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F11, a group of women photographers, has put together an exhibit of photographs showcasing some of the many views of the Potomac River.
The museum and art school has called off the search for a possible new location, which at one time included Alexandria.
Festival includes more than 40 feature-length films, documentaries, animations and shorts as well as a world premiere. Many of the films' directors will be attending and available for discussion.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Holiday Guide
Alexandria's New Year's Eve festival brings back the fireworks - this time over the Potomac - and offers new activities for families, kids and even dogs.
Professor Chandra Manning will discuss contrabands in Washington and Northern Virginia at an event cosponsored by the National Park Service and the Office of Alexandria History.
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