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  • DIY workshops lets creative juices flow

    DIY workshops lets creative juices flow

    Craft enthusiasts looking for a fresh way to channel their creative energy may find just the thing at J&G Designs DIY Workshop on Jamestown Road. Jennifer Stanley and her husband, Greg, opened the workshop in 2017. The couple’s five children as well as Stanley’s father also help operate the business....

      • Take a walk through Bruton Parish history

        Take a walk through Bruton Parish history

        Even on a cold weekday afternoon, the Bruton Parish Shop and Heritage Center is packed with visitors. A wing of the store has been repurposed into a miniature museum, which displays artifacts and information collected from more than three centuries of parish history. Every Thursday, this is where...

          • Exhibit showcases the tenacity of women in early Virginia history

            Exhibit showcases the tenacity of women in early Virginia history

            Jamestown Settlement’s special exhibition “Tenacity” seeks to shine a brighter light on the role of women in the colony’s early years with digital exhibits and artifacts never before shown at the museum. The exhibition comes as part of 2019 Commemoration, American Evolution, a commemoration of...

              • Parker View residents help out the community

                Parker View residents help out the community

                Collecting teddy bears, pill bottles and sending out cards: These are the actions of a group of seniors in Williamsburg who have chosen to make a difference in their community. However, it is inaccurate to call them a group because they are in fact The Group. The Group is a small collection of...

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                  • Stylish and local: Three Sisters Boutique

                    Stylish and local: Three Sisters Boutique

                    It’s 10:30 a.m. and Kelly Terracina is making sure her boutique on the corner of Prince George Street is ready to open. She points to the clothes hangers that have been evenly spaced by whomever was closing the store last night. “We’re not like (big retailers) — if you look around everything is...

                      • Everything old is new again in the Williamsburg area

                        Everything old is new again in the Williamsburg area

                        Advance Pawnbrokers: Since 2007, the business has specialized in vintage, antique and collectibles, and has vast experience in appraising, buying and selling home furnishings, china, crystal, coins and jewelry. The business also accepts new consignments or will give cash in advance through a loan...

                          • Gourmet shop offers mostly Virginia-made products

                            Gourmet shop offers mostly Virginia-made products

                            Foodies looking to stock up on great food and beverages from across Virginia during the holidays — or any time of year — need look no further than Virginia Gourmet on McLaws Circle. Mike D’Alessandro and Jeff Gouger took over the business in August 2017 and have been working steadily since then...

                              • Bruton Parish Gift Shop

                                Bruton Parish Gift Shop

                                Nestled on Duke of Gloucester Street between the bustling sidewalks of Colonial Williamsburg and the storefronts of Merchants Square sits the Bruton Parish Gift Shop. Unlike other stores down the road, this gift shop is a charity. Run by manager Diane Koun, assistant manager Pam Michael and 50...

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