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6th Annual Derby Day

n just six years since its inception, Wine and Run for the Roses has become a not-to-be-missed event for wine and derby aficionados from through the region.

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Fresh Bites and Great Spirits

Imagine an establishment that has gone to the dogs, but in the most delightful way. The Hound’s Tale, which opens daily at 4 p.m., is a casual, cozy bistro-type restaurant created by Don and Geri Pratt of Williamsburg. Located in the Griffin Arms building on Prince George Street, the...

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EVB Launches Private Banking

In a continuing effort to provide a variety of personalized service options to its diverse customer base, EVB has launched a new private banking division in its Tidewater region, which includes Williamsburg, Gloucester, Gloucester Point, Hampton and Newport News.

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Craft Beer Here

Frank Zappa once said, “You can’t be a real country unless you have a beer and an airline - it helps if you have some kind of football team or some nuclear weapons, but in the very least you need a beer.” By that definition, Williamsburg, Virginia—the birthplace of a nation—might just...

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A Tribute to First Responders

In hindsight, there was probably no greater way to honor the First Responders in our community than by creating a photographic exhibit of them.

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Awakening The Senses: Citrus Fruits

After the dreary winter, our souls long for the warm sunshine. The smell of citrus is reminiscent of rays of sunshine brightening up our palates and awakening our senses. A splash of citrus juices or zest can lend just the right amount of zing to many dishes.

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Lock, Stock and Barrell

If you were a man arriving in the colonial capitol of Williamsburg in the mid 18thc and had £4 in your purse, you had a number of options on where best to spend it. You could buy an entire suit of clothes—frock coat, waistcoat, and breeches; two wheels for your ox cart; or a flintlock...

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Honoring the Past

Glenda and Ed Lindsey moved to Williamsburg in 2008 after living in France, Italy and Pakistan. After traveling throughout the world, they decided that Williamsburg would be where they would retire. Their home reflects many unique architectural features and interesting collections...

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Tom Bernard's Incredible Journey

It’s mile 11 in the 1985 Marine Corps Marathon. Tom Bernard notices the pace of the lead pack slow down. He’s trained for a specific speed and knows this is his chance to gain the lead. It’s mile 12. Bernard and the previous year’s winner, Brad Ingram, leave the lead pack and stay...

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