September 26, 2016 Will the MGM casino be good for Alexandria? What are the odds? Gambling on the Future:  What will Maryland’s Casino Mean for Alexandria? The new MGM casino is set to open in just a few weeks, attracting […]
October 24, 2016 What are the impacts of Small Area Plans? What would your Alexandria neighborhood be without one? City planners and concerned citizens discuss how Alexandria grows and still stays “Alexandria.” Alexandria expends considerable taxpayer dollars as […]
November 28, 2016 How do veterans fit into Alexandria? Who are they, what are they looking for, and how can we help them integrate with the community? Four veterans speak of their experience and talk about where the […]
January 23, 2017 Are local elections affected by national issues? Do we have a representative government? Agenda:Alexandria presents a discussion of the City’s election system. Have election changes resulted in a representative government for Alexandria? What effect does […]


February 27, 2017 Photo Courtesy of Chris Foard and the Mollus Mass Civil War Collection, United States Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA Inspired by the PBS drama series Mercy Street, this program goes beyond the screen […]
March 27, 2017 For aesthetic, nostalgic, and economic reasons, many in Alexandria became concerned about a year ago when several well-known and long-lived Alexandria businesses closed their doors for good. Fortunately, the startling vacancy signs were not up […]
NSF HQ with Metro passing by in Alexandria
April 24, 2017 Photo courtesy: National Science Foundation The National Science Foundation (NSF) is coming to town.  What does the NSF need and desire from the City for it to succeed?  What tax breaks were given to attract […]
May 22, 2017 Guns: Taking a Look at the Issues Without Taking Sides Join Agenda:Alexandria for a civil debate on a controversial topic. You’ll hear all sides of the gun issue discussed in a structured way with passion […]