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Goal Exceeded! More Than $7K Raised to Give Arthur Sixsmith a...

Alexandria, VA - The community came together for Arthur Sixsmith this Christmas! The 74-year-old Alexandrian has been a local fixture for decades, and as...

It Was the Biggest EVER Del Ray Candy Cane Bar Crawl!

Alexandria, VA - How about that Del Ray Candy Cane Bar Crawl, huh? The 4th annual event, which was held on Dec. 14, was...

Foodie Newz: Our Favorites are Growing

Alexandria,VA- St. Elmo’s Coffee Pub is planning to open another location at 529 Montgomery St. in North Old Town. The location is part of the...

Let Loose: Have Fun in Alexandria This Veterans Day Weekend!

Alexandria, VA – The weather turned cold quickly! But that doesn’t stop businesses from putting on great events year round. Check out what’s going...

Tasty Goodies To Munch On At Art on the Avenue 2019!

Alexandria, VA – We are just counting down the days until this year’s Art on the Avenue on Oct. 5th from 10 a.m. to...

Two Quarters Gets You An Original Piece of Gumball Poetry at...

Alexandria, VA - Look no further at St. Elmo's Coffee Pub in Del Ray if you're looking for something sweet to go along with...

Dust off your bell bottoms and tie-dye and join the Del...

By Maureen Schweers ALEXANDRIA, VA - The 70's themed bar crawl featuring 13 of the area's top restaurants takes place Saturday, April 6th, from 2...

Renee Adams Celebrates 10 Years of her Poetry Fence

Sending poetry out into the world by Amanda M. Socci April offers many pleasantries, among them the sweet harmonies of birds, longer daylight hours, and National...

Alexandria Welcomes Its Next Poet Laureate

By Amanda M. Socci ALEXANDRIA, VA - On March 19, the Alexandria Commission for the Arts appointed Alexandria resident KaNikki Jakarta to be the city’s...

The Queens of Del Ray, Still Making History

A Driving Force Behind an American Main Street By Louise Muth Twenty-five years ago, Alexandria’s Del Ray neighborhood was largely a collection of neglected residential streets...
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