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Manumission Tours

Adding to the Wealth of Alexandria’s Historical Record By Kris Gilbertson In 2015, when the City Council debated redevelopment of the Ramsey Homes, Council member John...

Port City Brewing Company

Improving on a tradition as old as Alexandria By Kris Gilbertson When Bill and Karen Butcher launched the Port City Brewing Company on Wheeler Avenue in...

Discovering Alexandria: The 20th Century Premieres December 1 on WETA TV...

The conclusion of the documentary trilogy captures the evolution of Alexandria, Virginia from the 1900’s to present-day A new film produced by WETA, the...

Shaping Up at the Barre

By Kris Gilbertson If you strolled by the city park at Pendleton and North Fayette Streets on a recent Saturday, you’d have witnessed rows of...

2016 Finalists for “Best Decorated House” in Del Ray, Alexandria

Finalists Announced in Decorating Contest Part of 20th Annual Del Ray Halloween Parade Festivities The Del Ray Halloween Parade Committee released the list of the...

Sandy Modell

The Mother of DASH Is Starting a New Chapter By Kris Gilbertson This is the story of how a young girl from Brooklyn, New York, grew...

Committee Recommends Changing Jefferson Memorial Highway Name

Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Confederate Memorials and Street Names Issues Report to Alexandria City Council   The Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Confederate Memorials and...

Alexandria Country Day School

Preparing Students for a Diverse and Complex World By Kris Gilbertson Thirty-three years ago, a group of parents and educators joined forces to found a school...

Fine Art Dolls to Visit Alexandria in July

And Bring a Touch of Fantasy to Our City By Kris Gilbertson On July 18, the National Institute of American Doll Artists will convene its 2016...

Living Legends 2016

A Fun and Glamorous Night in a Stunning Venue By Kris Gilbertson If you haven’t yet stepped inside the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office, put...
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