ALEXANDRIA, Va. — For over a year, a broken sewer line closed portions of the Holmes Run Trail west of ParkLawn Swimming pool. There were warnings to stay away from the water and at times, the trail was completely fenced off. Since mid-September though, the trail has been available if not officially reopened. New asphalt
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It’s late-September — school is open, the Washington Nationals have won the NL East, football is back and daylight is becoming scarce as it is officially autumn at 10:29 p.m. tonight. Gin and tonic season has gracefully yielded to Oktoberfests and ales made with last year’s pumpkin crop. The same will happen with this year’s apples too.
It’s Craft Beer Month in Virginia. D.C Craft Beer week starts on August 17 (The Post) and the CityPaper has the Beer Issue out. Follow @dcbeerweek for more or visit dcbeerweek.net Remember two years ago when a massive storm that crossed half the continent knocked power out for many of us for several days? Port
We are three years into the greater Washington D.C. brewing revival and things are going well. The Washington Business Journal covered it in a recent issue. With craft brewing boom, D.C.’s beer scene returns to its regional roots The one thing that today’s beer businesses have in common with the District’s brewers of old? A