Published on Mar 15, 2012 by kaskade
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Why You’ll Love It
Some of us live in places where natural highlights come with a side of bronze tans for free, thanks to the sun. For the rest of us, there’s Salon XYZ. As laid-back in atmosphere as they are serious about cutting-edge hair, these style mavens cut and color to perfection.
An acclaimed local hotspot, Salon XYZ has crafted head-turning looks for clients from TV personalities to neighborhood residents for over ten years. Their secret? Treat everyone like a regular, but approach each cut with fresh eyes for style.
So get those highlights and add a dose of sunshine to everyone’s day. Or maybe you just need a glam new updo for the weekend. Whatever the case, your girls at XYZ have you covered.
“The salon was cute, clean, and efficient, plus I got a great haircut. I had been growing my hair out and was devastated to lose an inch, but was so happy to see the change Rodney made.”
“I am thrilled with my new haircut! David cut my hair today and literally gave it new life. He’s thoughtful and professional, as well as easygoing.”
“The cut also lasted for months and the shape stayed consistent. Right now, Ken is the only stylist on my list that knows how to cut my hair curly and that’s something to toast to!”
It’s almost time for the free summer concert series at Fort Hunt Park! Bring a blanket, a picnic basket and the family dog as concerts begin in June at the “A Pavilion,” at the south end of Fort Hunt Road.
The concerts are courtesy of the National Park Service and will be held Sundays at 7 p.m., weather permitting.
Owen Hammett, a volunteer for NPS who took the lead in this summer series, called the concerts acts of public service.
“They started nearly 30 years ago, having consecutive Sunday evenings,” Hammett said. They’re from 7 to 8, and they had done this just for a long time. It’s been a tradition for a lot of families in Fort Hunt to do that on a summer evening.”
This summer’s Sunday evenings concert lineup is:
3: Cold Fusion Jazz Quartet
10: Shenandoah Sound (Drum and bugle choir)
17: Emy Tseng (Jazz and Brazilian vocals)
24: Main Street (Variety of music)
1: American Balalaika Symphony (Eastern European)
8: Black Moon Tonic (Pop and crossover country, with some jazz)
15: Hot Society Orchestra of Washington (Music from 1920s through ’40s)
22: National Concert Band
July 29 : Cosine (Jazz, hip-hop, rock)