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  • Cyber Monday deal: Colonial Williamsburg offers BOGO deal on passes

    Cyber Monday deal: Colonial Williamsburg offers BOGO deal on passes
    Colonial Williamsburg also offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal on annual passes during the Black Friday, Cyber Monday shopping holidays. The offer is available online only at colonialwilliamsburg.com/cyber. No code is needed. You can find a running...
  • Cyber Monday: Running list of deals across the Web

    Cyber Monday: Running list of deals across the Web
    Cyber Monday has been the largest online shopping holiday in the past two years, according to Shop.org, an arm of the National Retail Federation that focuses on Internet retailers. Generally, bargain experts agree that Cyber Monday, which is Monday,...
  • Light up your holiday with joyful fire

    Light up your holiday with joyful fire
    On the Peninsula this weekend, Christmas is blowing up. Two of the region's biggest, most explosive holiday events — Hollydazzle in Newport News and the Grand Illumination in Colonial Williamsburg — will brighten the skies. If you'd rather...
  • Colonial Williamsburg discounts admission through LivingSocial

    Colonial Williamsburg discounts admission through LivingSocial
    Colonial Williamsburg is offering half-off single day admission tickets through the daily deal website LivingSocial.com. The deal offers single-day admission tickets for $18 for adults and $9 for youth. Tickets must be used by Dec. 31, 2013. Shoppers...
  • Gloucester man gets his days in court

    A disabled Gloucester veteran who gets around in a motor scooter has filed 10 lawsuits in local and federal courts since the summer of 2012 over access to businesses throughout Gloucester and the Peninsula. Kenneth Flaum, 67, filed his first lawsuit...
  • Harford's AMC Holiday House Tour set for Dec. 15

    This year's AMC Holiday House Tour in Harford County will be held on Sunday, Dec. 15, from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The tour benefits the AMC Cancer Fund and Johns Hopkins Pediatric Oncology Center. For further information, call 410-734-4808. Visitors will...
  • Your guide to Christmas cheer | Updated

    Your guide to Christmas cheer | <span style=color:#ff0000><b> Updated</b></span>
    We predict that holiday fun and reindeer games will blanket the region in weeks ahead. So, here's a road map to help you navigate through the blizzard of mirth and the avalanche of good cheer. May your bells forever jingle and your sleigh never get...
  • Rare fabric swatches tell orphans' story at Colonial Williamsburg gallery

    Rare fabric swatches tell orphans' story at Colonial Williamsburg gallery
    No one today remembers the names of more than 16,000 infants taken in by London's famous Foundlings Hospital during the mid-1700s. But that doesn't mean there's no way to tell their anonymous but poignant stories. Scrupulously recorded by the...
  • Colonial Williamsburg restoration hinged on architect's visit

    Colonial Williamsburg restoration hinged on architect's visit
    When Boston architect William G. Perry came to Williamsburg on Jan. 13, 1927, it wasn't his first visit. But the pioneering sketches he first made as he toured the historic colonial town represented a milestone step in visualizing and promoting what...
  • Randall Plaxa, formerly of J.M. Randalls, launches event promotion company

    Randall Plaxa, formerly of J.M. Randalls, launches event promotion company
    "We're putting the brand back together," said Randall Plaxa, who once ran the bar and live music venue J.M. Randalls in Williamsburg. His new venture is an event promotion company that he hopes will present as many as 12 concerts a year. The company, J....
  • Small-town Williamsburg learned to love Mrs. Rockefeller's pioneering tastes

    Small-town Williamsburg learned to love Mrs. Rockefeller's pioneering tastes
    Williamsburg residents had plenty of reason to be curious when a pioneering folk art collection assembled by Abby Aldrich Rockefeller went on view inside the newly restored Ludwell Paradise House on Jan. 16, 1935. Few people before her had viewed ...