Staunton's Middlebrook Gallery: Krasso and Ken Smith
Published on Jun 17th, 2011
0 comments Staunton's Middlebrook Gallery presents "The Human Condition: A  Figurative Interpretation," featuring work by Krassimir Mihaylov, a.k.a. Krasso, and Ken Smith. 5 Middlebrook Ave. 540-630-1650.
Suit dismissed? $200 million action over High's prosecution hits bump
Published on Apr 15th, 2011
1 comments The deadline for serving defendants in the $200 million civil suit against the City of Staunton passed on April 12, and the plaintiff says he's not sure whether his case will now be dismissed after a...
Landmark saved: Bridge owner, Staunton partner on ped bridge fix
Published on Jul 29th, 2010
6 comments The bridge has provided free skyline views since 1904. PHOTO BY RACHEL OBENSCHAIN The Sears Hill bridge will be saved. On Tuesday, July 27, the fate of the historic Staunton footbridge was sealed...
Staunton landmark remains in limbo
Published on Jul 14th, 2010
1 comments Staunton's an architecturally flavorful town, as seen from the plush Stonewall Jackson Hotel. STITCHED FILE PHOTO BY HAWES SPENCER One of Staunton's landmarks, the train track-crossing pedestrian...
Staunton�s culinary coup
Published on Nov 17th, 2009
1 comments Zynodoa, Staunton’s stylish contribution to southern cuisine, the local food movement, and big city chic, raised the bar recently by hiring chef Michael Lund, who comes to the restaurant after six...
Mockingbird sings: Staunton's new local focal point
Published on Aug 18th, 2009
4 comments Mockingbird, a new music venue and restaurant, is coming to this street corner in Staunton in mid-September. PHOTO BY KEVIN BLACKBURN We all know how popular the local food movement has become, what...
Obama taps UVA alum Collins to run NIH
Published on Jul 9th, 2009
3 comments President Obama announced July 8 he's chosen famed geneticist, UVA alum, and Staunton native Dr. Francis Collins to be his director for the National Institutes of Health. "Dr. Collins is one of the...
New Presidential Library chief in Staunton
Published on May 26th, 2009
0 comments Say hello to Dr. Don Wilson, new director of the Woodrow Wilson Presidential Library and Museum in Staunton. In the Presidential library biz, Wilson (no relation to Woodrow) appears to be a whiz,...
Chrysler cuts back at three local dealers
Published on May 14th, 2009
2 comments Chrysler announced today that they are closing 789 of their dealerships, and while no local dealerships are closing as of yet, three will stop selling Chrysler-made cars. According to a filing in...
Staunton Augusta Art Center presents the 45th Annual "Art in the Park"
Published on May 9th, 2009
0 comments The Staunton Augusta Art Center presents the 45th annual fun and festive "Art in the Park," featuring juried fine art and craft, live music, and food. Gypsy Hill Park in Staunton. 540-885-2028 or...
Bound by blood? Were cop and killer father and child?
Published on Apr 9th, 2009
1 comments Staunton Commonwealth's Attorney Ray Robertson says the only thing keeping him from discovering whether police investigator Davie Bocock and confessed double murderer Sharron Diane Crawford Smith...
Bard-ville: Staunton becomes Shakespeare mecca
Published on Sep 4th, 2003
0 comments Former Joliet, Illinois, resident Rick Blunt did not expect to find a program in the country where he could intensively study Shakespeare–and just Shakespeare– much less find it at a...
It's magic! Staunton turns back the clock
Published on Apr 10th, 2003
0 comments Spring is just blossoming with festivals, I know. So little time, right? But here’s a festival that just might entice you to take the entire weekend off-– or at least a full Saturday. It requires...