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  • Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying

    Halloween in Hampton Roads, from the mildly spooky to the truly terrifying
    Halloween falls on a Friday this year, and there’s no Halloween like a Friday Halloween.  But for some folks, Halloween isn’t one night – it’s a full season.  Here’s a look at some of the places you can visit in Hampton...
  • NaNoWriMo kicks off Saturday. Ready?

     NaNoWriMo kicks off Saturday. Ready?
    To some, NaNoWriMo might sound like a language from a science-fiction movie or the name of a not-so-famous dinosaur. But those in the writing community know that NaNoWriMo is the abbreviation for National Novel Writing Month, an annual race to complete...
  • Weekend writing events in Hampton Roads

    Weekend writing events in Hampton Roads
    This weekend is a busy one. All of the following events take place Saturday, Nov. 1: - Carolyn Kreiter-Foronda, Virginia's poet laureate from 2006-08, will be at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center on Saturday to read from "The Embrace: Diego Rivera and...
  • Three to be inducted into Virginia Peninsula bowling hall of fame | Community notebook

    Bill Glazier, Rich Brewer and Judy Golightly will be inducted into the Virginia Peninsula USBC Hall of Fame at Saturday night's awards banquet at the Magnuson Hotel and Convention Center in Newport News. Glazier and Brewer will be honored for their...
  • Alli Awards honor individuals and businesses in the arts

    The 2014 Alli Awards will be handed out Sunday, Nov. 9, in downtown Norfolk. Sponsored by the Cultural Alliance of Greater Hampton Roads, the awards honor individuals and businesses that have made a significant contribution to the region's arts and...
  • Fall beer and oyster festivals crowd the calendar

    Fall beer and oyster festivals crowd the calendar
    For the cool weekends ahead, what could be better than a frosty mug of beer and a platter of roasted oysters. Several events in the coming weeks will satisfy your outdoor festival cravings. It's a great opportunity to get together with friends and enjoy...
  • Social Scene: Strides made for breast cancer raises more than $164K

    Social Scene: Strides made for breast cancer raises more than $164K
    This year's Peninsula Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk was held on Oct. 11 at The Mariners' Museum in Newport News. Despite the rain before the walk that morning, an estimated 3,000 people turned out to help raise awareness and show support for...
  • Museum exhibit challenges viewers to find the fake in a sea of treasures

    Say the name "James E. Buttersworth" around anyone who knows even a little about the history of maritime art and you're likely to see them stop, smile and look back with a keen expression of interest. For nearly 50 years, this supremely talented English...
  • Newport News likely to accept historic home donation, passes road renaming narrowly

    Newport News likely to accept historic home donation, passes road renaming narrowly
    NEWPORT NEWS — The city will likely accept the donation of a historic home on Huntington Avenue, although what will become of the house is yet to be determined. If the city acquires the three-story brick house at the corner of Huntington Avenue...
  • Newport News could expand area where food vending allowed

     Newport News could expand area where food vending allowed
    The Newport News City Council will soon consider whether to alter its mobile food vendor ordinance, after hearing from vendors at every council meeting since its rollout Sept. 1, many claiming the new rules have hurt their businesses. The ordinance...
  • Support for cancer survivors, dementia care, and the bereaved available on Peninsula

    What a week — the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died in a Texas hospital; EnterovirusD68, a respiratory virus that has hospitalized thousands of children across the country, was confirmed in Hampton Roads; and local health...