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Art

Roads wet; eyes smiling

Special to the Rappahannock News Last weekend’s heavy downpour washed out plans for the Lions Club’s St. Patrick’s Day parade in Sperryville Saturday, but it put no damper on the indoor fun at the traditional […]

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RappCats

RappCats: Riley

Meet Riley, who is a very friendly, gentle, inquisitive and playful adolescent female. Riley is about eight months old and has been recently spayed and is current on all her vaccinations. She gets along with […]

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Boston Column

Boston: Kindergarten registration

Families in our area with children attending Culpeper County Schools; are reminded that Kindergarten registration begins in April. With six schools in the county with Kindergarten classes, parents can obtain information as to which school […]

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Washington Column

Washington: Ice House turns one, warmly

Last Sunday, Linda Lawler Portrait Studio at the Ice House Gallery celebrated its first anniversary. The gallery officially opened on Valentines Day 2009, but this February’s blizzards forced Lawler to delay the celebration. The gallery […]

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Art

Middle Street celebrates regional artists

Rappahannock County native Jacob Stilley won first place Saturday in a regional art competition at The Middle Street Gallery in Washington. The gallery’s Regional Showcase, drawing from Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland and the District, featured […]

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RAWL Dogs

RAWL Dogs: Brinks

You can take me home and teach me all sorts of tricks. That’s because I’m not even three months old and, as you know, a young dog can learn all sorts of stuff. My name […]

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Art

Puccini is part of 2010 Castleton Festival

Artistic Directors Lorin Maazel and Dietlinde Turban-Maazel announced last week that the second Castleton Festival will include a new production of Puccini’s “Il Trittico” that Maestro Maazel will conduct, his first performances of staged Puccini […]

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RappCats

RappCats: Squirt

My name is Squirt, but I would be much obliged if you’d come up with a new, more appropriate name for such a lovable charming lady. Lost and starving, rescued by my current foster parents, […]