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Arlington’s USA Team Headed To Finals in Ramadan Tourney?

Soccer tournament is a gathering place for multicultural team

The holy month of Ramadan can be tough when you are away from home. Like any major religious event, there are special home-cooked recipes for breaking the fast, mouth-watering and calorie-rich, and it’s hard, when you live across the world, to replace the most important part of Ramadan: the gathering of extended family and friends uniting over the Fitur (breakfast) table as the sun sets.

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Argentine Festival: Talent, Energy, and Patriotism in Arlington

Literary, culinary, musical, cultural talents on display.

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Get Out Your Inner Cowboy, Cowgirl, or Cowlick for Arlington Thrive

Event offers a chance to recycle eyeglasses, electronics.

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Arlington Teen Makes Olympic Swim Team

Torri Huske missed graduation – the Olympics were calling.

One of Yorktown High School’s graduating class of 2021 couldn’t make it.

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Moore’s Barber Shop Open, Staying Safe in Arlington

Older, vulnerable residents look for low-volume barbers who go the extra mile.

Jim Moore was finally able to open his barber shop, Moore’s Barber Shop, on May 29th, when Virginia gave the green light to hair salons and barber shops.

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In Search of Fireflies: She Got a Copperhead Bite Instead

Advice from an Arlington resident and Virginia Herpetologists

It was a beautiful summer’s eve in Arlington last July, and Sara Stepahin was walking with her partner to see fireflies at Fort C.F. Smith.

Election Officers in Arlington Protect the Votes

Action was slow at the community center because of early voting.

As precinct chief, Caroline Klam has been watching over elections in Arlington for a long time.

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Northern Virginia Family Service: More than a Safety Net for 100 Years

During the Great Depression, they handed out coal and coats. Now, it’s an array of services.

Ninety-five years ago, Northern Virginia Family Service handed out coats and coal in Alexandria. Today, the organization has a much broader mission and geographic reach throughout Northern Virginia and – in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic – an increased need for its services.

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Celebration of Juneteenth in Arlington

Juneteenth has always been important for African-Americans.

Jim Moore sat back at his barber chair on Lee Highway last week, the shop quiet on a midweek, midday visit, no longer the hub it was in pre-pandemic days.

Endometriosis Conference an Important Resource for Women

You may have the ‘Silent Disease’ and not know it

Endometriosis

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Grabowsky Talks Trash in Arlington

Don’t “wish cycle” because you do more harm than good when you do.

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World Languages Celebrated at Arlington Career Center

Annual showcase of language learning emphasizes presentation skills.

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Muslims Celebrate Ramadan at Home During Pandemic

It was hard not to be able to embrace friends and family after the 30 day fast.

Ramadan, the month-long fast that takes place in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar year, is, after all, a time of sacrifice. For many who were under stay-at-home orders in Virginia, that spirit of sacrifice took on an added dimension.

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Arlington Swimmers Want Pool Agreement Reconsidered

Superintendent‘s decision not reviewed first by school board and pool patrons

Arlington taxpayer and swimmer Walt Edwards is angry.

AT&T Grants Arlington’s Bridges to Independence $20,000

Others like Joe have a chance to succeed thanks to grant.

Joe is on the autism spectrum and wanted to participate in the Bridges to Independence summer internships initiative.

Virginians Lost Last Week When House Voted Down Bills

But it’s not over until it’s over for four remaining bills

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‘The Shop’ Hosts Home Movie Restoration Talk in Arlington

Makers Shop at Central Library.

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A Thanksgiving Like No Other, But Gratitude is on the Menu in Arlington

There won’t be a Turkey Bowl in Hall’s Hill this year, for the first time since most residents can remember.

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Arlington Teachers, Students Pursue Eco-Friendly Policy

Reduce, reuse, recycle, rot: students, volunteers and teachers taking the lead.

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