Taste of Arlington 2013: Bands and Entertainment
Four local bands will be playing on the concert stage throughout the event.
‘Taste of Arlington’ Returns This Weekend
The annual “Taste of Arlington” celebration will be held on Sunday, May 19 from noon to 5 p.m. along Wilson Boulevard near Ballston Common Mall.
Transit Screen signs partnerships with Georgetown and Ballston BIDs
Transit Screen is expanding its reach. The company, which makes screens that show real-time bus and Metrorail arrivals, has formed partnerships with the Georgetown Business Improvement District (BID) and the Ballston BID to place screens in public areas and test whether they reduce pedestrian crowding and encourage the use of transit.
Ovechkin, Pontius, Wall to be Featured as Augmented Reality Statues
The Ballston Business Improvement District will unveil the statues next month at the annual Taste of Arlington.
Photos: Ovechkin’s ‘Virtual Statue’ Shoot
Attendees at the upcoming Taste of Arlington festival will be able to get cozy with Ovie.
“Virtual Statues” to Highlight New Ballston BID App
The Ballston Business Improvement District (BID) will be showing off some “virtual statues” of local sports figures at Taste of Arlington to highlight the upcoming launch of its new mobile device app.
Alex Ovechkin poses for Ballston BID
The Ballston BID is unveiling a virtual gallery of local heroes using “digital statues” created via Augmented Reality (AR) and mobile apps.
Digital ‘statues’ of Alex Ovechkin and John Wall coming to Ballston
It’s unclear exactly when D.C. sports fans will enjoy one of those parade thingees we’re always hearing about. But the statues are already on the way.
Ballston BID to erect statues of D.C. sports superstars, including Alex Ovechkin and John Wall
The Ballston Business Improvement District plans to erect statues honoring some of D.C.'s brightest sports sensations, including the Washington Capitals' Alex Ovechkin and Washington Wizards' John Wall, but with a technological tweak that will keep the figures from attracting bird droppings or graffiti.
Ballston BID Is Launching the Future
In a bygone era, the old adage “good fences make good neighbors” might have been true — but not in today’s Northern Virginia, and definitely not in Ballston.