Author, former radio programmer and MTV Networks executive Beau Phillips discusses his book, “I Killed Pink Floyd’s Pig: Inside Stories of Sex, Drugs and Rock & Roll”.
White House press photographer Dennis Brack discusses his book, Presidential Picture Stories: Behind the Cameras at the White House.
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, 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.
In this episode, we’ll tell you about a new app that will help you around Arlington National Cemetery, when you can expect leaf collection to begin in your neighborhood and how to borrow gardening tools from the library. Also, nominations are being accepted for a major award in our community, and the police department wants to meet with the community to discuss what’s important to you.
Brigid Schulte reads from and discusses her book, Overwhelmed: Work, Love and Play When No One Has the Time
On this episode, we take a look at Tandem NSI’s recent National Security Deal Day at Artisphere, how Arlington has cut costs of new transit stops across the region, a look at Clarendon in the 1970s, and honor those law enforcement who gave their lives to protect our community.
Encore Learning and Arlington TV present a talk by on the recent history of spycraft in Arlington, by Dr. David Robarge, chief historian of the Central Intelligence Agency.