Music

A concert to remember

Rappahannock-based Kid Pan Alley songwriters Paul Reisler and Cheryl Toth wrote and composed songs with the young high school band members. The accomplished, Col. John Bourgeois, the former conductor of “The President’s Own” United States Marine Band, stepped in and arranged the music for the band. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for May 17

Local artist, Kevin Adams, formally presented a beautiful painting to Shenandoah Superintendent Jennifer Flynn; Rev. Johnson of Promise Land Baptist Church earns recognition; and RappCats Spring Tuxedo Party is this Sunday. […]

Washington Column

Washington column for May 10

Union Bank welcomes back a local; local Relay for Life team holds bake and plant sale at Quicke Mart this Saturday; Rapp Lions Club dresses up and celebrates 60th anniversary at Narmada Winery. Oh, and don’t forget Mother’s Day. […]

History

Stone Hill’s newest

His Espionage and Sedition Acts criminalized dissent. Thousands of peaceful citizens went to jail for opposing World War I. Woodrow Wilson propagandized the county with fake news through the Committee on Public Information. […]

The Rapp

The Rapp for May 10

Curb litter bugs with highway cleanup; Kids to Park day is May 19; Pellegatta’s poems on Mother’s Day at Quievremont Winery; and Castleton hosts bass innovator, Alex Blake, and Japanese pianist Yoichi Uzeki this Saturday. […]

Washington Column

Washington Column for May 3

In celebration of The Inn’s 40th anniversary, it’s expanding their local’s discount to the surrounding counties. The Inn also opens their ‘village market’ on May 26, featuring BBQ, bluegrass and ‘yard sale’ with select artifacts and treasures. […]