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Have a cute pet that will be wearing a Halloween costume?

Send us a picture! We are seeking photo submissions of pets wearing costumes for Halloween for a story on Friday (Nov. 1) and shout outs on our Instagram.

Snap a picture of a pet wearing a costume and tag or direct message us on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram) or email [email protected].

Photo by Illumination Marketing/Unsplash

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Have thoughts about Tysons Reporter’s coverage of Tysons, McLean, Vienna, Falls Church and Merrifield? Want to share your opinions about local issues?

Tysons Reporter welcomes letters to the editors and op-eds of specific interest to the communities in our coverage area.

The key difference is that an op-ed can be an opinion piece about a local issue, while a letter to the editor responds directly to a Tysons Reporter story.

Please email it to [email protected] You are also welcome to contact us with your idea for feedback before submitting it.

While there is no word limit, we suggest under 1,000 words. Contributions may be edited for length, content and style/grammar.

Tysons Reporter does not publish op-eds relating to a specific candidate running for political office — either from the candidate’s team or opponents.

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Thank you to everyone who came to Tysons Reporter’s newsroom pop-ups at coffee shops this week and the birthday bash last night at Tysons Biergarten.

As Tysons Reporter wraps up celebrating its first anniversary, we are seeking reader input to guide our future news coverage.

Recently, Tysons Reporter has tried some new approaches, from highlighting Tysons’ growing nightlife scene with our “Tysons After Dark” series to adding a monthly crime map.

Recently, reporter Ashley Hopko has been writing about Tysons-area startups, while editor Catherine Douglas Moran has profiled local women-owned businesses.

Looking ahead, Tysons Reporter wants your input on our future coverage.

Let us know via the polls below what you’d most like us to cover and how. Also, feel free to give us other suggestions in the comments.

If you’re new to Tysons Reporter, make sure to sign up for our email newsletter and follow us on social media — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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Come help us celebrate the first year since founding Tysons Reporter at Tysons Biergarten tonight (Oct 3).

The first 50 guests will enjoy a drink on us.

You will have the chance to meet the editorial and business teams that work behind the scenes to bring all of the local news to you each day.

Find us on the patio between 5-7 p.m. Kids and dogs are welcome.

Check out the Facebook event to RSVP.

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Tysons Reporter’s first birthday is next week.

To celebrate, editor Catherine Douglas Moran and reporter Ashley Hopko will be working at a different coffee shop each day next week, so come by and say hello. (There will be free swag!)

Here’s where to find the editorial team from 9 a.m.-2 p.m.:

In addition to the newsroom pop-ups at local coffee shops, Tysons Reporter’s editorial and business teams are hosting a happy hour party at Tysons Biergarten next Thursday evening.

Can’t make it but still want to chat with us?

Shoot an email to [email protected] or submit an anonymous tip.

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Come help us celebrate the first year since founding Tysons Reporter at Tysons Biergarten next week.

The first 50 guests will enjoy a drink on us next Thursday (Oct. 3).

You will have the chance to meet the editorial and business teams that work behind the scenes to bring all of the local news to you each day.

Find us on the patio between 5-7 p.m. Kids and dogs are welcome.

Check out the Facebook event to RSVP and stay updated on the latest birthday bash news.

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Tysons Reporter is upping its Instagram game with new photos by a professional photographer.

Jay Westcott recently joined Tysons Reporter — and our sister sites ARLnow and Reston Now — in September as our first full-time photojournalist.

Jay’s 15 years of professional photography experience — he previously worked locally for TBD.com, Politico and the Washington Examiner — will help bring a new visual language to our local news sites and enhance our breaking news coverage.

Check out more of Jay’s photography on our ‘gram (@tysonsreporter).

Thank you to everyone who has likedfollowed and bookmarked us already!

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Our advertisers allow us to hire reporters and bring their local reporting to the entire community without a paywall. Please join us in supporting local organizations that support local journalism.

Interested in advertising? Check out our 2019 media kit which contains all of our advertising offerings.

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