The Washington Golf and Country Club is considered the oldest golf club in Virginia, and its course now comprises 88 acres of land just off of Glebe Road in North Arlington.
Though many may not know the words to this reverential tune, Arlington has had an official song for more than 50 years.
May is National Biking Month, and to celebrate, let’s take a look at Arlington’s decades-long history of bicycle enthusiasm!
Did you know that Arlington was once home to one of the country’s most popular sodas?
Arlington native Roberta Flack is known worldwide for her voice, songwriting, and musical ability.
Some of Arlington’s first black legislators include George Lewis Seaton, John B. Syphax, and Alfred William Harris.
Over its 60-year run, the Arlington Symphony performed a wide variety of music across the County and was one of the County’s first, and longest-running, arts organizations.
Arlington was home to a racetrack that drew thrill-seekers and daredevils.
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