Tag: Alexandria

Meet Alexandria’s mobile beauty mogul

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com Rubie Williams and hair stylist Lycia Conner see about eight clients every Thursday at Williams’ small, chic salon located on the...

Our View: Discovering the hidden gems of Alexandria

The best stories are often the ones that shed light on little-known people. “The Imitation Game,” released in 2014, told the overlooked story of how...

Despite late season dip, Aces reflect on best season yet

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com  After the Alexandria Aces blew an 11-run sixth inning lead in their first and only playoff game, team owner Don Dinan couldn’t...

String of flag burnings engulfs Westridge

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com Alexandria police and fire officials are investigating eight instances of flag vandalism that put some residents in the West End neighborhood...

Art Review: Sarah Nesbitt grasps truth of matter

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com If a concept or story is initially factual, but its facts are obscured, intentionally or not, by each retelling, is the...

Potomac Nationals consider move to Alexandria

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com City leaders have mixed views on the possibility of a minor league baseball team’s return to the Port City, with...

Alexandria resident dead after South Van Dorn Street crash

An accident on South Van Dorn Street over the weekend ended with the death of an Alexandria resident. The Alexandria Police Department responded to a single vehicle crash...

Alexandrian Jay Patrick Murray faces first hearing for UN appointment

By Alexa Epitropoulos | aepitropoulos@alextimes.com  Jay Patrick Murray is a familiar face for many Alexandrians. Murray, who served for 24 years with the U.S. Army and...

Art Review: Artist Sally Davies leaves a lasting impression

By Evan Berkowitz | eberkowitz@alextimes.com  Sally Davies has an intriguing attitude toward light. Nothing at all is absolute, and everything in a given scene becomes warm,...

Our View: Patriotic celebrations are the perfect antidote to recent events

When times are low, as they unmistakably have been in Alexandria recently, sometimes a good old display of patriotism is just what the doctor...
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