Author Beth Macy reads from and discusses her book, “Factory Man”.
Arts & Entertainment
Photographer Lloyd Wolf discusses and shows images from the Columbia Pike Documentary Project.
How Arlington County used Design Thinking Principals to redesign community services.
In this episode, the votes are in, and John Vihstadt has been re-elected to the County Board. Also, November is Animal Shelter Appreciation month so we celebrate in style, a new farmers market is opening up in Fairlington, and its time to prepare yourself against the flu.
In this episode, we celebrated some new parks around town, gained insight at the third annual Women in Business Conference, danced our way into helping the library’s early literacy program, redefined marriage in the commonwealth with a ground breaking announcement and shared some tips on how to stay safe this Halloween, plus so much more.
On this episode, there is a new police chief in town for a day, we explore Arlington’s amazing public art program, Courthouse Square gets one step closer to a major update, Metro’s silver line heads into Arlington, and major improvements to several parks and neighborhoods thanks to the Capital Improvement Plan.
Ballston, Arlington’s epicenter for discovery, brings a dynamic mix of business and leisure. Located at the western gateway of Arlington’s business corridor and easily reached via Metro’s Orange and Silver Lines, Ballston is a hub of science and technology, and hotels offer all the amenities business travelers need.
In this episode, we look at how the county is making one section of Pentagon City safer to travel, an addition of some new Notable trees, a reopening of a local park that is fit for kids and adults, and we honor the women of vision in Arlington.
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.