From the second season of ‘Ted Lasso’ to new author releases, these Northern Virginians are creating must-see content.
“Indecent,” Maggie Miles
This month, we’re looking forward to the new single from the Nashville-based singer, who hails from Loudoun County. She’s fresh off her 2021 album, Maggie Miles on Audiotree Live.
M.O.D.O.K. by Patton Oswalt
Marvel Universe fans will want to race through this new graphic novel by Oswalt, the comedian and Sterling native. Next, check out the animated series, which launched this spring on Hulu.
Beauty Expos Are Murder by Libby Klein
Looking for a light whodunit? From heartbreak to a mysterious death, this novel from a Sterling author follows gluten-free baker Poppy McAllister as she tries to unmask a killer.
Get the popcorn ready. Fairfax native Jason Sudeikis recently picked up a Screen Actors Guild Award for his Apple TV+ comedy, whose second season dropped last month.
The Man I Knew: The Amazing Story of George H.W. Bush’s Post-Presidency by Jean Becker
Ever wondered what life is like after you leave the White House? Bush Senior’s former chief of staff takes readers through the man’s life starting with his electoral loss in 1992.
The Hive by Melissa Scholes Young
Put this novel from an American University professor at the top of your TBR pile. The tale of the Fehler sisters, out to prove they can take over the family’s exterminating business while dealing with grief over their father’s death, has already been optioned for the movies by Sony Pictures.