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Friday, November 8, 2013

Reston, or at Least Its Midscale Chain Retail, Makes the Small Screen

imgres.jpgJust when you thought it was safe to turn on the teevee, Reston played a not-quite-starring role on the hit NBC series James Spader Is Creepy The Blacklist earlier this week. A Confidential Restonian Operative with a working remote tells us that after a terrorist attack on the pre-Silver Line Metro system in D.C., one of the CIA agents investigating the attack talks about "picking up a nice outfit in Reston." Yes, word of our exciting midscale chain retail options has even reached Hollywood, folks, though we can't wait until a network teevee show features a climactic scene in which some key DNA evidence is stored in just the right container from another prominent Reston retailer.

Maybe it's not quite as exciting as Reston's recent starring role in a major motion picture, but it'll do until our own home-grown movie receives the accolades it so richly deserves, the end.


  1. Suck on that, Columbia!

  2. Live, work, shop, and put stuff in containers: the new Reston motto.

  3. Live, work, play, and pretend it's all real.


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