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First Free Pop Up Shop To Become Annual Event

Almost 2,000 pieces of clothing found new homes (instead of the landfill).

Pop Up

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J.D. Spain Launches Campaign for Arlington County Board

15 year resident, activist and veteran wants a seat at the table

Arlington County Board

Arlington Students Collect Clothes for Free Pop Up Shop

EcoAction Arlington and other local groups support ‘swap don't shop’ event

pop up shop

Virginia General Assembly Needs Input From Voters

Priority legislation outlined by Virginia Grassroots Coalition


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Winter Solstice Concert is a Sublime Celebration of Arts

Ninth Street Quartet Offers a rare moment for retreat and reflection


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Too Many Dogs and Cats, Not Enough Fosters

Fostering in Arlington is easy, supported by staff, and rewarding

Fostering in Arlington is easy, supported by staff, and rewarding

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Natalie Roy Launches Campaign for Arlington County Board

The 32-year resident and ‘bicycle realtor’ wants a seat at the table

Realtor running

Opinion: Zachary Taylor Missed the Point

But then, he DOES work for the plastics industry (response to the response to ‘10 Things You Can Do’)


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’VOTE!’ Say the Little Blue Rocks

Popping up all over Arlington, blue rocks remind Virginians to vote every year, but this election is not like others.

Blue Rocks

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Arlington’s Ballston Wetland Opens

No beavers, but green and speckled frogs plus trash seen

Arlington Wetlands

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Sidewalk Spots and Parking Spots

Sidewalks get “Spot treatment” in Country Club Hills, car data collected from parking spots

Cars in Arlington

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10 Things You Can Do To Sustain Arlington


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Can You Guess The Name of This Squash?

Arlington Lee Cleaners’ vegetable patch has a mystery vegetable


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J.D. Spain Receives Luminary Leadership Award

Local activist ran in county board primary as leader who gets things done.


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EcoAction Arlington Seeks To Get Residents Involved

Getting Arlington residents to take responsibility for climate is focus

Eco Action

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July Fourth on a Street in Arlington

Small is beautiful on Albemarle Street


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Arlington Has a New Cooperative Bike Shop

Nonprofit helps get bikes to those in need, offers fix-it locale

Bike shop

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Flag Day in Arlington Out of Fashion?

Why do we fly the flag on June 14?

Flag Day

Dogs for Adoption

Adopt dogs

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Jake’s Ice Cream Provides Jobs for Adults with Disabilities

Robin Rinearson receives Eleanor Sue Finkelstein Inclusion and Disabilities Award

Jakes Ice Cream

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Arlington Women's Civic Alliance Raises 30K for Free Clinic

Arlington groups benefit from efforts of Alliance since 1993


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Candidate Q&A: Natalie Roy

Candidate Q&A: Natalie Roy

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Candidate Q&A: Maureen Coffey

Candidate Q&A: Maureen Coffey

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Candidate Q&A: Jonathan Dromgoole

Candidate Q&A: Jonathan Dromgoole

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’Art for a Cause’ Gets Huge Global Response

Four Thousand Collages from Ukraine, Brazil … and Arlington; Collages will be on display until May 25


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Ramadan Tent Iftar Brings Northern Virginia Muslims Together

Local Muslims celebrate unity and democratic values


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Planting Trees To Relieve Future Heat

Previous work mapping hotspots informs placement of canopy trees by Marymount students and tree stewards.


Pitch in Some Food Scraps in Arlington

Four reasons to embrace Arlington’s Compostables

Food Scraps

Marymount Students Celebrate Holi

Festival of color marks the end of winter for many around the world


Students Showcase Arlington's Language Programs

Learning languages is more than conjugations

Arlington Schools

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Jake’s Ice Cream Shop is a Love Story

(It takes) a village called Jake’s

Cake shop

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Alamo Drafthouse Cinema Opens in Arlington

Sit back, relax and enjoy your cocktail and truffle popcorn

Cinema Drafthouse

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Restaurant Week Is Over in Arlington

People come out to eat for the deals, and to try something new.


Glad I Flunked My Home Safety Check?

Arlington County Fire Department does free safety check

Fire safety

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Old Instruments, New Friends in Arlington

Quartet Salonnières hosted at Norwood.


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Nightmare on Jackson Street

Arlington does halloween despite rain

Arlington Halloween

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It’s the Great Pumpkin, Jakie Thompson

Impromptu pumpkin patch delights neighbors

Great Pumpkin

Five Myths About Recycling in Arlington

No, you shouldn’t bag your recyclables - ever.


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Fishy Story: Thousands of Fish Die in Four Mile Run, Cause Unknown

Conservationists interested in information on the origin of the incident

fish die

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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.

River Farm Hosts Alexandria's Spring Garden Market

American Horticultural Society event heralds growing season

River Farm

EcoAction Arlington Plants 170 Trees

Replanting canopy trees helps manage stormwater, shade, carbon


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Teens in Arlington Paint Sneakers to Raise Funds for At-Risk Youth

Arlington Arts Center wants to connect the art world with local community.

Painted sneakers

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Arlington's Sister City Teams up with Northside Social

An emotional crowd raised funds for Ukraine

Sister city

Arlington Activists Won’t Give up on Campaign Finance Reform

MoneyOutVA will ask legislators why good governance laws failed

Campaign finance

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Against New Virginia Policies

Teachers, students, and parents in Fairfax and Arlington protest the new governor’s campaign to control content in schools.

School content