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PAST FEATURE ARTICLES

Capturing Memories in Metal: The Story of Christian Caine Design

Tucked away just before the elevators and the grand entrance to the ballroom of the historic George Washington Hotel, there lies a gem (pun intended) – the jewelry studio of Christian Caine Design. This boutique shop, designer-led and locally owned, is the brainchild...

Winchester Artist Sam Grantham

Sam Grantham's passion for art has been a constant presence throughout his life. Sam’s artistic journey began in third grade when he won the school's calendar art competition, securing the October spot with a captivating portrayal of witches, goblins, and concealed...

Navigating Holiday Stress and Mental Health Issues

Winter holidays can be associated with emotions of loneliness, isolation, bereavement, and melancholy, even for those without clinical depression. This is true despite the brilliant lights and joyous celebration that come with the season. Depression and trauma can...

Strengthening Community Policing

We sat down with the Frederick County and Winchester City Law Enforcement Foundation, to delve into their inspiring journey, goals for 2023 and beyond, and the vital role they play in supporting community policing initiatives. Caroline Barron, the Community Outreach...

Unraveling the Art of Tea – The Tea Cart

Allison Ritter and her mother Sue Whitbeck loved the tradition of afternoon tea, and today they share that love with guests in Berryville, and their new location of The Tea Cart at Old Water Street Inn on Boscawen St. While the Berryville location is reminiscent of...

The Winchester Ghosts Amongst Us

Winchester has a rich history that predates the Revolutionary War and extends through the Civil War and beyond. While historic symbols and architecture remain, others believe spirits also keep us company. Walking around old town, one can almost envision the men and...

T-Bones Bar and Grill: Food For The Soul

Where did Fats Domino, Ray Charles, James Brown, and Little Richard perform when they came to Winchester in the 1940-1950's? The Finley Recreation Center at 567 N Kent St. Opened by Dr. Taylor W. Finley in 1939, the town's only black dentist at the time, the building...