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‘Growing Pride in the Garden’ Event Held In Alexandria

Pride Month officially wraps one week from Thursday, but there’s still time to celebrate. The Garden ALX hosts “Growing Pride in the Garden” on Sunday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. “Our nonprofit Athena [Rapid Response Innovation Lab] was looking for something to do with Pride Month,” Programming and Marketing Senior Associate Emma Quinn told WTOP. “We’ve been 3D-printing a bunch of fun rainbow planters, so you can grow your own [LGBTQ+] pride by picking up a succulent and planting it in one of these 3D planters.” Continue reading "‘Growing Pride in the Garden’ Event Held In Alexandria"
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6th Virginia Location Of Bob & Edith’s Diner To Open

A family-owned diner with roots in Virginia dating back to 1969 will open a sixth location in Old Town Alexandria this year. Second-generation owner Greg Bolton, along with his two children Tammy and Chris Bolton, will open Bob & Edith’s 24-hours, the 7-days-a-week restaurant at 1743 King St. this fall. The location had been Ernie’s Crab House and is across from the King Street Metro. Continue reading "6th Virginia Location Of Bob & Edith’s Diner To Open"
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Cars Given To Alexandria Hometown Heroes For Community Work

Two Alexandria women were presented with a Mazda MX-5 Miata 100th Anniversary Special Edition sportscar on Dec. 15, 2020, as part of the Mazda Heroes: Honoring the Human Spirit program. Elementary school art teacher Rachel Williams and nurse and health policy graduate Kristina Davis were honored at Brown’s Alexandria Mazda for their community efforts throughout the pandemic. Continue reading "Cars Given To Alexandria Hometown Heroes For Community Work"
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Bikeshare Expansion To Be Sped Up In Alexandria With 7 New Stations

Alexandrians living in the Virginia city’s West End can expect to see expanded Capital Bikeshare service years ahead of schedule. Starting in January or February 2021, the City of Alexandria will purchase and deploy seven previously-used stations to accelerate its planned bike-share expansion by between two and five years. Continue reading "Bikeshare Expansion To Be Sped Up In Alexandria With 7 New Stations"
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Learn About Cedar Knoll Restaurant

Cedar Knoll Restaurant is built around a log cabin dating back to the 1800s and features sweeping views of the Potomac River. The restaurant, located on land that belonged to George Washington, has acclaimed American – French cuisine, and a fun atmosphere.  The menu of the restaurant is modern and innovative while the furnishings are true to the historic Mount Vernon roots. Continue reading "Learn About Cedar Knoll Restaurant"

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Car Tax Deadline Extended In Alexandria

Alexandria residents who own cars can now pay their car taxes in the Virginia city until December. The Alexandria City Council has extended the deadline because of the coronavirus pandemic. The deadline had been Oct. 5 for the personal property tax, but the new deadline for the car tax and business personal property tax is Dec. 15. Late payments will be subject to a 10% penalty. Continue reading "Car Tax Deadline Extended In Alexandria"
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T.C. Williams High School Held A Virtual Graduation Ceremony For The Class Of 2020

A virtual graduation ceremony was held by T.C. Williams High School on June 13. Students and families celebrated across the city. Several speakers addressed the graduates, including ACPS Superintendent Dr. Gregory Hutchings, class president Amiya Chisolm, and 2016 graduate and U.S. Olympian Noah Lyles, who proudly displayed the graduation cap that he had decorated with the Olympic rings. Continue reading "T.C. Williams High School Held A Virtual Graduation Ceremony For The Class Of 2020"

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