• Tom Perriello Tells Loudoun Why He Should be Governor

    Tom Perriello Tells Loudoun Why He Should be Governor

    Tom Perriello (left) speaks with Catoctin Creek Distillery founder Scott Harris in Purcellville on March 8. The Democrat is campaigning on progressive stances, and his early success has surprised establishment figures from both parties in the process. A late entrant into the 2017 Virginia gubernatorial race, Democratic candidate Tom Perriello hasn’t let time, or what looked

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  • Facing Rising Anti-Semitism, Can Virginia Universities Learn from History and California?

    Facing Rising Anti-Semitism, Can Virginia Universities Learn from History and California?

    Ken Marcus makes the case for doing more to fight anti-Semitism on college campuses. Last fall, five Loudoun County, Virginia teenagers vandalized the historic African-American schoolhouse in Ashburn with an array of graffiti that included white supremacist slogans and Nazi swastikas. The fact that they desecrated a monument to black history with the symbol most closely associated with Jewish oppression was not

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  • Chuck Kuhn Can’t Stop Moving

    Chuck Kuhn Can’t Stop Moving

    Successful Entrepreneur Continues to Grow One of Nation’s Largest Independent Movers. The expansion of Loudoun County-based JK Moving Services, highlighted by the recent dedication of a new, 75,000 square-foot warehouse in Sterling, Virginia, is the brainstorm of founder, president and CEO Chuck Kuhn. Kuhn, who started JK Moving at age 16, has positioned the company to be a dominant and

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  • A (Rock) Force to be Reckoned With

    A (Rock) Force to be Reckoned With

    Ashburn’s Beth Cannon is Making Her Mark on the Music Scene, and Doing it Her Way. The Tribune’s Jan. 27 edition of Red Couch Chronicles featured an interview with Beth Cannon, a rising star in the local music scene. Cannon has come a long way in a short time. She brands herself as Elizabeth II (also the name of

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  • DEA Experts Call for Better Link Between Drug and Terrorism Policy

    DEA Experts Call for Better Link Between Drug and Terrorism Policy

    The Tribune christened its first Red Couch Chronicles taping on Jan. 9, with four of the most experienced senior experts from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), all now retired from the agency. Executive Editor Tom Julia interviewed Mike Chapman, Richard Fiano, Derek Maltz and Steve Murphy for 90 minutes about federal drug policy and how the Trump

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  • Not so Black and White: The Dick Black You Might Not Know

    Not so Black and White: The Dick Black You Might Not Know

    He knows he has detractors and it doesn’t bother him. He is at ease about his life, what he believes and the causes he has championed over the years. When asked if he regards himself as the most conservative member of the Virginia General Assembly, he doesn’t hesitate to say yes. Since his election to

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