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Karen Newton

Appropriately for a drinking establishment, the Kilmarnock Brewhaus opened on St. Patrick’s Day 2018 with seven beers on tap. Read more

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Part coffeehouse, part bistro and part art gallery, the Art of Coffee opened its doors in 2006 serving a full breakfast, lunch, tapas-style seafood dinners on First Friday evenings and three five-course wine pairing dinners every year. Read more

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It sounds like the set-up for a good joke. What happens when a doctor, an oil company owner, an insurance agent, a counselor, a tech company manager and a church school leader walk into an abandoned convenience store that was once called The Buoy? Read more

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Established in 2014, NN Burger serves up gourmet burgers, salads, sandwiches, milkshakes, craft beer and cocktails in a polished fast casual atmosphere. Read more

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Willaby’s began in 1987 as a catering company before opening a café in downtown White Stone in 1992, but it wasn’t until they moved to their waterfront location nine years ago that they began presenting music. Read more

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Launched in July 2018, That Damn Mary Brewing Company combines a brewery and taphouse with a restaurant. Read more

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Begun in 2001 as a little country store about a mile outside of the town limits, Something Different has its roots in barbecue. Read more

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Nearly 40 years ago, Leslie Bowie opened the Montessori School of Gloucester with one preschool classroom. Read more

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Since retiring as president of Rappahannock Community College, the biggest change for Sissy Crowther is that she’s more in control of her day. Read more

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When Chesapeake Academy builds community partnerships, it’s the students who become the partners. Read more

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The blizzard of 1993 convinced Shannon Kennedy that she was not cut out for northern winters. A Baltimore native who’d gone to college in Pennsylvania, Kennedy moved to North Carolina once she graduated to be closer to her high school sweetheart and Read more

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It was a different world when Dorothy and Fred Burke got into the jewelry business in 1969. Read more

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With its unparalleled views,Bellows Landing Estate makes the most of its location on Dymer Creek. Read more

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Part of the reason for that is Randall Kipp Architecture, a full-service architectural firm located in Irvington for the past 23 years. Read more

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Just minutes from the town of Urbanna, this custom home sits on a six-acre lot with gorgeous views of the Rappahannock. Read more

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Custom built in 2004, the house at 626 Lovers Lane is notable for how much of the work was hand-crafted by the current owner. Read more

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Or how to thrive in a small town and dot com world. Read more

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Sometimes a light remodeling job evolves into a complete house make-over. Read more

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The quintessential river home, ‘Tides Out’ on Carters Creek has been a gathering place for the owner’s friends and family for years. Read more

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Jessie Ball DuPont’s legacy yields Ditchley Cider Works. Read more

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