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The Virginia GazetteWILLIAMSBURG – For graduate Clare O'Doherty, the College of William and Mary is more than a school: It's a lifestyle. O'Doherty, an English and economics major who hails from Arlington, considers Williamsburg virtually a second home, her...
The Virginia GazetteWILLIAMSBURG – Amid references to integrity, service and Lady Gaga, the College of William and Mary on Sunday conferred degrees to more than 1,900 students at William and Mary Hall. Speaker Robert S. Mueller III, director of the Federal Bureau...
The News & ObserverIf you didn't know any better, you'd think the art on this dish depicted nothing more than a red flower. But the illustration is an anemone, and this piece of lead-glazed earthenware was the creation of a Moravian potter -- possibly Gottfried Aust, a...
$355 FINGER LAKES WINE FESTIVAL July 13-14, See the largest showcase of New York State wines with 80 wineries paired with regional artisans, music, culinary classes and breweries all in one beautiful location. Tour the Corning Glass Center and enjoy a...
Tags: Diving, Wildlife, Organized Crime, Robert Moses, New Year's Day
For three years, chef Patrick Evans-Hylton criss-crossed the state to find out what Virginians once ate and what is on their plates today. His research and witticisms are collected in his latest cookbook, "Dishing Up Virginia." Subtitled "145 Recipes...
Tags: Hampton Roads, Soups, Book, Oysters, Black Pepper
When the director of the Middle Passage port markers project arrives in Yorktown to give a talk about slavery Friday night, she'll find herself in the perfect place. Though Old Point Comfort and Jamestown can lay claim to the first Africans in English...
The Virginia GazetteSportsmanship "I would much rather be a parent of a school where the varsity softball team's Bay Rivers District record is 2-12, because of its ethics, kindness and heart, than a school it played that is among the top teams in the district and was...
WILLIAMSBURG - Although Friday, when the cornerstone for the new American Revolutionary Museum at Yorktown will be laid, is the big day of the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation's board meetings, there was an unveiling Thursday as well. At a luncheon meeting...
The Virginia GazetteWILLIAMSBURG – Doctor's orders, curiosity about a churchyard tombstone, and Swem Library at the College of William and Mary have landed local resident Naomi Marrow in the middle of a an intellectual adventure and a national contest. "On doctor'...
When the pious parishioners of Abingdon Church arrived for Sunday services in the mid-1700s, they stepped into one of the most breathtaking architectural spaces in Virginia. Erected nearly a century earlier, the house of worship had risen from the...
When the well-to-do congregation of Ware Parish began planning a new and much bigger church during the early 1700s, they did so with no small ambition. What the vestry designed - with the help of a now unknown builder - was destined to become one...
Jon Meacham, Pulizter Prize winner and best-selling author of "Thomas Jefferson: The Art of Power," will speak about Jefferson tomorrow at Colonial Williamsburg. I'll be there, my pencil and wits (hopefully) sharpened, to bring you the scoop! For more...
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