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In Z Hood: VTV Foundation Reaching Out for a Better World

By Kelly MacConomy The Virginia Tech Victims Family Outreach Foundation has been very active in the Alexandria Community since Parkfairfax resident and longtime Alexandria activist...

Home Away for the Holidays at Cottage LeFay

By Kelly MacConomy Over the river and through the woods to a winery tasting we will go. Driving along the wine trails less travelled...

It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Awards Season Encore

By Kelly MacConomy ‘Tis the season to see movies! Fa La La La Land promises to put out its best and brightest films as a...

They’re Poets and They Know It: The Great Del Ray Poetry...

By Kelly MacConomy Crayon your calendar for Friday, November 16, 7:00-9:00 p.m. at St. Elmo’s Cafe for this month’s Great Del Ray Poetry Reading. Join...

KidZ in Z Hood: Portrait of an Artist as a Young...

By Kelly MacConomy Eight-year-old 3rd grader Noura Barka can’t remember a time in her life when art was not central to her sense of self....

A Salute to Armistice: A Veterans Day Tribute

By Kelly MacConomy Sunday, November 11 is Veterans Day. Veterans Day is an official United States federal holiday honoring those who served in the Armed...

One Small Step for A Man: Free Solo and First Man...

By Kelly MacConomy There is something at once intimidating yet exhilarating when confronted by the indomitable spirit of those who reach beyond the precepts of...

Oh Shenandoah!

Wine and Spirits Along the Roads Less Travelled By Kelly MacConomy “Almost heaven, West Virginia.... Blue Ridge Mountains, Shenandoah River. Life is old there. Older than...

The Power of a Song

By Kelly MacConomy Virginia native and West End Alexandrian Jason Masi has been tirelessly making music since he left Longwood University 15 years ago to...

Speakeasy and Carry a Full Glass

By Kelly MacConomy September 22 marked the 102nd anniversary of the State of Virginia voting on and passing a prohibition law back in 1916, three...