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    Cameron Hosseinian

    Cameron is responsible for various writing assignments as an intern for The Loudoun Tribune. He is studying philosophy and english at Catholic University of America and has completed his sophomore year. Cameron lives in Round Hill.

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  • Loudouners Stuff Backpacks for Kids

    Loudouners Stuff Backpacks for Kids0

    Costco, Giant and the Ashburn Rotary Team Up for Back to School The Rotary Club of Ashburn, along with Costco and Giant, participated in the third annual Backpack Stuffing Day on July 28 to help financially struggling students with back-to-school shopping. The event, organized by the Rotary Club and hosted by Automotive Quality Solutions in

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  • The Machine Covers Pink Floyd at Tally Ho Aug. 6

    The Machine Covers Pink Floyd at Tally Ho Aug. 60

    Pink Floyd cover band The Machine is making its way to the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg, at 9:30 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 6. The Pink Floyd-inspired band complements its shows with psychedelic lighting and remarkably accurate performances from Pink Floyd’s catalogue, sure to fulfill any fan of the actual legends. Based in New York, The

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  • Reading of Herman Melville’s Poem “The Scout Toward Aldie”

    Reading of Herman Melville’s Poem “The Scout Toward Aldie”0

    Herman Melville’s poem “The Scout Toward Aldie” will be commemorated on the 150th anniversary of its publication as part of the Conversations in History series hosted by The Mosby Heritage Area Association and NOVA Parks. Melville’s poem recounts his trip into Mosby’s Confederacy in 1864, with Union troops in order to find and capture John Singleton

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  • Loudoun Teens Join Nationwide Rock Tour

    Loudoun Teens Join Nationwide Rock Tour0

    Loudoun teens Madeline Miller, Kacy Hyatt and Tyler Beddow have made their first steps toward rock stardom after the School of Rock selected them to participate in the AllStars Nationwide Rock Tour. The announcement came after an exhaustive selection process that picked just 1 percent of the school’s students worldwide. In the United States alone,

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