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Arlington Independent Media

Public-media group, county ink deal on Shirlington-area space

Arlington County Board members have approved a partnership that will allow the non-profit Arlington Independent Media (AIM) to expand its footprint in the community by using space at a county-owned facility at 3700 South Four Mile Run Drive. “Team AIM...

Arlington Independent Media to resume in-person instruction

Arlington Independent Media (AIM) will resume in-person instruction in the coming month, after a shutdown that began with the pandemic’s arrival in 2020. “We’re thrilled to welcome our community back into AIM this fall,” the organization said in announcing a...

Editor’s Notebook: A belated, but heartfelt, bon voyage

I’m a little late to this, for which I apologize, but nonetheless wanted to pay tribute to Jackie Steven upon her departure from Arlington Independent Media, where she was a fixture for decades. Fun fact: Some years ago, when a...

Community-media organization hopes to move beyond COVID era

Arlington Independent Media is preparing to reopen its facilities to the public after a COVID shutdown. “We’d love to start getting some limited productions going again in our studios,” said Whytni Kernodle, who currently is serving as interim executive director...

Summer camp to focus on media production

Arlington Independent Media will host a number of week-long summer camps for youth ages 10-14, focusing on video and podcast production. “Using the language of YouTubers, TikTokers and podcasters, kids will learn important communication and critical-thinking skills through fun, hands-on...

Wanna be in radio? New course offers the chance

Arlington Independent Media will offer a course on radio broadcasting on Thursday, Jan. 20 from 7 to 9 p.m. online. The course explains the basics of creating radio programs for WERA-FM, the non-profit organization’s radio station. Topics will include Federal...

Interim AIM chief puts forward goals for 2022

The new interim executive director of Arlington Independent Media is looking toward the new year, and asking supporters of the non-profit media organization to do the same. “I can’t tell you how delighted I am to serve this fine longstanding...

Arlington Independent Media plans party, yard sale

Arlington Independent Media (AIM) will host a fall party and yard sale on Saturday, Nov. 6 outdoors from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the organization’s studio in Clarendon. “Due to COVID, AIM members and supporters have not be able...

Arlington Independent Media seeks director nominees

Arlington Independent Media is seeking nominees for six board of directors seats on the ballot at the organization’s annual meeting, to be held Sunday, Oct. 24. The non-profit organization is seeking applicants “dedicated to using various media in telling the...

‘Aging Matters’ to mark 200th show with program on taxes

The “Aging Matters” radio program on Arlington Independent Media’s WERA-FM will mark its 200th program on March 30 at 2 p.m. with an overview of federal and state income taxes with Jim Morris, an Arlington volunteer tax preparer for...
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Man charged with drunkenness, banned from Vienna tavern

An employee at Bear Branch Tavern, 133 Maple Ave., E., told Vienna police on Jan. 26 at 11:28 p.m....
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