Another week down at ALXnow.
The big stories this week was a pair of dangerous situations in public places, with injuries at AMC Hoffman Center after a man walked into a theater and threatened the crowd and a man arrested for pulling out a gun outside a West End club.
- Several injured running out of AMC Hoffman Center movie theater on Saturday night
- Alexandria man arrested for allegedly brandishing handgun outside West End nightclub
- The Waypoint at Fairlington to open later this month
- Old Town Cocktail Week starts this Friday, and here’s what’s on the menu
- These two popular Alexandria art festivals are just around the corner
- City Manager picks new spokesperson for the City of Alexandria
- New report highlights progress at Fort Ward and a look at what’s ahead
- Planning Commission backs ‘Vola’s’ expansion, laments death of taco truck
- ACPS focusing on staff and student absenteeism
- Artisan market pop-up planned for Port City next weekend
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