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Groups settle in to new Columbia Pike digs

Community leaders gathered on Sept. 16 to mark the formal opening of new space being occupied jointly by the Columbia Pike Partnership and Black Heritage Museum of Arlington. The two organizations shared space in another Columbia Pike location until redevelopment...

Pike Partnership, Black Heritage Museum to open new space

An opening celebration to mark the new space being occupied jointly by the Columbia Pike Partnership and Black Heritage Museum of Arlington will be held on Friday, Sept. 16 from 4 to 6 p.m. at 3045B Columbia Pike. The two...

Historical Society, Black Heritage Museum team up on initiative

The Arlington Historical Society and Black Heritage Museum of Arlington are teaming up for a new project: “Memorializing the Enslaved in Arlington: 1669-1865.” The project aims to recover “the largely unknown history of our community’s enslaved people and to chronicle...

Black Heritage Museum on hunt for permanent home

Finding a permanent home for the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington remains a work in progress, but efforts are intensifying. “It’s hard to find space – we’re looking and we have a few prospects,” Scott Taylor, president and director of...

Q&A: Black Heritage Museum ponders its future in evolving era

As it continues its search for a permanent home, the Black Heritage Museum of Arlington has partnered with the Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization – CPRO – to use some of the latter’s space for exhibitions. A July 8 ceremony...
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Weather concerns nix weekend’s MPAartfest

McLean Project for the Arts has announced cancellation of its Oct. 2 MPAartfest due to pending weather issues. "The decision...
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