Founder of African American Hall of Fame dies at 83.
“He did so much in furtherance of recognizing others and never took credit for it.” — The Hon. Nolan Dawkins of his brother Robert
Lawhorne, Knoernschild honored in Del Ray.
“This community literally would not be what it has become without people like Dana and Tommy.” — Del Ray resident Gayle Reuter
McDaniel awakens to Veterans Day tribute.
Ceremony honors veterans, Gold Star families.
Community gathers to walk and pray for peace.
“How do we live with war and peace at the same time, with love and hatred at the same time?” — Rabbi Steven Rein
David Baker honored as 2023 Living Legend.
The Shoe Hive celebrates 20 years.
“This was not very thought out – it was all very spontaneous and here we are 20 years later.” — The Shoe Hive owner Elizabeth Todd
Ann Allman and her husband, Frank Gulino, have lived in our area for forty years.
Reception to honor local legends to be held Oct. 18.
Photos by Steven Halperson/Tisara Studio
Mike Freedman, who found respite in radio early on and would become a radio network executive, journalism professor and university administrator, died at home in Alexandria, Va., surrounded by his family, on Sept. 18 from pancreatic cancer. He was 71.
Best in Business reception slated for Oct. 12.
“Our family has always been involved in the community.” — Donald Simpson Jr.
Families celebrate milestone birthdays.
“I have a beautiful family and could not ask for more.” — Norma Safren celebrating her 93rd birthday.
Carpenter’s Shelter girls get new back-to-school styles.
Sit in a Comfortable Chair—You Can’t Put These Books Down
Author in Alexandria
Elaine’s—from Alexandria, Egypt to Alexandria, Virginia