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Chris Jones

Chances are if you’ve tugged open the doors leading into the taproom of Virginia Beer Company, you’ve encountered the bubbly Luci Legaspi. Read more

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Drawing inspiration from the Williamsburg Kind movement–you’ll find the program’s trademark circular sticker on the food truck’s window–Matchsticks BBQ owners Matt and Nicole Sileno created “The Lunchbox Program”. Read more

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LEAD Greater Williamsburg Class of 2019 Sparks a Movement that Changes a Region Read more

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Our first annual Local Scoop Spark Plug Award honors one member of the Greater Williamsburg community whose creative spark, innovative ideas and passion for change has left a lasting impact in our community. Read more

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I moved to Williamsburg six years ago with my wife, Elizabeth, and our 1-year-old son, Hayden. Prior to that, I had been to Williamsburg twice. Read more

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Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance recognizes area’s best businesses Read more

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For Doc Collins – veteran, romance author, father, and world traveler – Williamsburg is home. Read more

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Williamsburg is unlikely to strike you as the hub of modern or contemporary homes or architecture. And it isn’t. Read more

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For a man born to a teenage mother in a broken home, Wells’ story is one of hope and defying the odds. Read more

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Weddings are great teaching opportunities for children. They get to learn about love, friendship, etiquette and manners. Read more

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No need to trek outside of Williamsburg for authentic ethnic cuisine. It’s all right here. Read more

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Williamsburg Housing Professionals Share Their Expertise Read more

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New Year, Nutrition Boost Read more

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Williamsburg’s Unique Colonial Artistry Read more

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Wren Chapel Wedding

Photo used courtesy Jan and Ashley Chaloupka.

Not even a winter storm could stop Jan and Ashley Chaloupka from holding their dream wedding in the historic Wren Chapel on the campus of the College of William & Mary. While airport closures and icy roads prevented almost 20 guests from attending. Read more

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Alma Mater of a Nation

SKIP ROWLAND Skip Rowland '83

When the William & Mary’s Alumni Association was founded in 1842, John Tyler—Class of 1807—was president of the United States. Today, the Alumni Association estimates approximately 100,000 alumni. Read more

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Photo used courtesy of Skip Rowland (W&M ‘83).

Among New York, DC, Boston, Rome, Mexico City…Williamsburg as an Art Capital. Some endeavors succeed with few resources, while others fail with many. That’s the story of the Muscarelle Museum of Art, and invariably the arts community in Williamsburg, Read more

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A Journey Through a Forgotten Town Read more

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If you happen to find yourself on Fenton Mill Road during the holiday season, don’t be surprised by the oddities you’ll spot affixed to the pines and firs in the fields at Mill Farm Christmas Trees. Read more

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