Alexandria Film Festival Announces Filmmakers For “HomeGrown: American Stories in Music and Film”

The Alexandria Film Festival has partnered with the Alexandria Symphony Orchestra for their joint project, HomeGrown: American Stories in Music and Film. They have announced the six filmmakers that have been selected to participate in this project. The films will accompany music by American composers performed “live to picture” by the orchestra as part of ASO’s 2020-2021 season on Nov. 7 and 8. The works will also be screened as part of the Alexandria Film Festival Nov. 12-15. Continue reading “Alexandria Film Festival Announces Filmmakers For “HomeGrown: American Stories in Music and Film””

Experts Urge Parents To Avoid Play Dates For Their Kids

Experts are asking parents to avoid letting their kids have play dates with friends during the ongoing coronavirus outbreak despite the weather’s getting nicer and schools are closed. Allison Lowry, the program manager of child abuse and neglect prevention services at Fairfax County, Virginia’s Department of Family Services, said on keeping kids away from in-person visits with friends, “It’s hard. It’s really hard.” Continue reading “Experts Urge Parents To Avoid Play Dates For Their Kids”

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