Article from Washington Post, by Jonathan Hunley

Bill Evans examines a plaque in Prince William’s Walk of Fame at Tackett’s Mill on Tuesday. Evans developed the idea for the walk, which recognizes residents’ contributions to the county’s quality of life. (Jonathan Hunley for The Washington Post)

A bit of Tinseltown-style flair came to Lake Ridge last month as the Prince William County Walk of Fame was unveiled at the Tackett’s Mill shopping center. The fledgling landmark doesn’t have the long history of the more famous walk in Hollywood, but its supporters are excited about celebrating local luminaries.

The Hollywood Walk of Fame dates to the 1950s, according to its website,, and is a product of the town’s chamber of commerce. An average of 24 pop-culture figures are honored with stars each year……….

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