Tag: little theatre of alexandria

LTA’s “Rumors” is a pitch perfect, maddening farce

By Jordan Wright I suppose you might say the conflict at the center of “Rumors,” the latest production from the Little Theatre of Alexandria, is...

LTA’s quirky comedy ‘Ripcord’ provides a necessary respite

By Jordan Wright It’s nearly impossible to calculate the thrill of a live audience when you’ve been deprived of the joy of a shared experience...

Entertainment venues reopen in phase three

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] For the first time since Gov. Ralph Northam (D-VA) issued a stay at home order on March 30, local theaters...

Residents organize homemade mask-making efforts

By Luke Anderson | [email protected] Alexandria residents are dusting off their sewing machines to create homemade face masks, the must-have fashion – and safety –...

Live from quarantine: Local arts organizations adapt to social distancing

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] On Tuesday evening, the night singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton was scheduled to perform at the Birchmere, the seats and stage at...

Alexandrians brace for coronavirus outbreak

By Luke Anderson | [email protected] As the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread globally, Alexandria residents and businesses are bracing for an outbreak. Some are already...

Permit parking changes approved by city council

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] City council approved a staff-recommended change to amend the city’s residential permit parking program during its public hearing on Saturday. While...

Our View: Responsiveness on parking

Saturday’s public hearing is an example of the city heeding the wishes of residents on an issue important to them. After city staff proposed limiting...

City proposes residential parking permit changes

By Cody Mello-Klein | [email protected] Changes to the city’s residential parking permit program are underway and both residents and businesses are concerned about what the...

Holiday Gift Guide: Experience the fun of Alexandria

By Eileen Abbott  A Christmas or Hanukkah gift doesn’t have to be something you wear or look at or use in your home. Experiential gifts...