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  • Chef David Everett feeds Williamsburg community through restaurants, local projects

    Chef David Everett feeds Williamsburg community through restaurants, local projects
    Looking out the kitchen window of his latest project, the Colonial Capital Bed & Breakfast on Richmond Road, David Everett can see the house where his mother grew up. He wanted to buy that house, but it wasn't available. So he and his wife, Kathryn...
  • 'It's a Wonderful Life' on the big screen

    'It's a Wonderful Life' on the big screen
     For some folks - a lot of folks, actually - Christmas wouldn't be Christmas without "It's a Wonderful Life."  It's a holiday classic, one of the gems of the American cinema. The great Frank Capra called it his favorite among all the films he made....
  • Colonial Williamsburg releases three historic-based condiments

    Colonial Williamsburg releases three historic-based condiments
    Colonial Williamsburg is offering three historically inspired products — Old Stitch Brown Ale Mustard, Mad Mary Tomato Catsup and Jane Vobe’s Tomato Conserve — to spice up your holiday table. In 18th-century England and the colonies,...
  • Want to see the worst movie made in this century?

    Want to see the worst movie made in this century?
    "The Room" is a bad movie. A very bad movie. It's the "Plan 9 from Outer Space" of the 21st century.  How bad is it? It grossed $1,800 in its initial theatrical run in 2003, and one reviewer compared the experience of watching it to being stabbed in the...
  • Governor unveils legislative priorities during visit to Colonial Williamsburg

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe rolled out part of his 2015 legislative package at a Virginia Chamber of Commerce event Friday at the Williamsburg Lodge, and some of what he's proposing — particularly a Tourism Growth Incentive Fund — would be great...
  • Colonial Williamsburg offers 50 percent off single-day tickets

    Colonial Williamsburg offers 50 percent off single-day tickets
    Colonial Williamsburg is offering a deal on single-day admission tickets through the website Groupon.com.  Through Saturday, Dec. 13, visitors can get a 50 percent discount on admission tickets to Colonial Williamsburg through the daily deal website. ...
  • Taste Studio offers visitors samples from Colonial Williamsburg's chefs

    Colonial Williamsburg unveiled a new program this year showcasing the foundation's chefs and giving visitors a chance to sample some savory recipes in a fun way. Colonial Williamsburg Executive Chef Rhys Lewis regaled participants of Taste Studio with...
  • Craft bazaars pop up all over the Peninsula

    Craft bazaars pop up all over the Peninsula
    Looking to get some holiday shopping done in the next couple of weeks? Consider one of the following craft shows in the region. From crafters with handcrafted hair bows to painters with works valued in the thousands, Peninsula arts and crafts shows...
  • 10 Cyber Monday sales I'm excited about

    10 Cyber Monday sales I'm excited about
    If you're like me, it's 7 p.m. Monday night, and you're just getting started on your Cyber Monday shopping. Retail websites will get their biggest clicks tonight as many shoppers return home from work.  To help you weed through all of the promotions,...
  • CW Single Seniors Social -- free on Wednesday for those 55 and older

    Senior Advocate is inviting all over age 55 to a Colonial Williamsburg Single Seniors Social at WindsorMeade of Williamsburg Club House, 3900 Windsor Hall Drive, Williamsburg from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 3. Learn about Virginia history from...
  • VIMS gets $200K grant to help protect Powhatan village site

    VIMS gets $200K grant to help protect Powhatan village site
    Back when Capt. John Smith and Chief Powhatan butted heads in the early 1600s, the Algonquian village of Werowocomoco along the York River was fringed with marshland where inhabitants hunted and fished. Four centuries later, much of that marshy...