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  • Around Arlington – April 21,2014

    On this episode, could changes be coming to Courthouse Square? Did you know Arlington has one of the largest flea markets in the US? Affordable housing gets a bit larger thanks to APAH. And it’s time for some spring cleaning!

  • Courthouse Square: 2 1/2 Days in 2 1/2 Minutes

    Arlington Virginia’s Courthouse Square: 2 1/2 Days in 2 1/2 Minutes

  • Around Arlington – April 07, 2014

    In this edition of Around Arlington, we take a look at the new Arlington County Fire Training Academy, a new way to count bicyclists on our trails, a fast new fiber optic network coming to Arlington, two exciting author talks, a peek at what the streetcar could mean long term for our area, and more.

  • Arlington Historical Society: Destruction of East Arlington

    Nancy Perry talks about the destruction of East Arlington and Queen City to make room for the Pentagon.

  • Around Arlington – March 25,2014

    In this episode, history comes alive at Fort Ethan Allen, 122 new afforadble housing apartments open on Columbia Pike, Bill Cosby visits Rosslyn for a special event, and we celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.

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Next Generation of Metro Panel Discussion

Next Generation of Metro Panel Discussion

Four transportation officials discuss the next generation of Metrorail and Metrobus.

Courthouse Square: 72 Hours in 7.2 Minutes

Courthouse Square: 72 Hours in 7.2 Minutes

Courthouse Square time lapse photography

Changing Face of Retail

Panel Discussion: The Changing Face of Retail

A panel discussion on the changing face of retail, part of the Roundabouts Speaker Series sponsored by the Arlington County Planning Division.

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Around Arlington – March 10, 2014

In this episode, we honor the 2013 DESIGNArlington awardwinners, learn how kids are teaming up with police to help change our community, see how a new transitway can help with traffic, marvel at new art lighting up Rosslyn, and mourn the loss of a beloved Arlington employee.

Bruce Leonard on the Changing Face of Retail

Bruce Leonard on the Changing Face of Retail

Bruce Leonard of Streetsense discusses the future of retail.

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Potholes in Arlington

There’s five seasons in Arlington—spring, summer, fall, winter and pothole season! Learn how potholes form, how the County takes action to fill them, and what you can do to report a problem.

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Around Arlington – February 24, 2014

On this episode, we’ll look at the future of Rosslyn, and why there is currently so much traffic. Also, the County receives a grant to help bring technology and national security together in Arlington, a local park gets some much needed upgrades, and the new decal for your car has been announced.

ArlingtonVA mobile APP

The new ArlingtonVA mobile APP

Introducing the new ArlingtonVA mobile app that lets you connect with the County in a whole new way. See an issue, then report it on the spot.

Center for Local History

Center for Local History

“Digitizing opens up a whole world to be able to share these things, but nothing can replace holding that Civil War letter” says Judy Knudsen when describing how Arlington Public Library’s Center for Local History is changing, yet remaining the same.  Formerly known as the Virginia Room, the new name better describes the scope of […]

Around Arlington - February 10, 2014

Around Arlington – February 10, 2014

In this episode, the Arlington County Fire Department has an important message for all residents to help keep everyone safe this winter. Also, Arlington wins a prestigious award, the County Board approves a major redevelopment, and a look at African American History Month.