Colonial Williamsburg Antiques Forum will delve into stories of artifacts

Colonial Williamsburg will hold its 71st Antiques Forum Feb. 22-26. In addition to lectures, conference attendees can take advantage of optional guided tours and workshops. British researcher Mike Rendell will lead a keynote presentation titled “Journal of a Georgian.” Other guest speakers will...

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  • Limelight, Nov. 21-27

    Limelight, Nov. 21-27

    Paperfolding: Learn the fine art of making beautiful things using your hands and paper at the library’s Year of Making 1 p.m. Sunday at James City County Library, 7770 Croaker Road. Reservations are required, call 757-259-4050. Free. Williamsburg Music Club: Stop and enjoy this vocal program by...

      • After dark

        Thursday Aromas: Open mic, 7-9 p.m. Friday Cogans: Brandon Bower Band, 8-11 p.m. Triangle: Bandits, a Jazz Quartet, 7:30-10:30 p.m. Water Street Grille: Chisman Creek Band, 7-10 p.m. Saturday Aromas: Chris Titchner, 7-9 p.m. Comedy Club: Tracy Locke and Von Mychaels, 8 p.m. Triangle: Brian C Band,...

          • Grab your car keys! Out and about after Thanksgiving

            Grab your car keys! Out and about after Thanksgiving

            After the turkey dinner and its fixings have been put in the fridge, the in-laws have headed home and the children have been put to bed, there’s a little bit of time to plan some fun for the weekend. From Thanksgiving Day runs to a family-friendly walk in the park or a visit to Merchants Square...

              • Glide into some fun at Liberty's Ice Pavilion on DoG Street

                Glide into some fun at Liberty's Ice Pavilion on DoG Street

                For the third year in a row this winter, Liberty’s Ice Pavilion will return to Colonial Williamsburg at Merchants Square. The rink, which features real ice, opened Nov. 16 and will be open until Feb. 18. Jeff Duncan, Colonial Williamsburg’s vice president of real estate, said the ice rink isn’t...


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                  • Dinner showed value of sourcing food locally

                    What a great community we live in. Last week, Williamsburg Community Growers hosted a farm-to-table fundraising dinner. Chef Scott Hoyland from Culture Café donated his valuable time and professional services to provide a plant-based, five-course dinner that included signature hors d’oeuvres from...

                      • Sometimes, you need to break the rules

                        Objection! That is what the Law School students probably should have said to their administration leadership when advised not to question Jim McGlothlin’s racially insensitive remarks at the Leadership Luncheon Oct. 31, nor to leave, but to applaud him when he finished. The apologies from President...

                          • W&M professor studies polarizing effects of social media

                            Jaime Settle is an assistant professor of government at the College of William and Mary. She is co-director of the Social Science Research Methods Center; she founded and directs the Social Networks and Political Psychology Lab at the college. She is also the author of the path-breaking new book,...

                              • Lively Latin Flair concert introduces VSO's assistant conductor

                                Lively Latin Flair concert introduces VSO's assistant conductor

                                The Virginia Symphony Orchestra’s Williamsburg season was a two-hitter special in that it introduced to us the VSO’s new assistant conductor, Gonzalo Farias, and, although it was changed this past spring, somewhat officially the new name of the former Virginia Symphony Society of Greater Williamsburg,...

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