Alexandria, VA –
July 5 – Monday
Living on Music with Steve Houk. Steve welcomes Jason Masi, revered local acoustic/soul/R & B singer-songwriter who has released four albums and plays 250 dates a year.
July 6 – Tuesday
Meet the Alexandria Harmonizers, a local men’s acappella group that’s been performing for more than 70 years.
July 8 – Thursday
Make It Alexandria with Alyssa Kovach. Stay tuned to The Zebra’s Facebook page for program details.
July 12 – Monday
Living on Music with Steve Houk. Steve welcomes Holly Montgomery, bassist/singer/songwriter who has a new album on the way, her own band, and also plays with “supergroup” The Honey Larks.
July 13 – Tuesday
Reading, Writing and Ralph. Ralph welcomes Peter Smith, author of Someone’s Catching Hell, a sharply written war novel that powerfully evokes the camaraderie and conflict of a Marine headquarters during wartime.
July 15 – Thursday
The Virginia Amos Show. Stay tuned to The Zebra’s Facebook page for program details.
July 19 – Monday
Living on Music with Steve Houk. Steve welcomes Juliana MacDowell, respected “soulful Americana” singer-songwriter with earthy vocals and moving original songs.
July 20 – Tuesday
Meet some of Alexandria’s Animals who are up for adoption at the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.
July 21 – Wednesday
Legal Matters with Paul J. Dean, Esquire. Contractors! Paul will explore some common legal issues and pitfalls working with contractors and signing contracts.
July 22 – Thursday
Eddie Gonzalez joins Alyssa on Make It Alexandria to discuss his all-encompassing passion for food. We’ll learn about his journey as the owner of Apothecary Spices, a boutique spice company providing high-quality spice blends to meet your grilling and roasting needs.
July 26 – Monday
Living on Music with Steve Houk. Steve welcomes Scott Kurt and Joe Chavira in this special double-header. Country-style artist Scott returns to play music and catch up; Joe updates us on his Trini Lopez Tribute in Vegas in August.
July 27 – Tuesday
Living on Music with Steve Houk. Ralph welcomes Bill Lewers, author of Eighteen Days in New York, a novel that puts readers on the floor of Madison Square Garden during a remarkable historical political event in 1924.
July 28 – Wednesday
Join Trash or Treasure host Monika Schiavo for an interview with one of the country’s furniture experts – Alexandria’s own Oscar Fitzgerald. The former museum curator, author, and professor discusses log cabins in our city, including the one in his own backyard! We also visit Alexandria Auctions to see the latest valuables up for sale and take a look at the care and conservation of paper and prints.
July 29 – Thursday
Sue Henry is the owner and creative director of Tulusa, a textile studio in Del Ray. Sue joins Alyssa on Make It Alexandria to discuss the Tulusa brand and what it means to live at the intersection of artful creativity and everyday practicality. Their handmade, block-printed housewares bring joy to treasured spaces and help make homes an inspired place to be.