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‘God of Carnage’ delivers laughs, insight

‘God of Carnage’ delivers laughs, insight

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Keith Waters) Sharon Field and Rance Willis produce this tidy rendition of French playwright and social satirist Yasmina Reza’s 2009 Tony award-winning play “God of Carnage.” It’s a kind of “Thinking Man’s Guide [...]

Despite losing star player, Episcopal enjoy successful year on court

Despite losing star player, Episcopal enjoy successful year on court

By Chris Teale (Courtesy photo) Even in a team sport like basketball, it can be tough to replace a star player. Episcopal’s girls team discovered that first hand this season as they sought to fill the [...]

City officials approve plans for new Old Dominion Boat Club property

City officials approve plans for new Old Dominion Boat Club property

By Susan Hale Thomas (Photo/City of Alexandria) Members of the Planning Commission and the Old Dominion Boat Club agreed last week’s meeting marked an end to the dark chapter of waterfront litigation and the beginning of [...]

Breaking: T.C. Williams student found dead

Breaking: T.C. Williams student found dead

Updated Friday March 13 at 12:10 p.m. By Times staff (File photo) Law enforcement officials announced Friday that the T.C. Williams sophomore found dead on Thursday died as a result from “descent from a building,” but [...]

Metroway exceeds early expectations

Metroway exceeds early expectations

By Susan Hale Thomas (File photo) Early on a Sunday morning last August, Dino Drudi woke up, got dressed and left his home precisely at 7:15 a.m. Drudi was on his way to church in Bethesda, [...]

Recreational programs could see fee increases

Recreational programs could see fee increases

By Susan Hale Thomas (Photo/Susan Hale Thomas) As part of Acting City Manager Mark Jinks’ proposal to close a $31 million budget gap, city leaders hope to raise nearly half a million dollars in revenues by [...]

Signature Theatre’s ‘Kid Victory’ is haunting

Signature Theatre’s ‘Kid Victory’ is haunting

By Jordan Wright (Photo/Margot Schulman) Luke is frightened. He can’t relate to anyone anymore and can’t explain where he’s been. At 17 years old he vanished, and now, one year later, he has returned to his [...]

Chinquapin Olympic pool dead in the water?

Chinquapin Olympic pool dead in the water?

By Susan Hale Thomas (Photo/Susan Hale Thomas) The results are in on the estimated cost to construct a new indoor Olympic-sized pool at Chinquapin Park Recreation Center, and they’re not looking good. At $30.7 million, the [...]

Silberberg announces mayoral run

Silberberg announces mayoral run

By Susan Hale Thomas (Photo/Susan Hale Thomas) Braving streets and sidewalks glazed with ice, more than 100 residents came out to support Allison Silberberg as she announced her candidacy for mayor at Los Tios in Del [...]

No new taxes in city budget proposal

No new taxes in city budget proposal

By Erich Wagner and Susan Hale Thomas (File photo) Despite facing a $31 million budget gap as recently as December, Acting City Manager Mark Jinks proposed a balanced budget that not only keeps tax rates flat [...]