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Arlington’s Instagram Style

I regularly scour Instagram to spotlight cool happenings, curious people, and interesting stuff throughout Arlington, Virginia. Here’s a rundown of the best recent Instagram finds including:

  • Highlights from Clarendon Day
  • A look back at Rosslyn in the late ’50s
  • And a look forward to National Voter Registration Day. Remember your vote is your voice … but you have to be registered to be able to vote!

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Help End Hunger in Arlington during Hunger Action Month

September is Hunger Action Month and the Arlington Food Assistance Center (AFAC) has a number of community events to help end hunger in our Arlington community.

Did you know that even though Arlington has one of the highest median household incomes in the country, AFAC serves more than 2,300 families having limited or uncertain access to food, reduced food intake, and disrupted eating patterns every week?
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Arlington’s Instagram Style

I regularly scour Instagram to spotlight cool happenings, curious people, and interesting stuff in Arlington, Virginia. Here’s a rundown of the best Instagram finds, including:

  • Operation Fire Paws – with many cute puppies & firefighters
  • An operation to help service men and women who are overseas
  • And two of the best views (one new!) in Arlington, VA

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Recharging In Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

While my personal and professional life is focused on Arlington, VA, I also love to travel. This summer I was able to visit my former real estate mentor and partner Tracy Walczak at her beautiful home in the Bitterroot Valley of Montana.

It was a great opportunity to catch up and recharge.

Tracy is now a Realtor® in Montana and lives with her husband Paul in Darby, MT. And the view from the deck of their home is amazing (see photo in gallery above). And, just a little different from when they lived in the Yorktown neighborhood of Arlington!

And, since I was in Montana, it was also a great chance to visit Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

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Arlington’s Instagram Style

I regularly scour Instagram to spotlight cool happenings, curious people, and interesting stuff in Arlington, Virginia. Here’s a rundown of the best Instagram finds, including:

  • A Washingtonian “Best Of” pie
  • A new show by a local photographer
  • And a registration deadline for youth football

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Get A Taste Of Arlington And Help Local Charities

The 31st Annual Taste of Arlington will be held Sunday, May 20, in Ballston. The event features some 60 local restaurants and food trucks, wine, spirit and beer gardens, live music on two stages and more.

Restaurants – including local faves Ambar, Bistro 1521, Little Miss Whoppie, Pamplona and Texas Jack’s Barbecue – will be competing to be named “Best of the Best.”

Two stages with live music will run from noon until 6 p.m. with bands including Jumpin’ Jupiter and White Ford Bronco. There’s also a KidZone and a pop-up BarkPark for our four-legged friends.
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Opening Dates For 7 Great Arlington Farmers Markets

Now that spring has sprung, local Arlington farmers markets will soon be opening or expanding their offerings of fresh local produce, meats, breads, prepared foods, specialty items and more for peak season.

I have been visiting the Arlington Farmers Market in Courthouse market to buy directly from and talk to the local farmers for many years. There’s also a wonderful community vibe and an amazing selection.

But there are a wide variety of local fresh farm markets to choose from in the Arlington, VA, area. Here are the opening dates and details for 7 great farmers markets in Arlington and Falls Church:
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