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Gale Curcio

Gale Curcio

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.

Articles By Gale Curcio

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City's Top Toques Roll out Recession-Proof Meals during Restaurant Week
Aug 19,2010

The streets of Alexandria were packed on Saturday, as throngs of shoppers checked out the tables put out by dozens of stores participating in the Old Town Alexandria Sidewalk Sale. Sponsored by the Alexandria Chamber of Commerce, the event generated a lot of interest and was so successful that the second one

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Is Photojournalism Art?
Aug 18,2010

With the passing of time and the issuance of history books which feature their bodies of work, are photojournalists more artists than journalists? Last week, a few experts addressed this question. On Thursday, Living Legend curator and renowned Old Town photographer Nina Tisara hosted the "Art of Photojournalism," an interactive discussion between the audience and panelists

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Arlandria Health Center Celebrates Healthy Living
Aug 18,2010

With fresh funding from the Feds, things were popping with activity last week near Del Ray as the Arlandria Health Center celebrated National Health Center Week. About 40 or so clients of Arlandria Health Center Neighborhood, Inc. used vouchers provided by the health center to purchase fresh fruits and vegetables at the Farmer’s Market


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Dancing, Schmoozing and Wakeboarding in Alexandria
Aug 04,2010

It was another busy week in our fair city. We may have been suffocating in the heat, but we were still very much on the go, The city's businesspeople on the go gathered at Connect 113 for the Alexandria Chamber’s July Business After Hours last Thursday and then some of the same people joined others for the Washington

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Merchants Unpack the Sleigh Bells and Snow Machines for an Early Christmas
Jul 21,2010

With retail sales in a downward spiral due to a lagging economy mired by war and Wall Street disruptions, why couldn't the all-important Holiday season come just a few months early this year? Why not speed up the calendars to get the cash registers ringing, kind of like Black Friday after Thanksgiving, or the weekend before jolly ol' Saint Nick slithers

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Summer Reading Pack Project Encourages Local Students to Read
Jul 14,2010

Over 1,000 Alexandria students started the summer with a bag of books to encourage summer reading. On Monday, June 21, the Alexandria Aces Baseball team players distributed Summer Reading Packs to each student at Cora Kelly School – almost 400 packs. Each Summer Reading Pack had three books inside, for the students to read over the summer.


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With its 800th Member, Alexandria's Chamber Thrives
Jun 30,2010

The Alexandria Chamber of Commerce celebrated its 800th member at their annual Member Appreciation Reception at Indigo Landing Tuesday. Several attendees remarked that this continued growth all but confirms that the chamber thrives under its current leadership. Indigo Landing's unique location on

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AROUND TOWN/Both 4th of July and Christmas This Month
Jun 30,2010

Looking for something different this 4th of July? Then head over to Gaylord National for their Fireworks & Fun Celebration on Sunday, July 4. Don’t worry about fighting traffic, searching for parking and arriving hours early to “claim a spot” to see fireworks. Watching the fireworks at Gaylord National Resort is a unique



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