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Special guest Olalekan Jeyifous to be featured on this month’s Speak...

Internationally-renowned artist Olalekan Jeyifous stopped by the studio this month for the third episode of Speak Easy, the Alexandria Times podcast.  Jeyifous might not be...

Speak Easy: The Alexandria Times Podcast

Welcome to Speak Easy, the Alexandria Times' first podcast. Each month, our reporters will sit down with noteworthy residents, business owners, artists and community...

Pat M. Booth dies at 83

Pat M. Booth returned to her Heavenly Father on Jan. 5, 2020. She passed peacefully in the morning unexpectedly. Pat was born two months premature...

Alexandria Times’ first podcast arrives next week

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Speak Easy, the Alexandria Times’ first foray into the world of podcasting, is set to hit the airwaves next week...

Our View: New Times initiatives for 2020

We’re excited to announce two noteworthy initiatives at the Alexandria Times, which we believe will significantly contribute to civic understanding in our city. The first,...

Our View: Thanks to the unseen, essential workers

When readers get their copy of the Alexandria Times each week, their first impression is our front page – particularly the photos, stories and...

My View | Denise Dunbar: Get that scooter off my sidewalk

Part 1 of 2 Frequent readers of the Alexandria Times know that during 2019 this newspaper has exhaustively reported on scooters in our city. In...

Your Views: Unequal cartoon

To the editor: The two examples in the Nov.7, 2019 opinion cartoon are not equal. Former Vice President Joe Biden was working to protect the...

My View | Denise Dunbar: Perspective fairness and free speech

The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution guarantees both freedom of speech and of the press, while organizations like the Society of Professional Journalists...

Your Views: Sen. Ebbin’s critique was misguided

To the editor: It is unusual for elected officials to criticize newspapers because the way our system works is that newspapers are supposed to criticize...