Initially Merry Moo Market in Flint Hill would be closing its doors at the end of February. But the owner announced it will remain open “for the foreseeable future” until construction begins at the future location in Marshall.
It seems like yesterday that we were starting out in a garage on Main Street with a staff of two in a dry county. Four decades goes by pretty fast when you're having this much fun.
The Rappahannock County Artisan Trail is launching its first “Second Saturday” Open Door event on Saturday, Feb. 11, and there’s plenty to discover on the unique trail (this Saturday, and Saturdays to come).
The F.T. Valley store location has quite the history: “Back in the day, it was the gathering spot of the county,” this newspaper reported in 2010. Radio and TV crews would often interview Rappahannock regulars.
One of the nation's leading art curators is speaking about her new book for RAAC's Second Friday at the Library on Jan. 13; Gray Ghost keeps racking up the wine awards; Benevolent Fund's Celebrity Waiter Dinner is on the 28th.
Need a break after Christmas? There's at live bluegrass and beer for Boxing Day at Pen Druid. Still need New Year's plans? First Night in Warrenton features 40 family-friendly live indoor performances in and around their downtown.
It's an early Fourth (Estate) Friday; La Liste, a new exclusive French guide, names the Inn D.C.’s top restaurant; “Celtic Christmas Concert” returns to Castleton; RCHS play is postponed...
Heidi Morf and Vinnie Deluise, proprietors of the unique art gallery/gourmet lunch counter/coffee shop known as 24 Crows, are retiring. This Sunday (Nov. 20) is the shop’s last day of operation.
BIZ BIO: Chef de Cuisine Calen Payne, formerly of The Front Porch in The Plains, looks to bring fresh ideas to Flint Hill Public House.
The 116-year-old Paris-based Michelin Guide launched its first-ever guide to Washington D.C. last Thursday — and it included the Inn at Little Washington, awarding it two stars.
The Lions’ biggest annual fundraiser is behind us, and we have a lot of folks to thank. Despite the iffy weather we tucked inside the Sperryville Volunteer Fire Hall for music, visiting, eating and the suspenseful drawdown.
Country Cafe celebrates 27th year; "Wednesday Blue-Plate Special" at Tula's; tombstone replacement for Baldwin family and sympathies to the Kuhn family.
Two of the dozens of students, teachers and volunteers who make possible the Headwaters Foundation’s annual Taste of Rappahannock dinner-auction fundraiser confer on pre-dinner serving arrangements at Saturday night’s 19th annual event.
Col. John R. Bourgeois, director emeritus of the U.S. Marine Band is loaning his impressive collection of antique hand-painted blue-and-white plates and platter to Tula's for some real "blue-plate specials."
Canning lessons prove, unexpectedly, to be the best gift. Rose Jacob came away with jars and jars of peaches and apples, and a special friendship. And she's been "putting up" with her husband ever since.
From Charlene James of Amissville this week, the first of what we hope to become a regular poetry feature . . .