An action shot of our gritty urban core, minus the garbage truck fires, opens this, the October edition of Reston Today. Andy Sigle is as always our dulcet-toned Virgil, guiding us through B-roll footage of recent earth-toned action in our fair community. We learn how seniors can get into a "relatively new movie" at the (vastly improved, no longer frightening) RTC Bowtie Cinemas for free once a month. We learn that 200 kids participated in the 2012 Reston Kids Triathlon, good for them, and finally, we meet the Front Porch Singers, who "bring joy to local residents" through their music (even with banjos involved). And then, 5 minutes and 16 seconds after we began this odyssey, we're out, staring numbly at the "related videos" links and wondering what to do next with our lives.
All these things are very nice, but you'd think that the RA might want to share some news about… some news. It's not like anything's happened in the last month or so, or that the RA is taking a more active role in such things.