Reston Trivia Question No. 3

Let's see what you really know.

In honor of Saturday's celebration, Reston Patch is holding a trivia contest every day this week. Answer correctly in the comments section below, and your name will be put in a drawing at 6 p.m. Wednesday to win a gift card to

One winner will be selected. You must be over 18. You may enter once. For official contest rules,

Wednesday's question:

What two Reston-specific publications ceased operations in 2010?

Thanks for playing!

Shari True April 06, 2011 at 07:43 PM
The Reston Observer and A Place Called Reston (phonebook)
Michelle April 06, 2011 at 07:54 PM
Reston Observer and A Place Called Reston
Mary Saunders April 06, 2011 at 08:48 PM
A Place Called Reston (I think, closed in January 2010) and Reston Observer (June 2010)
Karen Goff April 06, 2011 at 10:11 PM
The correct answer is Reston Observer and A Place Called Reston (phone directory). Amusing that many of you think the Connection is no longer publishing. It is, but this shows you are turning to Reston Patch for all your news delivered much quicker. By the way, Observer editor Chris Moore and reporter Leslie Perales both work with me at Patch, so the local news vision continues - just online. Also, Reston Patch can take the place of A Place Called Reston in many ways. Check out our business directory if you need a phone number or a list of restaurants, etc. Random winner will be drawn from the correct responses in a bit.
Karen Goff April 06, 2011 at 10:30 PM
Congrats to Shari True, the randomly selected winner of our drawing today. Shari, email me your snail mail address to kareng@patch.com. Thanks for playing, everyone! Check back tomorrow for Trivia Question No. 4.


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