Local Vietnam Vet is a strong proponent of voting as a duty.
”Soupy” (John) Tyler walked into Jim Moore’s barber last July and asked him if he’d be willing to make up a sign about voting, something that would inspire people to get out and vote, and he’d be glad to cover the costs.
Which is the real anti-gerrymandering vote?
At a dinner party — held outside — last Saturday night, five Arlington Democrats talked about how they had voted on Amendment One.
Some shake their heads at the change in the Arlington tradition; others embrace it.
Vernon Walters used to go to Joe’s Pizza Place and sit alone at a table far from the front door and the arcade-style games that kept kids busy in the vestibule while their parents relaxed into the blue naugahyde banquettes.
Running a 5K on your own or just donating improves morale
There’s power in numbers.
Opportunities to get involved in Arlington are diverse and fun.
There are more than a hundred ways to get involved in Arlington.
Park in transition serves young and old, but shade trees are gone.
On the Friday before the long Labor Day weekend, Tomás Weber, his sister Vera Weber, and their cousin, Jonathan Melo, and grandfather “Papí” (Elvis) were enjoying the smooth, unscathed new enlarged blacktop parking lot at the Upton Hill Regional Park, along with several other young cyclists who were reveling in the near empty lot so they could show off their bike riding skills.
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.
Green Valley Neighborhood will benefit from merger.
Bridges to Independence announced a merger with Bonder & Amanda Johnson Community Development Corporation (BAJCDC) last week.
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.
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.