Morning Notes

by ARLnow.com September 17, 2012 at 8:49 am 2,857 14 Comments

Author to Discuss Potomac River — Local author Garrett Peck will discuss his book, The Potomac River: A History and a Guide, at Arlington Central Library (1015 N. Quincy Street) tonight. The free event will be held at the library’s auditorium from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. [Arlington Public Library]

Yorktown Wins, Again — The Yorktown Patriots varsity football squad chalked up another big win on Friday. The team defeated the Herndon Hornets by a score of 51-21. Bishop O’Connell also won on Friday, beating the St. Mary’s Ryken 17-13 on the road. Washington-Lee and Wakefield both lost. [Sun Gazette]

Cuccinelli Coming to Arlington for Constitution Day — Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli will celebrate today’s Constitution Day observance with the Arlington Falls Church Young Republicans. The group is hosting Cuccinelli at RiRa Irish Pub (2915 Wilson Blvd) in Clarendon starting at 7:00 p.m. [Facebook]

  • Rachel

    Yorktown is killing it this year. They look amazing like WVU.

    • SteamboatWillie

      Because Marshall and James Madison always have been the barometers of college football power. I like WVU’s team, but let’s wait until they’ve gotten into the meat of the Big 12 schedule before popping the champagne.

      • Tom


  • SATtestmaster


    • JohnB

      Joe Buck

  • Tom

    Mountaineers all the way!

  • B22201


    a. living in the past
    b. high school student
    c. pedobear
    d. doesn’t get out much

    • Tom


  • Arlington Cat

    Will the Cooch discuss and quote DC rat laws that don’t exist?

    • Drunk Irish Brawler

      Will there be a fistfight?

  • General Zod

    Love these Arlington high school football updates.

  • Nag

    will be flying the 787-8 from EWR

  • DCBuff

    Hey, wasn’t it RiRa where the youngster Repubs had their rumble recently? Maybe the Cooch will be there to throw a few punches at ArlCo Demmies.

  • Hank

    Man, I can’t imagine a more rockin’ time than hanging with Cuccinelli and the young republicans. Unless it’s that hip new indie band, Cuccinelli and the Young Republicans.


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