Gale Curcio was a reporter and editor with the Connection Newspapers for eight years. She has spent the past four years doing development, marketing and communications for non-profit organizations. Active in the Alexandria community, Gale is involved with several local Chambers and does volunteer work for United Community Ministries.
In 1997, O.A.R. recorded The Wanderer at Gizmo Recording Company in Silver Spring, Maryland with engineer/producer Gantt Kushner. The four band members, Marc Roberge, Chris Culos, Richard On and Benj Gershman graduated from Wootton High School in Rockville, Maryland.
The four of them moved to Columbus, Ohio
Have you ever tried to 'shoot the moon?' How about trying to capture fireworks? Are you frustrated that you keep missing that perfect shot of your newborn?
Foto WeekDC is coming to town next week and there will be plenty of opportunities to see works by the ‘best of the best' and get tips on how to hone those photography skills.
October has been a busy month in Alexandria – and it's not over yet.
Early in the month, local restaurants dazzled guests with their culinary expertise at the second Annual Best Chef of Alexandria.
Held at The Carlyle Club, the event was sponsored by the Alexandria Democratic Committee.
It started out with a simple conversation during one of the monthly meetings of the newly formed Alexandria Chamber Professional Women's Association.
What can we do that's new and exciting?
While several ideas were tossed around, when Gin Kinneman, owner of Kinneman Insurance, mentioned
It was a smaller crowd for this week's Dukes of September concert at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.
This is surprising given the fact that not one, not two, but THREE legendary performers were on stage. In addition, Kathryn Russell and Carolyn Leonhart
When Jackson Browne came out on stage at Wolf Trap this week, he didn't look like he had aged hardly at all during the 40 years or so since he has been performing.
The only physical indication that he had aged was when he said he needed a magnifying glass to tune up one of his guitars.
His musical style has definitely grown over the years
Cole and Joni Case like Bonnie Raitt so much that they drove up from North Carolina just to see her.
Cole’s cousin, Tony Case, owner of Hybla Valley Nursery, offered them the tickets and they gladly took them. Denton Browning accompanied them as well.
The sold-out crowd started rocking even before Raitt
Wounded Warriors and Beethoven. Not your typical association.
However, it is Beethoven music that has raised hundreds of thousand of dollars for Wounded Warriors through Beethovenfound over the past few years.
Derived from a love of music, H. David Meyers and Brett Murray