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  • Cupola placed on the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg's new entrance

    Cupola placed on the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg's new entrance

    On Thursday morning, a small crowd on West Francis Street stared up at the sky. It wasn’t a bird or plane that drew their eyes, but a construction crane that was placing a cupola on the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg’s new entrance. “This is kind of the first step to the pavilion being finished...

      • Beer For the Girls

        Beer For the Girls

        Get ready for beer, music and fun next Saturday at Beer For the Girls, an event raising money to support Here For the Girls. Here For the Girls provides in-person and virtual support to women with breast cancer. While most of their clients are from Williamsburg, Victoria Riley, business development...

          • Live Music After Dark in the Historic Triangle

            Thursday Aromas: Open Mic, 7-9 p.m. Berret’s Taphouse: Jeff Lewis, 7-10 p.m. Sweet Tea and Barley: Good Shot Judy, 7 p.m. Friday Berret’s Taphouse: Audio Portrait Duo, 7-10 p.m. Cogan’s: Dog Street Boys, 8-11 p.m. Charly’s Airport Restaurant: Clayton Perry, 5-9 p.m. Sweet Tea and Barley: Timeline...

              • Ten different ways to have fun this week

                Ten different ways to have fun this week

                10 Harpsichord and Continuo Organ Recital: The concert will be performed by JanEl Will, organist at Bruton Parish Church. 8 p.m. Saturday, Bruton Parish Episcopal Church, 201 W. Duke of Gloucester St. Free. 9 David Gussman: Gussman will perform French musette music with a little Italian, Celtic...

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                  • Heroes also serve in POW camps

                    I am compelled, as a retired soldier, a Vietnam Veteran and a proud American, to respond to the two Last Word comments erroneously claiming that Medals of Honor are not earned in a POW camp. The first writing, ".... he of all people, a soldier, should know that medals are earned on the battlefield...

                      • The Curmudgeon Report: I'd write it down, if I could

                        What can you possibly dislike about an ink pen? The marking tool of the masses is a simple little object you pick up, hold in your hand and then use. There are a huge variety of writing instruments; some ancient and others are state of the art. And that is to be expected. Starting with the quill,...

                          • Intersection leaves long trail of pain

                            It’s the 19th anniversary of the horrific wreck at Route 5 and Centerville roads when a reckless driver caused a four-vehicle crash and our toddler daughter was nearly killed. Time moves on. For some, lives have changed significantly since then, as our daughter is now severely disabled with a traumatic...

                              • We must pay better attention to our part-time legislature

                                The 1970s pop management guide, “The Peter Principle,” outlined an organization maneuver known so charmingly as the Lateral Arabesque, wherein an annoying and marginalized entity is shifted to another department that sounds serious but has no power. Here in Virginia, the Senate Majority Leader...

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