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Two new concerts have been added to the live, outdoor concert series in Alexandria.
Potomac dance company to perform in Kennedy Center program
Nrityalaya, School of Indian Classical Odissi dance, with home in Potomac, was selected to participate in The Kennedy Center’s Arts Across America live digital performance series.
On Saturday, the County Board received a lengthy and detailed update on Covid-19 vaccine distribution in Arlington.
U.S. Supreme Court Threatens Women’s Fundamental Rights
Michael Lee Pope's article on income gaps misses some obvious explanations. Many minorities are recent immigrants. Do we really expect them to step into jobs with incomes commensurate with Alexandria's 80% college-educated whites?
Since late February, our small team of UVA and Notre Dame students has been working on developing an early model of a bluetooth-based contact tracing app called TraceX.
Common Plate Hospitality along with other businesses in Old Town Alexandria are coming together to support the Live Event Industry by participating in the Red Alert #WEMAKEEVENTS movement which supports the Bill S3814, the Restart Act proposed to Congress.
Langley High’s ‘Long Division’ reflects on storming of Capitol, unity and division
"What separates us?" asked the opening line of Langley High School's "Long Division."
The Society for Historians of the Early American Republic is proud to announce the following winners of the 2020 book, article, and dissertation prizes.
In a first-class train car traveling through England, how long will it take an eclectic group of passengers to find the mysterious murderer of Brutaldeath?
Animal Welfare League of Alexandria Conducts First Onsite Surgery in New Veterinary and Event Vehicle
Biscuit, an eight-year-old gray and white cat, was the first animal to undergo surgery at the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria (AWLA) in the new Mobile Veterinary and Event vehicle on Tuesday, April 20.
On the east side of Capitol Square near the Executive Mansion in Richmond is the Virginia Civil Rights Memorial featuring 16-year-old Barbara Johns who led the student walkout that resulted in a civil rights case before the Supreme Court as part of Brown v. Board of Education that found racially-segregated schools to be unconstitutional.
Historical marker approved to commemorate “Sullivan v. Little Hunting Park, Inc.”
"Am I a person? Can I survive?"