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SIMPLE TWIST OF FATE

Once a superstar at 20, Michelle Branch had to suffer hardship before a Black Key helped her rediscover happiness in a big way. By Steve...

LONG LOST SONG IGNITES A BOND

A song that sat unsung for decades sparks a unique and exciting collaboration. By Steve Houk It's a really cool thing when something written long ago...

“Legally blond” a Fizzy Summertime Treat at The Little Theatre of Alexandria

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Editor Did you ever ponder what a musical of the movie "Legally Blond" would be like?  Me, neither, but we...

Alexandria Soccer Association’s U15 Boys Futsal ID team WINS US NATIONAL Futsal Tournament Championship

Alexandria Soccer Association’s (ASA) U15 Boys Futsal ID team was crowned US Futsal National Champions Sunday evening. The Futsal - US Futsal Federation tournament,...

Greenstreet GreenWalls: Bringing the outdoors indoors

Because nature makes us feel better By Kris Gilbertson If we could time travel back to the 1980s and 90s, we’d see that plants—lots of...

Councilman John Taylor Chapman to Attend Nation’s Largest Summit for Young Elected Leaders

Will Join Progressive Elected Officials in San Francisco This week Alexandria City Councilman, John Taylor Chapman, will meet with fellow elected officials and national...

Neal Learner’s “Life: A Comic Opera in Three Short Acts” Will Surprise You...

By Sara Dudley Brown, Theatre Reviewer Last night’s presentation of “Life: A Comic Opera in Three Short Acts” at the D.C. Fringe Festival, treated me...
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