The Sperryville column for Jan. 21
Delma and Jack enjoy the bucolic surrounds adorned with their beautiful Belted Galloway’s, informally known as Belties, a breed of cattle native to Scotland.
Nina and Colby May, in conjunction with the Castleton Festival, recently hosted a Christmas party celebrated in the Opera House. Plus, a new book featuring the work of photographer/farmer Molly Peterson, and a new movie by John Hallberg.
This past week, I took a tour of Lisa Reid’s Ragged Mountain Dogs facility in Sperryville, a “rescue, rehome, retire, rehab” Valhalla for dogs.
‘Wonderland’ in Sperryville Maggie Rogers of Central Coffee Roasters always has something unique to offer her patrons, so it is no surprise that she’s hosting a celebration the 150th anniversary of “Alice in Wonderland” Dec. 19-20, along with an end-of-year…
A kind and generous place Kristin Davis of Charlottesville wrote last week to thank some special folks in Sperryville who helped her out during a recent visit to our tiny hamlet: Thanks for the kindness of strangers I want to…
Kerry Sutten and his niece Jess are jumping aboard the Sperryville renaissance train, having just opened a business this week at 31 Main St. called Before & After — now a gourmet espresso bar, soon to offer much more.
Molly Peterson is a Rappahannock treasure and a tireless cheerleader — and on-the-ground trooper — for local food and sustainable farming. She and husband Mike run the grass-fed livestock and marketing operations of Sperryville’s Heritage Hollow Farms. She’s also a…
At the Culpeper Soil and Water Conservation District’s recent evening celebration, two Rappahannock men and their families were recognized championing our natural resources in 2015: John Jacquemin of Castleton Lakes and Bill Fletcher of Thornton Hill Farm.
Late last week, Franklin Schmidt, 72, passed away after a long illness, and a quietly courageous five-year battle. A remembrance of his life with Esther, the love of his life, and their life together as a formidable photography and writing…
The Laurel Mills store reopens, and fall brings a bustling weekend to Sperryville.
Little Callen Branch Michael just came into the world — the newborn son of Meaghan Boucher, and the grandson of Sally and Bob Petty of Sperryville.
Elizabeth Lee, healer, a wedding at Tula's and a death in the family in this week's Sperryville column.
Randolph Clater was a man of Rappahannock, born and raised in Sperryville. He was greatly loved and will be greatly missed.
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.
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.