Poetry

A toast to the queen

Ruby Dwyer of Old Hollow celebrated her 90th birthday last Friday, January 19th. On Saturday, her three children — Kathy, Sam and Gary Dwyer — threw their mom a wonderful birthday party attended by dozens of her friends at Trinity Episcopal Church. […]

Poetry

Recoil

I heard the first four measures of Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater in my head, A soprano sang, accompanied by flutes, I loaded the rifle, the shells were from Czechoslovakia […]

Poetry

Poem: April’s Fool

Relentless, his jokifying

Went on non-stop,

Made traffic halt and Aspens quake.

Encouraged by the slightest chortle,

A guffaw sent him off in mirthic ecstasies,

Stepping not too lightly on the trillium. […]

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Appreciation

Washington column for May 22

Vacation Bible School begins anew at Trinity and Washington Baptist, the Thrift Shop has a $5 Bag Sale, the Lions offer free vision screenings and Larry “Bud” Meyer’s book wins tops honors at the Green Book Festival in this week’s Washington column. […]

Ben Hudson
People

Blue State Bluegrass Brunch

Say Rappahannock heidi-ho and here we go!The Brunch is now four years in a row! We’ll crank up the music and set out the foodTo make sure folks are in a good mood. At Washington […]