With little fanfare, the Arlington County Board in April unanimously moved to tweak its "technology zone" incentives, expanding the types of businesses eligible to receive a break on their business license (BPOL) tax. Most importantly, the incentives could now be applied to retain growing tech businesses already in the county, not just attract new ones.
A new restaurant from a new restaurateur is planning to open at 3001 Washington Blvd by the end of the year.
Theater critic Iain Armitage has never given a bad review.
"Highline R&R," a new bar that bills itself as the future "social anchor" of Crystal City, is coming to the former Bailey's Pub space at 2010 Crystal Drive.
This year's festival's hours are extended: the fun begins at 10:00 a.m. and goes until 4:00 p.m. along Campbell Avenue.
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