Rule 5 Tuesday: Carly Fiorina, Reagan National Airport, Mason Social, Guacamole, and more!

by Lee Hernly, Editor

Early Morning at National (Reagan) Airport - Washington DC
For Rule 5 Tuesday, we scanned the local Alexandria, Virginia area blogs to find the most interesting stories in them you might have missed. Please show our fellow local bloggers some link love! For a list of our favorite local blogs, click this link.

Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee Lecture The Hero of Two Worlds: The Marquis de Lafayette, the Revolutionary War, and the French Revolution (Alexandria-Caen Sister City Committee)

Carly Fiorina – Native Virginian? Apparently, she now hails from Mason Neck, Virginia. (Bacon’s Rebellion)

A gardening consultation giveaway Spring planting time is here and we are positively thrilled to offer a giveaway of a one-hour gardening. (DIY Del Ray)

If you take a gun to the airport, you’ll likely get caught Virginians caught with handguns at National and Dulles airports. (Dr. Gridlock)

Should Congress tinker with Reagan National Airport rules? The letter to transportation leaders on the Hill urges them to keep rules in place at Reagan National Airport that limit the number of flights and the distance they can travel. (Dr. Gridlock)

The ULTIMATE Guide to Guacamole Just in time for Cinco de Mayo, a great post on guacamole (In a D.C. Minute)

Historic Photographs at Mason Social It’s quite obvious someone at this restaurant went to great lengths to give the place an historic vibe and feel.   In the main dining room, you will see two photos of industrial businesses that were located in close proximity to where the restaurant is. (Jaybird’s Jottings)

Spring Style & Cocktail Guide from Bishop Boutique In its latest offering, The 19th Hole: Styleguide & Cocktails, they have partnered with clothing boutique, Duchess M. The result is a variety of looks for this spring in summer that range from fun and flirty, to elegant and chic. (Old Town Boutique District Blog)

Four Mile Run Restoration The Four Mile Run Restoration projects begins a dramatic…and visible…new stage today as crews begin to work in earnest on the long-awaited (and long planned) pilot project. (The Arlandrian)

16 classes starting in May @ The Art League With Summer registration starting May 11, you might be tempted to think it’s too late to join Spring classes. Au contraire! (The Art League)

(Red Brick Town Flickr Pool photo by Corey Seeman, on Flickr)

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