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Around The Corner

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April 18, 2014
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The week started off with some confusion and police excitement as a situation turned from an isolated barricade at the Rotonda Condos to a fears of flammable or explosive materials. Luckily, the incident concluded without violence and the suspect, 62-year old Michael Gordon, was apprehended and now faces charges of Arson. By the way...
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True Food Kitchen is coming to Mosaic District Summer 2014

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April 4, 2014

I saw this signage as I was visiting Mosaic District that True Food Kitchen will open its doors in summer 2014. According to True Food Kitchen website, their goal is to promote an anti-inflammatory diet. The restaurant will offer a healthy selection of vegan, vegetarian, gluten free and other options promoting healthy living. For...
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Moby Dick House of Kabob Coming to Tysons West

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April 1, 2014

Moby Dick House of Kabob is coming to Tyson West. It will be next door to Smashburger that is located at 1500-E Cornerside in Vienna, VA.
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Around the Corner

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September 13, 2013
Boone Boulevard will be the site of Taste of Tysons 2013 next Saturday

Around the Corner today UberOffices has found some moderate success in the their Tysons location despite a stagnant commercial market; showing it isn’t just the Fortune 500s that like calling Tysons home. (Patch) — — — — — — Fairfax County’s new police chief has made some news about transparency policies, but Tysons residents...
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Around the Corner

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July 29, 2013
Many of the elements that can help improve aesthetics for the Silver Line are already planned with proposed streetscape as part of the Route 123 and Route 7 improvements, similar to what is in front of the station.

Around the corner today; WTOP reports that the NVTC is serious about alternative solutions to the Route 7 transportation corridor. Could a dedicated transit lane help relieve congestion? Major questions remain, such as how will the portion of Route 7 at Seven Corners be handled and where would funding come from? Any solutions to...
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Neisha Thai Finds A New Home at Fairfax Square

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July 11, 2013
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Earlier this year, when Tysons Tower construction really started to pick up, I got worried that one of my favorite restaurants in Tysons would close up because of construction activity. In fact, Neisha Thai was preparing for a move in advance of the eventual close of their original mall location, and getting ready to...
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Finnegans Tysons Grand Opening

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June 30, 2013
Finnegan's on Route 7, click to enlarge

I had a chance to head over to the Finnegans grand opening in Tysons on Saturday night. I didn’t have a chance to see what the late night vibe would be like on opening weekend, but the bar had about 30 to 40 people in it when I got there at 8, not to...
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Around the Corner

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February 15, 2013
Want to destroy the urban fabric, parking lot it up. Click to enlarge into a massive field of asphalt

Around the corner today; We have some egg on our face from a few facts we got wrong on the food truck citations occurring on Solutions Drive. After some discussion with Fairfax County, vendors, some of our readers, and a bit of independent research into our County code it looks like we have a...
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Food Truck Vendors Unlawfully Ticketed At Solutions Drive?

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February 13, 2013
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Solutions Drive in Tysons during lunch time for many has become a hub of good food from all over the region. Any weekday you can find a half dozen vendors, all with legal permits provided by Fairfax County, serving hundreds of happy employees at Monster, Redhat, Booz Allen, and SAIC ( as well as...
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Around the Corner

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January 18, 2013
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Good morning Tysons. Around the Corner today; The McLean Chocolate Festival is back this year, January 27th at the McLean Community Center. If you like everything from a chocolate fountain to custom high end Belgian chocolates I suggest you check it out and help support local businesses. Last year’s festival drew 3000 chocolate fans...
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Tysons to Charles Town Promotional Event

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October 15, 2012

Now that summer has officially passed you may feel like taking a trip out of town will need to wait for a few more months. In reality, now that travel season has slowed, tourism dollars go a lot farther in an effort to get people out to regional destinations. Case in point, our sponsor...
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