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Old Town townhouse dubbed “hottest vacation rental” — “Tucked away on a quiet street in historic Alexandria, Virginia sits the Liberty House, a restored 162-year-old townhouse that was just dubbed the hottest vacation rental in the U.S.” [CNBC]

It’s Tuesday — Clear throughout the day. High of 45 and low of 25. Sunrise at 6:58 am and sunset at 7:30 pm. [Weather.gov]

Regular library service resumes next week — “Alexandria Library has announced it will resume regular operating hours and all services Monday, April 4. Hours were scaled back as a safety measure during the pandemic.” [Zebra]

Coworking space raises $35,000 for Ukraine — “Friday night, hundreds of Alexandrians gathered on the rooftop deck of ALX Community at The Atrium — in a new space called Above ALX — and raised more than $35,000 for Ukrainian refugees.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

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