Check out The Rapp for a weekly taste of things to do and see in and around Rappahannock County.
Elizabeth Lee, healer, a wedding at Tula's and a death in the family in this week's Sperryville column.
What’s happening in Rappahannock County this weekend and beyond, in this (and every) week’s The Rapp column.
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.
Many thanks to all our community for your amazing support of this year’s 18th annual Taste of Rappahannock! Headwaters is immensely grateful to all the volunteers, teachers, students and businesses who donate time, auction items and service to make this…
A few photos from the Headwaters Foundation' s 11th annual Taste of Rappahannock benefit dinner and auction.
Organic peppers on the table, and in living color, at Waterpenny Farm in Sperryville this week.
A trip down Memory Lane for Betty Buntin, music at Gadino Cellars, a historical marker dedication, a garden club meeting and more, in this week's Washington column.
Triple Oak Bakery's expansion is underway, duffers enjoy golf under the stars at Sperryville's new course, and a new film by local filmmaker John Hallberg is scheduled for release, in this week's Sperryville column.
Tiger Valley gathering Today’s families, more than ever, need to relax and spend time together. And as kids grow, marry and go their separate ways over the years, family gatherings can be a way to bring everyone together. Danny and…
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.
Closing on a high note at Castleton, food for thought (and a movie) in Madison, "Annie" auditions in Washington and more in this week's The Rapp.
An anniversary to remember at Sperryville United Methodist Church, Sperryville's new brew crew, Burke's new fire truck and a sad departure from the River District in this week's Sperryville column.
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.
Gray Ghost Vineyards, Rappahannock’s oldest winery, celebrates 21 years this month.
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.