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  • Friday's 11/9 local schedule (updated Friday AM; many events)

    COLLEGES Men’s basketball Hampton at William and Mary, 7:30 Liberty Tax Classic first round (at Constant Center): Morgan State vs. Texas-San Antonio, 5 Holy Cross at Old Dominion, 7:15 Penn State-Greater Allegheny Tipoff first round: Apprentice vs....
  • This week's high school football scoreboard (complete through Saturday night around state)

    (from VirginiaPreps.com): DIVISION 6 Eastern Region (1) Ocean Lakes 47 (5) Western Branch 20 | @ Virginia Beach Sportsplex (2) Oscar Smith 34 (3) Salem 28 Central Region (4) L.C. Bird 24 (1) Hermitage 20 (2) Varina 30 (3) Meadowbrook 29 Northern...
  • An old diary throws him a curve

    An old diary throws him a curve
    Reporting from Orange, Va. On the 19th page of the diary, I saw it. "Spence Mozingo came to . . . get boards for covering the Tob[acco] house." I clasped the back of my head in disbelief. Francis Taylor, a close cousin of James Madison, had kept a...
  • Top 10 low-cost diversions in Jacksonville

     
    The Visit Jacksonville folks know that money is tight and in that spirit offer  inexpensive options under $10. Ready? Here's the list: 1. Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier – Take in a breathtaking view of the Atlantic Ocean and Jacksonville’s...
  • A Cozy Nest: A Visit To Old Lyme Estate Of Late Bird Artist Roger Tory Peterson

    A Cozy Nest: A Visit To Old Lyme Estate Of Late Bird Artist Roger Tory Peterson
    Roger Tory Peterson delighted in the birds that congregated outside the expansive windows of his Old Lyme house, especially the white-throated sparrows whose fall arrival kept his eyelids peeled by day and his mind troubled by night, fearful of a cold...
  • Virginia Museum explores works by Faberge

    Virginia Museum explores works by Faberge
    Why Lillian Thomas Pratt was so passionate about the treasures made for the Russian imperial family by the House of Fabergé isn't hard to imagine. The intoxicating combination of luxury, royalty and tragedy embodied in the jeweler's celebrated work has...
  • Check out budget options to explore Jacksonville

    Check out budget options to explore Jacksonville
    Money is tight, so the time is always right for budget-conscious travel tips. Here are some low-dough options for a Jacksonville road trip, courtesy of the folks at VisitJacksonville.com: •Jacksonville Beach Fishing Pier: It's not just for...
  • Bordeaux in 2009, look for value

    Bordeaux in 2009, look for value
    The trivia question is first. Where was the first wine made in the United States?   Herman Cain would be a perfect pitch man for Bordeaux wine… 9,9,9. That’s right, 2009 was a GREAT vintage in most of France and especially Bordeaux. First,...
  • Good Samaritan Killed In Freak Car Crash

    Good Samaritan Killed In Freak Car Crash
    An elderly man has been killed, the result of a chain-reaction, freak accident on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge. According to police, this is how the crash unfolded: a 52 year-old man got out of a blue, 1994 Ford Van, after it stalled Friday afternoon...
  • Secrets revealed in NC slipware exhibit

    The first collectors of North Carolina slipware may not have known much about their prey when they began snapping up "Moravian" pottery in the late 1800s. Neither did the museums that pursued it so avidly during the Depression. But like pioneering...
  • Elinora Bowdoin Bolton, French teacher

    Elinora Bowdoin Bolton, French teacher
    Elinora Bowdoin Bolton, a former French teacher who had been a celebrated 1940s women's tennis player, died of heart failure in her sleep Tuesday at the Keswick Multicare Center. The former Howard County resident was 93. Family members said she was...