‘Kinetic Image’ Through February 24 at Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center (105 North Union St., Alexandria). Gallery hours: Noon – 5 p.m., Wednesday through Sunday. 703-838-4565×4, or see www.torpedofactory.org.
Handel’s “Messiah,” National Symphony Orchestra, Kennedy Center Concert Hall, through Sunday afternoon.
After Dark Horrorfest, November 9 – 18 at Select Theaters Nationwide
If you’re spending an evening in Old Town Alexandria this summer, be sure to stroll by Mai Thai to appease your appetite. The restaurant takes traditional Thai cuisine and serves it up with a trendy style, both in the atmosphere of the place and the presentation of the dishes.
Helicopter sculpture made from found objects at Del Ray Artisans through July 9.
PAUL QUINN of Falls Church’s Antique House was the guest auctioneer at last weekend’s benefir supporting the Fall Church-based Northern Virginia AIDS Ministry (NOVAM) at the Torpedo Factory in Alexandria.
As he cooks the evening meal, Falls Church author, singer and at-home-dad James Oglethorpe can be heard talking or singing to himself as he develops plots and characters for a new book or prepares for his next concert.
26th Annual Alexandria St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Saturday, March 3 in Old Town Alexandria
The 2007 U.S. Figure Skating Championships (commonly referred to as Nationals) start on Jan. 21 in Spokane, Washington. In a post-Olympic year, competition is always fierce as up-and-comers look to make their marks. There are 12 events, with ladies, men, pairs and ice dancers competing at the novice, junior and […]
Since the early 90s there have been more than 50 books on The Doors and the life of legendary frontman Jim Morrison, but just about all of them omitted Morrison’s teenage ties to the Washington, D.C. area. With “The Lizard King Was Here: The Life and Times of Jim Morrison […]