The Arlington County Board will adopt the Fiscal Year 2021 Capital Improvement Plan and act on dozens of other items at its July meeting.
Arts & Culture News
The $35,000 Art Works grant will support a multi-cultural artist residency project for the Columbia Hills and Columbia Grove affordable housing communities.
Award-winning poet and Marymount University Professor Holly Karapetkova will advocate for poetry and literary arts
Marking a major milestone in the completion of the Corridor of Light, a thirteen-year effort to create a vibrant gateway for Rosslyn’s central corridor, the installation of Luminous Bodies by Cliff Garten is set to conclude on Monday, June 1, 2020.
The Center for Local History (CLH) seeks community donations of everyday materials and objects to help document an extraordinary period in our history.
Arlington County is seeking an advocate for poetry and the literary arts as applications are now being accepted for a Poet Laureate for the 2020-2022 term.
Arlington will celebrate Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr’s life and legacy on Sunday, January 19, 5-6:30 p.m. at Wakefield High School with a tribute in music, dance and spoken word. “Most people know the story of desegregation in the United States, but too few know the true story of integration here in Arlington. Arlington was the first county in […]
Thousands of historic materials, some of which date back to the late 1840’s, have been returned to Arlington County.
Confusion over Alexandria City and Alexandria County leads civic federation to call for new name for the County.
The Arlington County Board today took action on dozens of items — here are some of the highlights.