Afternoon Links: Losing that Neighborly Feeling in Del Ray Edition

by Lee Hernly, Editor
Del Ray Alexandria Virginia

Photo credit: Google Maps

For our Afternoon Links, we scanned the local papers, blogs, and news websites for a roundup of news and opinion from Alexandria, Virginia and around the area.

In the News

When is the peak of Hurricane season? Nature doesn’t flip a magic switch on a particular date. (CWG)

Electronic edition of the Alexandria Gazette Download the latest edition of the Alexandria Gazette in PDF format (Alexandria Gazette)

Electronic edition of the Alexandria Times Download the latest edition of the Alexandria Gazette in PDF format (Alexandria Times)

An unneighborly dispute in the friendly confines of Del Ray Architect Gaver Nichols is building a fence and a concrete garage about two feet from the property line of his neighbors, Paul and Patrice Linehan, blocking their kitchen window almost completely. (WaPo)

Where to dine around Del Ray morning noon and night The Alexandria neighborhood offers a mix of old favorites and recent arrivals. (Going Out Guide)

Girls in Alexandria, Virginia Little League I loved the moment when my 8-year-daughter Nadja told me she wanted to play baseball, and I didn’t hesitate for a moment with the answer, “yes, absolutely you can!” instead of letting her down with “only boys play baseball.” (DIY Del Ray)

Spray painting ‘The Art of Politics’ at the Art LeagueThe Art of Politics” has just opened at The Art League, and you can see it through Sunday, October 2! (Art League)

Video of the day

Firefighters in Ames, IA revive a cat who they rescued from a burning house.

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