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Tangier (Accomack, Virginia)

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  • 'On Moving' by Louise DeSalvo; 'The Winter Sun' by Fanny Howe; 'Salvation Army' by Abdellah Taia.

    'On Moving' by Louise DeSalvo; 'The Winter Sun' by Fanny Howe; 'Salvation Army' by Abdellah Taia.
    The Winter Sun Notes on a Vocation Fanny Howe Graywolf Press: 210 pp., $15 paper "The formation of our relationship to the world (for some of us) is experienced as an unfolding." This is how poet and essayist Fanny Howe has always written about the...
  • Living Here: Nearby attractions

    Living Here: Nearby attractions
    From Civil War battlefields to the beach, many sites are within driving distance of Hampton Roads. Learn history while having fun in the sun. 1. Appomattox Court House, Appomattox The buildings and fields where Robert E. Lee surrendered his...
  • Discoveries: 'Shoplifting From American Apparel'

    Discoveries: 'Shoplifting From American Apparel'
    Shoplifting From American Apparel A Novella Tao Lin Melville House: 104 pp., $13 paper It's easy to be skeptical. There's little character development, less plot and scrawny dialogue. Landscape? The warm blue glow of Internet Explorer, the NYU campus...
  • Rockfish season underway in Chesapeake Bay

    The spring recreational fishing season for Maryland's iconic striped bass, better known as rockfish, began last weekend and runs through May 15 with a limit of one fish per person per day and a minimum size of 28 inches. Striped bass fishing until May...
  • Five watermen charged with taking oysters from protected area

    Five watermen charged with taking oysters from protected area
    Five Queen Anne's County watermen have been charged with illegally taking 51 bushels of oysters from a protected area near the mouth of the Wicomico River in Tangier Sound, Maryland Department of Natural Resources officials said. Acting on a tip,...
  • Artist mixed paint, sculpture, cast-offs

    Artist mixed paint, sculpture, cast-offs
    Robert Rauschenberg, the protean artist from small-town Texas whose imaginative commitment to hybrid forms of painting and sculpture changed the course of American and European art between 1950 and the early 1970s, died Monday night, according to New...
  • Countries where dollars go the distance

    Longing for an out-of-country excursion but feeling a little poor because you have only dollars in your pocket? Relax. Even with the fast-eroding value of the dollar against other currencies, you still can find international destinations where your buck...
  • Israel, starting from scratch

    Today's question: Could Arabs and Israelis have done anything differently before 1948 that would have laid a better foundation for the Middle East? Later in the week, Pearl and Bisharat will discuss relations with Hamas, their personal connections to...
  • Recipe: Lamb tagine with layered onions

    Recipe: Lamb tagine with layered onions
    I've always done my armchair traveling through cookbooks — whether it's Elizabeth David's Mediterranean, Fuschia Dunlop's Sichuan or Claudia Roden's Middle East. My copy of Paula Wolfert's original "Couscous & Other Good Food From Morocco"is stained...
  • Eric Greenspan's new Grilled Cheese restaurant

    Eric Greenspan's new Grilled Cheese restaurant
    Eric Greenspan, chef-owner of the Foundry on Melrose who was a competitor on the Food Network's "The Next Iron Chef," says he's in the process of purchasing the space next door to the Foundry for his new restaurant, Greenspan's Grilled Cheese. Greenspan'...
  • Market Watch: The wild and elusive Dancy

    Market Watch: The wild and elusive Dancy
    While mandarin cultivation in California has quadrupled over the last decade to about 40,000 acres, the classic Dancy variety has fallen by the wayside, becoming rare to find even at farmers markets. That's a shame, because it's a charismatic, flavor-...