Celebrate dark skies at the Park’s Night Sky Festival, meet the reporter who's working on the three-part series on Rappahannock’s digital challenges and more in this week's The Rapp.
Your online vote can be worth lots to Heritage Hollow Farms; Middle Street hits the road; PATH awards 50K to RappatHome; Rapp News' monthly meet is July 29 and more in this week's The Rapp.
Gay Street Gallery presents the work of select, award-winning artists from Virginia and around the country. On July 30 from 5 to 6 p.m., the gallery hosts talks by Jane Tolar and Davette Leonard.
Seashells symbolizes the arrival of summer and have had cultural and artistic symbolism throughout history.
Middle Street Gallery's July hours and location, a gathering of those interested in the Artisan Trail and Nol Putnam's memorial poppies.
Fireworks on Monday, iron works in Washington, Tula's indoor forest and a bridge to be out, in this week's The Rapp.
“I had lots of ideas for the building,” says hay farmer and Stonewall-Hawthorne county supervisor Chris Parrish, speaking of the River District Arts building which three weeks ago he’d offered to buy for $1.1 million. “Problem was, my ideas were…
Fourth (Estate) Friday, The Inn at Little Washington's new weekly farmer's market, Middle Street Gallery's national parks-inspired show at Haley Fine Art and more in this week's The Rapp.
As remarkable as the play "Red" itself is RAAC Community Theatre’s daring, admirable decision to take on so deep and difficult a work.
Amissville's carnival next week; neighbors visit free this weekend at SNP; a Meredith Gorfein memorial program; choirs at Castleton; berries, bunnies and more in this week's The Rapp.
Recipients of the Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community’s 2016 Claudia Mitchell Arts Fund grants received their awards at a party Sunday at the RAAC Community Theatre.
Set designer and production assistant Cynthia Stamps creates Rothko “paintings” for the RAAC Community Theatre production of “RED” by John Logan.
Two notable commercial enterprises in Sperryville are apparently under contract to potential new owners.
Still lifes by Sperryville artist Davette Leonard, whose exhibit opens this weekend at Gay Street Gallery in Washington, captures the right light in the perfect setting to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary.
The Rappahannock Association for Arts and Community (RAAC) announced 18 grants totalling $41,250 to Rappahannock County artists and organizations this week.
With more than 20 engaged readers present, including several county and town office holders and a half-dozen artists, the discussion at the News’ monthly Fourth (Estate) Friday gathering last week at Sperryville’s Before & After cafe centered on the imminent…