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  • New toy store opens in Colonial Williamsburg

    New toy store opens in Colonial Williamsburg
    A new toy store has opened in Colonial Williamsburg. The William Pitt Store, located on the northwest corner of Duke of Gloucester and Botetourt Streets, is located in a historic building and was formerly known as the Davidson Shop. “The William...
  • NASCAR's Kyle Busch pits in Colonial Williamsburg

    NASCAR's Kyle Busch pits in Colonial Williamsburg
    WILLIAMSBURG— For most of the year, the common mode of transportation along Duke of Gloucester Street is a horse and buggy. Thursday afternoon, it was the M&M's Toyota Camry of NASCAR driver Kyle Busch that made an appearance in Merchants Square...
  • A Spanish outpost on the York ends in treachery and murder

     A Spanish outpost on the York ends in treachery and murder
    When America's first permanent English settlers sailed into Hampton Roads in 1607, they were far from the first Europeans to set foot on the land they named Virginia. Four times during the previous half-century, Spanish mariners looking for the fabled...
  • John C. Stidman, WMAR-TV pioneer

    John C. Stidman, WMAR-TV pioneer
    John C. Stidman, an artist and pioneer of WMAR-TV who spent 38 years at the city's first television station as a director and producer, died Wednesday of complications from a fall at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson. The longtime North...
  • October author donations to the Williamsburg Regional Library

    The Williamsburg Regional Library operates its Local Author Project to bring Hampton Roads authors to the attention of their patrons. Following are donations made in October. For information about the program, call 259-4042. Williamsburg’s Marliss...
  • The art and spirit of the fraktur

    The art and spirit of the fraktur
    In the increasingly secular world of the early 21st century, few people spend much time worrying about their fates in the hereafter. The spiritual power and importance of baptism often seem just as remote — even for those who have been duly...
  • Monster trucks, Christmas tree lighting, "Hello, Dolly!": Fun Things To Do

    Monster trucks, Christmas tree lighting, "Hello, Dolly!": Fun Things To Do
    Hit the accelerator on entertainment this weekend with monster trucks, local blues and Sally Struthers. Sound like a volatile mix? It could also be an enjoyable one. Here are highlights. As always, find details at HrTicket.com. REV IT UP. Car-crushing...
  • A landmark reconstruction redefined Williamsburg and the Peninsula

    A landmark reconstruction redefined Williamsburg and the Peninsula
    When the reconstructed Raleigh Tavern opened to the public on Friday, Sept. 16, 1932, it not only represented Colonial Williamsburg's first exhibition building but also a new identity for the old colonial capital and the rest of the surrounding region....
  • NYT Columnist David Brooks appearing in Williamsburg, Sept. 18

    NYT Columnist David Brooks appearing in Williamsburg, Sept. 18
    The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation will present the final event in its 2013 speaker series tomorrow at the Williamsburg Lodge.David Brooks, New York Times columnist and columnist/commentator on PBS NewsHour, will speak about "the current state of...
  • Taking the Kids: 10 ways to kick-start Halloween all October

    Taking the Kids: 10 ways to kick-start Halloween all October
    Lucky kids. They don't have to wait until Halloween to don their costumes and collect treats — not when every place from museums to aquariums to zoos to theme parks are celebrating Halloween the entire month of October with haunted houses, spooky...
  • The Last Bison hunkers down with new material, prepares for Nov. 30 NorVa show

    The Last Bison hunkers down with new material, prepares for Nov. 30 NorVa show
    When we last checked in with Chesapeake indie-folk act The Last Bison, the group was preparing to play FloydFest with help from members of the Colonial Williamsburg Fifes and Drums. That show was one part of a summer tour that included stops at some of...