Luke Christopher

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Ted Pellegatta is well known for his images, and more recently words and music, but in his new incarnation, he’s moved on to tactile works of nature, mostly wood and stone.

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“It’s the first event we’ve had of this kind,” said Rappahannock Park Foundation President Donna Rose, which held its “Better Together” family-friendly event last Saturday at Rappahannock County Park. 

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Rappahannock County Farm Tour organizers could not have asked for better weather for the 12th annual tour’s comeback last weekend. The self-guided tour had to take a break last year because of COVID concerns.

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The Rappahannock Rough Ride rolled back into town with almost 200 riders this past Saturday morning. The one-day bike tour, raising funds for the Fauquier Free Clinic, which serves Rappahannock residents, is a traditional kick-off to the busy autumn season. The event had to be held virtually last year due to COVID-19. 

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“People come from Maryland, D.C., the Northern Neck, Pennsylvania, people are coming from everywhere … We have loyal customers who have been coming for decades. We had a customer last week leave a note when we were gone on the honor system. It said in her 65 years, these are the best peaches she’s ever had in her whole life and she would be back every time she visits.”

A new breed of news van was parked in the Headmaster’s Pub lot on Friday night — no satellite dish on top or channel markings on the side. Inside, a TV studio, with a single seat, lights, camera and mobile cellular transmitter, the kind that comes in handy for Fox News pundits Matt and Mercedes Schlapp, who have a weekend home just over the county line in Madison. 

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