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    Twenty Years in Old Town

    Following a wave of small business closures in Alexandria throughout the coronavirus pandemic, the beloved secondhand bookstore, Book Bank, closed its doors for good. Book Bank joins the list of small businesses that permanently closed during this time, including Aftertime Comics, The Christmas Attic, Blüprint Chocolatiers, and Nectar Coffee and Wine Bistro, among other independently-owned establishments in Old Town and Del Ray.

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    Titan Shoutouts

    TC Williams students shout out their favorite peers and staff Kate Casper Theogony introduced Titan Shoutouts in early September. T.C. Williams students, teachers, and staff anonymously shared their favorite fellow Titans and why they love them. Vencena Sye, Math Teacher 2. Karam Burjas, Senior 3. Fina Osei-Owusu, Senior 4. Elizabeth Lane, Sophomore 5. Sarah Kıyak, English Teacher 6. Nyla Fox, Senior 7. Molly Freitag, Social Studies Teacher 8. Joshua Hernandez, Senior 9. Tracie Jackson, Counselor 10. Ingrid Pavon, Sophomore 11. Elizabeth Gaffney, Social Studies Teacher 12. Yahney Marie, Freshman 13. Alfonso Carnucci, Math Teacher 14. Ellie Lo, Junior 15. Sarah Brennan, Junior 16. Simon Guggenheim, Social Studies Teacher 17. Zainab…

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    Welcome to Woodbine Tot Lot!

    A young cancer survivor’s selfless wish to revamp a neighborhood playground has been granted Kate Casper In Fall 2019, the Make-a-Wish Mid-Atlantic team began fundraising to fulfill a 4-year-old cancer survivor’s wish to rebuild the Woodbine Tot Lot playground in Alexandria. This boy’s name is Whitaker Weinburger.  After battling Stage Four neuroblastoma, undergoing hospitalizations, treatments, chemotherapy, and radiation, Whitaker went to the playground with his family to facilitate his recovery. “As he recovered and felt less crummy, he spent more and more time at the park, learning to climb and discovering that his little legs could run and jump,” said Erin Weinburger, Whitaker’s mother.  With the help of local businesses,…