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  • What the presidents drank

     What the presidents drank
    It's more a collection of humorous essays than a cocktail book, but the newly released "Party Like a President: True Tales of Inebriation, Lechery and Mischief from the Oval Office" (Workman, $14.95), is an entertaining read. Humorist Brian Abrams ("AND NOW ... An Oral History of Late Night with David Letterman"), delivers a record of the drinking of the nation, not just its leaders.
  • Hampton History Museum exhibit aims to rescue lost history of women

    In the long history of forgotten people, few groups have been as neglected as women. But doesn't make their lost achievements any less important, says Curator J. Michael Cobb, describing the Hampton History Museum's newest exhibit. Though belittled by...

    March into writers' workshops

    March into writers' workshops
    We might have turned a corner closer to spring this week. But it's still winter, a perfect time to hone your writing skills while you're hunkering indoors waiting for the weather to warm. The folks at the Williamsburg Book Festival are getting started...

    Peninsula Town Center inks leases with 3 retailers, and other transactions

    Check out the latest Hampton Roads leases announced by Cushman & Wakefield-Thalhimer. - S&V renewed its lease of 64,000 square feet at 5601 City Line Road in Newport News. - Huntington Ingalls leased 40,766 square feet at 5201 City Line Road in...

    An idea for helping Virginia foster kids lands in budget limbo

    The kid was hard to forget. And now that she's too old for foster care, none of the people who tried to help her get on her feet know where she is. "Of course you worry," said Amy Woolard, a lawyer with Voices for Virginia's Children, a nonprofit...