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    Kevin Shay

    Journalist and writer since 1978. Before the Loudoun Tribune, he worked for The Washington Post Co., [Maryland] Business Gazette, The Dallas Morning News, and Texas Catholic, among others. Kevin is also an accomplished author. His books include Death of the Rising Sun: A Search for Truth in the JFK Assassination [2017]; It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Trip: On the Road of the Longest Family Road Trip in History [2014]; Walking through the Wall [2012]; A Parent’s Guide to Dallas/Fort Worth [2003]; and And Justice For All: The Untold History of Dallas [1999].

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  • Big Tax Reductions, Lower Tax Rate for Wineries, Breweries, Cideries

    Big Tax Reductions, Lower Tax Rate for Wineries, Breweries, Cideries0

    Nestled among the mountain of provisions in the federal tax bill recently passed by Congress is one of specific interest to Loudoun County wineries, breweries and cideries. On Jan. 1, such businesses entered a new era of lower federal excise taxes. For wineries, the cut can be substantial depending on production. Previously, tax credits were

  • Loudoun Education: Estimated $1.2 Billion for 2019

    Loudoun Education: Estimated $1.2 Billion for 20190

    Loudoun County Superintendent of Public Schools Eric Williams unveiled a $1.2 billion proposed budget for fiscal 2019 on Tuesday that increases expenditures by 8 percent, or almost $89 million. Now the fun part begins. The rest of January will be “very hectic,” said School Board Chairman Jeff Morse (Dulles), who was unanimously re-elected as chairman

  • Maisie Eastman: What ‘A Place To Be’ Means For Her

    Maisie Eastman: What ‘A Place To Be’ Means For Her0

    Navigating through school on a wheelchair can be challenging, to say the least. One time when she was in eighth grade trying to get to her locker, Maisie Eastman got caught on the wrong side of two male students who were rough-housing. One ended up rolling into her, cracking the foot rests of the chair.

  • Bollywood in Sterling – Regal Countryside

    Bollywood in Sterling – Regal Countryside1

    Venture to the Regal Countryside Stadium 20 movie theater in Sterling near highways 28 and 7 on a Saturday evening, and you will likely see a long line. People in this line are not waiting for “Blade Runner 2049” or “Thor: Ragnarok.” They want to see the Hindi-language horror comedy “Golmaal Again” or the Telugu