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  • Williamsburg Choral Guild opens season with folk-themed performance

    The Williamsburg Choral Guild and its artistic director Jay BeVille chose an interesting program to start its 42nd season of music making Sunday in the Warhill High School auditorium — “Music of the People — American Folkways.” Drawing on works sacred and secular, the fare was a fair representation...

      • Aura Curiatlas theatre plans November events

        Aura Curiatlas theatre plans November events

        Aura Curiatlas, a theater troupe known for telling stories through imaginative physicality, is performing twice in November to promote its efforts and raise money. Members hope to raise $10,000 by the end of the month. “We are always chasing that creative spark and looking for the magic in ordinary...

          • Literacy for Life challenges community to Read Between the Wines

            Literacy for Life challenges community to Read Between the Wines

            Literacy for Life’s latest fundraiser combines fundraising, fine dining and a New York Times bestselling author as its 12th annual Reading Between the Wines event returns to the Williamsburg Winery. “It gives us a chance to educate the community about what we do,” said Joan Peterson, executive...

              • Yorktown events celebrate creativity, cuisine

                Yorktown events celebrate creativity, cuisine

                Whether you’re interested in fancy wine, hot chili or the kind of expression only possible through art, a trio of events combine for a diverse weekend of fun opportunities, with historic Yorktown serving as the stage. Riverwalk Restaurant Wine Expo Combining a whirlwind of wines and charitable...

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                  • Marching backward toward racial division

                    We are being told that our nation is racist. While not necessarily “systemic,” as is claimed by some, incidents that could be accurately described as racist still occur and likely always will. But I will not allow this country to be painted with such a broad brush of condemnation just because of...

                      • Thankful at Thanksgiving

                        As a child I was a picky eater; come to think of it, I still am. There were so many things I didn't like to eat, and the dishes served at Thanksgiving dinner were no exception. Oh, I liked the plates just fine — Mom set the table with her fine china for the holiday meal. She also got out the fancy...

                          • The Curmudgeon Report: There is no hearing problem in Williamsburg

                            You can count on it happening at least once a day in many Williamsburg homes. The man of the house will be reading the newspaper when his wife says something to him. Not sure of what he heard, he might respond with “What?” Immediately, the better half of the family starts the “go get your hearing...

                              • Last Word on downtown parking, Nov. 15

                                Last Word on downtown parking, Nov. 15

                                Downtown parking Now that the Kimball is closed for movies and the variety of live events it held over decades, the city needn't worry about downtown parking. There won't be the same interest in coming to town any longer. So save the money from the parking study. People will find their entertainment...

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