This Nov. 7-8, returning artist Pam Pittinger and newcomer Phyllis Northup join the Rappahannock Association for Art and Community’s 11th annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour.
In the Oct. 1 The Rapp column: "Selma" screening cancelled, Mark Russell's Saturday show at the Theatre is still on, plus details of RAWL's Trail Challenge, Halloween at Stone Hill and Fauquier Health's $1 million in available community grants.
If you are looking for sculpture that expresses the soul, look no further than the Main Street, Washington studio of Lisbeth Sabol. Sabol and her studio mate, Robert — a green Amazon parrot — will greet visitors as one of…
Meet Gina Sweatt, an accomplished jewelry designer, who joins the Nov. 7-8 Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour as one of six artist studios new to the event this year, plus more on the Sperryville galleries on the tour.
The annual Rough Ride plus all-woman jazz and all-British Shakespeare, a new restaurant for Flint Hill Public House’s owners, a new director for Rapp at Home, visiting “East Jesus” by way of Culpeper, lots more in this week’s The Rapp.
John Kirchner and Michael Dennis are two ultra-creative artists on opposing sides of the county, both well worth seeing on Rappahannock Association for Art and Community’s 11th annual Artists of Rappahannock Studio & Gallery Tour this Nov. 7-8.
The 2015 Artists of Rappahannock Studio and Gallery Tour Nov. 7-8 will be the 11th in the series, with 55 artists’ participating and some changes, including the move of the weekend tour’s headquarters from the Washington fire hall to the…
Outside River District Arts in Sperryville last weekend, photographer Michael Sage and friend Ryn McKenna hang a life-sized image of the giant trunk of the “President” tree at Sequoia National Park in California.
Jackie Bailey Labovitz brings her dramatic floral photography to the Schoolhouse annex, an adorable English bulldog finds a home with a Sperryville couple, and two German families discover local wares, in this week's Sperryville column.
New owners for the Kramer Building and Tula's, Friday movies and RAAC Theatre's "Gin Game" are coming next month and more in this week's The Rapp.
The PEC's photo contest is open, Sperryville's El Quijote is closed, Middle Street's members stay cool through August and a moonlight hike to Hawksbill (this Friday) in this week's The Rapp.
Fourth (Estate) Friday tomorrow, all that jazz (at Castleton the next two weekends and in Flint Hill Sept. 19), monochrome photos in Sperryville, a new Rappahannock coloring book and more in The Rapp.
Castleton's solid weekend (and another one coming up), learn to make mosaic pet portraits, start decluttering now for the Dog Days Yard Sale, and save Sept. 12 for the Taste, in this week's The Rapp.
"Our Town" and Beethoven at Castleton, The Inn remains "in," "The Shape of Water" opens at RDA, Reisler and friends perform in Culpeper and more in this week's The Rapp.
Alice in Avon-Land, music-inspired visuals at Middle Street Gallery, in search of future real-estate-and-renovation stars in Rappahannock and more in this week's The Rapp.
River District Arts in Sperryville will host a book-signing event from 1 to 4 p.m. this Saturday (June 20), when ironsmith and author Nol Putnam will be signing his newest work of art, or work of publishing.