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Natalie Miller-Moore

The Local Scoop magazine announces a new Editor in Chief for its locally-focused Williamsburg edition: Natalie Miller-Moore will take the helm for the Spring 2017 issue. Read more

Williamsburg Scoop

The interiors of the stately houses lining Duke of Gloucester Street contain much of what you’d expect in an 18th century building: worn pine floors, quaint brick fireplaces, careful attention to woodwork such as chair rails, baseboards and mantles. Read more

Life

The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia has named Williamsburg resident Natalie Miller-Moore to its Political Leaders Program Class of 2016. Read more

Williamsburg Scoop

Moms have an overwhelming amount of information tailored to them, but modern dads are taking a much more active role in parenting. Read more

Discover

Williamsburg is often perceived as a great place to retire or go on vacation or to send your brainy students for one of the best values in public college education … but it’s also an incredibly good place to raise children. Read more

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Kris Kiley has run the Williamsburg breastfeeding group since 1992 and has positively helped many women in the Williamsburg area. Read more

Life

Amidst all the holiday preparations, getting yourself ready might be the last thing on your mind. But it can really put you in a festive mood to get sparkly. Read more

Style

Felix Vlad, 48, James City County Read more

Life

Dr. Katherine Rowe: 28th president of William & Mary Read more

Williamsburg Scoop

The Sideshow is the next venture from the creative minds trying to make Williamsburg culture better…this time, though, it’s a genre-buster. Read more

Discover

Whistle Belly has become the premier Williamsburg beer event that raises money for a worthy non-profit. Read more

Food

Share the Best Williamsburg has to Offer Read more

Outdoors

Belongings: A Gap Between Generations Read more

Life

This long weekend festival has only grown more popular over the past four years, adding even more intricate and fun events. Read more

Life

In a joint event between the College of William & Mary and faith community Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists, Deeper than the Skin was an unusual musical experience that invited the community to engage in conversations about race in our time. Read more

Life

Good Shot Judy paid tribute to the Classic Christmas Crooner Hits. Read more

Life

A Conversation with Chef Jerome

Photo used courtesy of Odd Moxie.

Chef Jerome Grant leads the teams who serve inspired food at two Smithsonian museums in Washington DC, the new National Museum of African American History and Culture, as well as the National Museum for the American Indian. Read more

Food

Busch Gardens Food and Wine Festival

Photo used courtesy Busch Gardens Williamsburg.

Busch Gardens is known for having exceptionally good food for a theme park, and when they created their annual Food and Wine Festival, they kicked it up a notch. Read more

Food

A few years ago, I started hearing about something called Shrimpfeast. Then my legendary LEAD classmate Mike Rock insisted that I come to it—he was one of the chairs of the event. Read more

Food

CW Garden Party

Photo used courtesy Colonial Williamsburg Foundation.

Everyone loves to dress up, and a colonial garden party at the Governor’s Palace was a singular experience for those who love to imagine themselves in the 18th century. Read more

Outdoors

From Broadway to books, from clinical research to classrooms in Africa. Read more

, Life

August is Craft Beer Month, and Williamsburg’s craft beer festival, Whistle Belly, kicked off its fifth year to a beautiful sunny sky in the “rock star” parking lot of Merchants Square. Read more

Williamsburg Scoop

The second Funhouse Fest builds on the first one, with attendees commenting that it’s more organized, better produced and has more variety this year. Read more

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