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ARLnow Weekend Discussion

It’s the end of another week, but before we look at our most popular stories, here are some you might have missed:

Longtime outdoor store Casual Adventure will be open through at least Christmas, while plans for redevelopment nearby could come before the Planning Commission as soon as next month.

This weekend is the fourth annual Kennan Garvey Memorial Bike Ride, while the former Artisphere will become a coworking space and nonprofit The Reading Connection will close on August 11 after 28 years.

These were this week’s five most-read stories:

  1. Naked Man Walking Down the Middle of Columbia Pike Arrested
  2. Whole Foods Parking Lot Closes for Resurfacing, Tempers Flare on the Street
  3. UPDATED: Dog Did Not Die of Rabies, CDC Says
  4. SPOTTED: Driverless Vehicle Cruising the Streets of Clarendon
  5. BREAKING: Fire Reported at N. Glebe Road Business

And these received the most comments:

  1. Survey Says: Millennials Favor More Transit, Less On-Street Parking
  2. Whole Foods Parking Lot Closes for Resurfacing, Tempers Flare on the Street
  3. Morning Notes (July 31)
  4. Morning Notes (August 1)
  5. Naked Man Walking Down the Middle of Columbia Pike Arrested

Feel free to discuss anything of local interest, including the stories mentioned above, in the comments. Have a great weekend!

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