“Polly Peacock and the Pink Flamingos” explores self-acceptance.
Alexandria resident and account executive Emilie Bair’s new children’s book “Polly Peacock and the Pink Flamingos,” teaching children about self-acceptance, was released nationwide in August.
This play-within-a-play comedy promises tons of chuckles.
The Little Theater of Alexandria (LTA) is staging "Laughing Stock," a play-within-a-play, from Sept. 5-26.
Lesley Clarke brushes an amber brown across the large canvas in Studio 341 in the Alexandria Torpedo Factory.
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Book-lovers rejoice; the local treasure “Fall for the Book” is arriving for a week-long stay. This year’s celebration will feature over 150 authors representing a wide-gamut of genres.
Several Reston restaurants undergo renovations, new businesses come to town.
With summer ending, business will be back to usual once schools return to session. There will be some changes to the dining selection, including the anticipated arrival of the restaurant Red’s Table.
Holy Transfiguration Melkite Greek Catholic Church in McLean hosts food and fun for families.
Labor Day weekend marks the “unofficial” end of summer and launches the football season.
Jenni Rokni has been to all of the nail salons in Great Falls and claims that Great Falls Nails and Spa on Walker Road is her favorite.
Alexandria: From the waterfront to the West End.
Most visitors to Alexandria know the city as the hometown of such notables as George Washington and Robert E. Lee. With cobblestone streets and a lively waterfront, the city attracts more than three million visitors every year.
Supervisor Foust recommends places to see in his district.
Dranesville residents love their parks. We are fortunate to have many wonderful parks, as well as historical sites and community events to enjoy. The following are some of my favorites.
It was dark on the farm as Kinsley Coulter got up at 2 a.m. to load his truck and drive the 150 miles from Juniata County, Pa. to the Alexandria Farmer's market on Saturday.
No matter where you are in Alexandria, you’ll find a prime viewing location nearby.
The days are getting slightly shorter, the air has a familiar crispness to it, and the dog days of summer have a little less bite. All of this can mean only one thing: The college and NFL football seasons are on the way. From beers to burgers, from wings to Greek delicacies, here are some great places to watch the game all over town.
Mount Vernon Neighborhood Friends raising money to upgrade fire suppression.
Lorne Campbell was told the historic property he bought on Robertson Boulevard was once part of an area where George Washington liked to have his pigs graze.