communicating with themselves and go straight to someone else to validate their position. They look to others for answers to their questions, relying on someone else’s view of the world. They

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