Among the many benefits of the new W&OD Bridge over Lee Highway is its recovered view of the old rusted railroad tracks.
Author: Charlie Clark
In the latest wrinkle in the renaming battles, county Board Member Christian Dorsey said decision makers should not “cater” to those for whom name changes present an “inconvenience or a mild preference” if the current name “causes deeply hurt feelings.”
The blue sign and multi-hued banners off of Washington Blvd. proclaim these Westover garden-style apartments as “Fisher House: Now Leasing.”
The multi-hued palette of complexion and clothing that populates Columbia Pike was captured in crisp photography, ready for the rollout exhibit of 50 images, in March 2020.
Our minds on baseball, few of us who’ve suited up to play on the diamonds at Barcroft Park gave much thought to the facility’s namesake. In later life, I can compensate.
My early springtime treat: A unique and spectacular elevated view of the roiling Potomac River.
Odd timing: During a pandemic, Arlington Public Schools appears ready to remove the name of Walter Reed from a building named for him in 1938.
It’s elementary school dismissal time, Covid era, parochial edition.
Our Ballston crossroads, at the start of World War II, was hardly the neon commercial hub the county flocks to today.
Come March 1, a red-brick windowless box known to long-timers as Kann’s Department Store will bite the dust.