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Morning Notes

Zoe’s Kitchen closes at Bradlee — “Fast-casual restaurant that featured Mediterranean-style food closed its doors; Cava will move in.” [Alexandria Living Magazine]

It’s Wednesday — Partly cloudy throughout the day. High of 85 and low of 67. Sunrise at 5:47 am and sunset at 8:39 pm. []

New musical coming to Alexandria — “An Alexandria minority-owned performing arts company will present its latest original musical over five days in July.” [Patch]

Locals invited to National Night Out — “The Alexandria Police Department is inviting community members, families, residents, and stakeholders to celebrate National Night Out (NNO) with us on Tuesday, August 2, 2022.” [Twitter]

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After a flurry of activity, the Del Ray Christmas tree is finally at home at Pat Miller Neighborhood Square. The 32-foot-tall Fraser fir was lifted by a crane and installed…

French and Italian tableware and home goods boutique Crème de la Crème will open at 907 King Street in March. The Middleburg-based retailer recently signed a five-year lease with building…

Alexandrians who have been trying to flood-proof their homes should find it a little easier to get city funding. Alexandria’s Flood Mitigation Grant Program received an update in October that…

Good Tuesday morning, Alexandria! ☀️ Today’s weather: Expect a mostly sunny day, with temperatures reaching a high of around 38 degrees. The northwest wind will be ranging from 6 to…

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Christmas Through The Ages

Christmas Through The Ages – Join the Washington Men’s Camerata, and Guest Director Scott Tucker for a program of Christmas and holiday music spanning the centuries through today, featuring the music of Bach, Lauridsen, Abbie Betinis, and many others.


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