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New stores bring variety to Greater Williamsburg's grocery store landscape

As the new Publix store in James City County's Monticello Marketplace shopping center opens for business Wednesday, Greater Williamsburg’s grocery store offerings are more varied than ever. The new 62,000-square-foot store is Publix’s first location on the Peninsula, and joins 15 other Publix stores...

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  • W&M Youth Film Institute fosters future filmmakers

    The College of William and Mary’s Youth Film Institute returns for its seventh year Oct. 27-28, offering middle and high school students the opportunity to learn about the art of filmmaking through hands-on experiences. The program tasks students with collaborating in small groups to create short...

      • Limelight, Oct. 17-21

        Limelight, Oct. 17-21

        Homecoming concert: The William and Mary Choir sings Benjamin Britten's “Rejoice in the Lamb” and more. 8 p.m. Saturday at Williamsburg United Methodist Church, 500 Jamestown Road. Free. Williamsburg Music Club concert: Pianist Adam Scott Clifford performs Haydn's “Keyboard Sonata in D Major,”...

          • After dark, Oct. 24-28

            Thursday Triangle: Robert Hodge, 7-10 p.m. Friday Charly’s Airport Restaurant: Paul Todd, 5-9 p.m. Aromas: LCV Project, 7-9 p.m. Triangle: Cole Stevens and the Delta Daggers, 7-10 p.m. Cogan’s: Fade to Blue, 8-11 p.m. Saturday Aromas: Sapta, 7-9 p.m. Comedy Club: Tim Young, 8-9:30 p.m. Cogan’s:...

              • Williamsburg Magic Club conjures pre-Halloween performance

                Williamsburg Magic Club conjures pre-Halloween performance

                With Halloween fast approaching, the surreal and supernatural captivate our imaginations even more than usual. The Williamsburg Magic Club hopes to add to the seasonal fun with a family-friendly performance at the James City County Library on Oct. 24. “It’s a fun show every year, very lighthearted....


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                    HOW THINGS WORK By Frank Shatz “Because you have to build it out of something,” has been Dr. Robert Bryant’s mantra, since his Chicago boyhood. As Materials Research Engineer, Chief Engineer and Branch Head at NASA Langley Research Center, Bryant wrote more than 100 technical papers, several encyclopedia...

                      • Eclectic 'Street Scene' delivers operatic beauty, drama

                        Kurt Weill’s Tony Award-winning (1947) opera “Street Scene” is set in an east side Manhattan tenement over 24 hours during a hot, summery 1938. It’s a street populated with folk from ethnic everywhere. It’s a street populated with accents, politics, bigotry, discrimination, domestic abuse, anti...

                          • Government has a role in energy's future

                            I support Vernice Thompson's letter to the editor (Oct. 6) and I must echo her words criticizing Robert Bradly. The American government must lead by example in providing guidance on moving us forward into a future where the mix of sources of energy we use are environmentally sound, safe to use...

                              • Stewart showed he's not up to serving in U.S. Senate

                                At a recent town hall at Hampton University, which I viewed on television, students posed questions to senatorial candidates Tim Kaine and Corey Stewart. Mr. Kaine responded with informed and thoughtful answers, while Mr. Stewart failed to answer any of the questions posed to him, spouting irrelevant...

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