Insight Properties unveiled a first experiment in what promises to be an exploding trend in the Post-Covid-19 world, accommodating to what will undoubtedly become a massive work-from-home movement.
The sanctity of the ballot is well-established in this country. The security of the ballot also was assumed to be sacrosanct.
The prominent name of Syphax is associated by most Arlingtonians with education activist Evelyn Syphax, for whom our Education Center is named.
“Even in our privileged corner of Northern Virginia, great needs persist, and this is especially true because of recent Covid19-induced economic challenges that have impacted our most vulnerable neighbors.”
Although Virginia has been thoughtfully managing the pandemic, Coronavirus is still among us.
“Be afraid. Be very afraid.” That seemed to be the message delivered by the Republican National Convention last week.
Nothing official yet, but word is that an entrepreneurial builder is bidding to purchase the coveted historic Rouse property at Wilson Blvd. and N. McKinley St.
May future generations envy that they were not here for this, too.
In just the first two days of the RNC convention, a generalized “the media” has been identified as the “enemy” by no fewer than 11 speakers.
Last week’s Democratic National Convention proved, perhaps surprisingly, that the political process can be well-served, and well done, without all the hoopla that usually frames the selection of a party’s candidate for the presidency.