A busy week has has given way to what looks to be a beautiful weekend.
We are grateful this week for the passion of those protesting in Arlington and elsewhere, the medical recovery of long-time ARLnow commenter Flood Czar, and the support of our readers and sponsors — who have propelled our readership to record levels and who have allowed us to stay business through the pandemic with no layoffs.
Now, here are the most-read articles of the week:
- Northern Virginia to Enter ‘Phase 2’ Reopening on Friday
- Ballston Hosting ‘Retro’ Drive-In Movie Showing
- Vice President’s Maskless Visit to Trump HQ in Rosslyn Criticized
- Pupatella Searching for New Arlington Location
- After Lull, A Rise in Coronavirus Cases in Arlington
- Sixty Years Ago, A Two-Week Civil Rights Battle Raged Across Arlington Eateries
- Thousands Participate in Saturday Marches in Arlington
- List: Black-Owned Businesses In Arlington
- More Demonstrations Planned Today in Arlington
- Crash After Police Chase Blocks I-66
Feel free to discuss those and other issues of local interest in the comments.
The U.S. Army Parachute Team "Golden Knights" landed on Summerall Field today to join @UnderSecArmy James E. McPherson and Col. Kimberly Peeples, JBM-HH Garrison Commander, in a cake cutting ceremony celebrating our Army's 245th birthday! (photos by Staff Sgt. Maryam Treece) pic.twitter.com/msy9CyWl6A
— The U.S. Army Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps (@ArmyFifeandDrum) June 12, 2020
Photo courtesy James Mahony