by Kiki Obadal
On a hot afternoon, in her stylish townhouse on Old Town’s swank south end, private chef Jordan Wright welcomes a sweaty writer into her sitting room and serves a cooling goblet of hyssop-infused, honeyed iced tea.
Alexandria's Louis Yuhaszs appeared on the Rachel Ray show last month to highlight his national non-profit, Louieskids.org, which assists children from low-income families who are struggling with obesity.
BY JOHN ARUNDEL
For 50 years, Sonny Robinson has been an institution in Old Town.
With a gentle smile and calloused hands, Robinson does a back-breaking job for the customers at T.J. Fannon & Sons Heating and Cooling on Duke Street.
Rich grow up in Maryland and at the age of 20 he became “famous”. He joined the Famous Dave’s team. He worked at their Annapolis and Laurel restaurants before finally settling in Alexandria, at the age of 30, as the General Manager
Ann started her career as a massage therapist 20 years ago. After a riding accident, it was recommended as part of her therapy for recovery. Intrigued by how it changed not only the physical self but the mental self caught her attention