Sunday Roundup: Flying Fish Questions, Allison Goodhart, 4MR Market, and More!


Sunny Day at Jones Point
For our Sunday Roundup, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites in the Alexandria area to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed.

Cooler today and tomorrow but, warmer weather IS coming We’re still on the cool side today and tomorrow, but gradually warmer through midweek, with just a couple chances for light showers. (Capital Weather Gang)

About the abrupt closing of the Flying Fish on King Street Old Town residents craving sushi were left perplexed this week to be greeted with a sign on the front of the Flying Fish restaurant, a staple at 815 King St. since it opened in 2005, that said it was closing on Sunday, April 19 for “repairs and renovations.” (Alexandria Times)

Local realtor receives BIG honor Allison Goodhart of The Goodhart Group at McEnearney Associates, Inc. in Alexandria was selected as one of REALTOR Magazine’s “30 under 30” for 2015. Chosen from a pool of close to 400 nominees from around the country, the finalists were judged on community service, work ethic and commitment to their clients. (Alexandria Gazette)

Carpenter’s Cook off at The Birchmere This Sunday, April 26, 2015, Carpenter’s Shelter is bringing together new and old local restaurants at their 13th annual Cook-Off from noon to 3:00 p.m. at The Birchmere. Cook-Off is a fundraising event designed to raise money and awareness for Carpenter’s Shelter, one of Northern Virginia’s largest homeless shelters. (Alexandria Lifestyle)

The Four Mile Run Farmers’ Market is back! Last week was the first week for the market that runs Sundays through October at Four Mile Run Park. (DIY Del Ray)

Hotel fire last night in Fairfax County section of Alexandria Two hundred guests were evacuated after an electrical fire ignited at the Quality Inn & Suites in Alexandria early Sunday. (WJLA)

Washington Boulevard Bridge project starts Monday April 27 A major construction project starting Monday morning could mean big traffic tie-ups through Arlington County. (WUSA 9)

(Red Brick Town Flickr Pool photo by Lynn Stevens, on Flickr)


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