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What’s On Sunday by KATHRYN SHATTUCK


By KATHRYN SHATTUCK

Television highlights.

Published: April 18, 2015 at 08:00PM

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Old Town Alexandria Ghost Tour

If you’re into ghost stories or supernatural phenomenons, this ghost tour in Alexandria, Virginia is just for you! It’s a walking tour around the downtown area the town with a guide who takes you outside buildings that have had eyewitness reports of noises, smells, and photos taken have shown small, multicolored orbs. 183 more words

Travel

Towing company responds after ESPN reporter Britt McHenry berates clerk

ARLINGTON, Va. (AP) – ESPN suspended reporter Britt McHenry on Thursday after a video surfaced of her insulting a towing company clerk’s intelligence, job and appearance. 299 more words

News

Computer Scientist Gives Virginia Voting Machines F- Security Grade

By Darren Smith, Weekend Contributor

A six year effort by Computer Scientist Jerry Epstein of SRI International has finally achieved fruition in his quest to decertify AVS WinVote Machines for election use due to what can described as extremely broken security measures and weaknesses in its design. 3,569 more words

Politics

Police Investigating After Woman Found Dead in Arlington

ARLINGTON, Va. — Authorities are investigating after a 42-year-old Arlington woman was found dead inside her home.

Arlington County police found the body of Bonnie Black on Friday. 129 more words

News

Spring In My Step

Yes, yet again we have failed and the blog has taken too long.

But happy first day of warmth everyone!

I’m actually writing this in the car, still wearing the same outfit, driving down to Charlottesville. 109 more words

Fashion

Metro: Man Arrested for Vandalizing 2 Train Cars

WASHINGTON — Metro Transit Police have arrested a New York man they say vandalized two train cars at a Virginia rail yard.

Metro says 24-year-old Jordan Reese McConeghy of Brooklyn, New York, was arrested Wednesday and will face charges including intentional property damage exceeding $1,000 and trespassing. 103 more words

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