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Enjoy Your Christmas Meal At These Restaurants In Alexandria

Some years, the thrill in the kitchen is gone. The holidays may be approaching, but the constant kitchen duties for families nationwide over the past half-year have begun to lose their luster. Not to worry! The city’s restaurants have you covered with a home-cooked meal that requires very little home cooking. From classic Christmas dinner to extensive plant-based menus, here are a couple of best bets this holiday season. Continue reading “Enjoy Your Christmas Meal At These Restaurants In Alexandria”

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Old Town Jazzes Up By Outcasts Brass Band

The Outcasts Brass Band is a group started by T.C. Williams High School musicians who are performing at Market Square on the weekends over the past two years. The band has made a name for itself with a lively fusion of jazz, rock, funk, and pop. From Herbie Hancock, jazz fusion classics, and the White Stripes’ “Seven Nation Army” to bouncy soul songs and instantly recognizable pop hits, the Outcasts want to get audiences moving. Continue reading “Old Town Jazzes Up By Outcasts Brass Band”

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Enjoy Food With Entertainment At Glory Days Grill And Bar

Glory Days Grill is a sports-themed family-friendly American grill and bar. It combines an award-winning menu of freshly prepared appetizers, entrées, and sandwiches with entertainment that appeals to all ages. Dining rooms of Glory Days are open with occupied booths and tables spaced for social distancing. The patios are popular with diners and “to-go” orders may be placed online. Continue reading “Enjoy Food With Entertainment At Glory Days Grill And Bar”

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Be A Part Of Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale

This weekend, the city’s annual Summer Sidewalk Sale will take place in Old Town and Del Ray. On Aug. 15 and 16, don a mask or face covering and go to the event, where more than 60 local retailers will be manning socially-distanced tables outdoors and selling steeply discounted summer merchandise. Find deals on everything from clothes and jewelry to home decor and culinary goods to seasonal gift items. Continue reading “Be A Part Of Alexandria Summer Sidewalk Sale”

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Sunny Weather Urged Holiday Crowd To Be Out In Alexandria

Scores of people flocked to Old Town over the Memorial Day weekend despite the city’s stay-at-home order that is technically still in effect amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The skies were too sunny and the weather too tempting on this day. Kevin Mamon, who gathered with close friends in Founders Park May 23 said, “This is too pretty a day to waste it at home A lot of us just graduated from George Mason [University] and just want to get out. We try to plan something like this every two weeks…we aren’t really afraid of the virus among ourselves.” Continue reading “Sunny Weather Urged Holiday Crowd To Be Out In Alexandria”

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Southern Entrance Approved By City Council For Potomac Yard Metro Station

The much-discussed southern entrance of Potomac Yard Metro station was unanimously approved by city council during Saturday’s public hearing. The hearing was held remotely via Zoom. The approved design now includes a southern entrance pavilion, including elevators and stairs, with a pedestrian bridge that connects to the northern entrance. Continue reading “Southern Entrance Approved By City Council For Potomac Yard Metro Station”

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Monumental Theatre And Go-Go’s Music Presents “Head Over Heels”

“Head Over Heels” is a 16th-century romance rendered in period-appropriate prose. It was mashed together with the instantly recognizable music of the 1980s all-female pop-rock group the Go-Go’s throughout its 2018 run on Broadway. Monumental Theatre Company Director Jimmy Mavrikes went into one of those Broadway performances highly skeptical, but he left a convert. Continue reading “Monumental Theatre And Go-Go’s Music Presents “Head Over Heels””

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