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Buy Local (or else...)

The Morris Book Shop is closing on January 30. It’s fair to call the store a Lexington institution, but I was surprised to read that it has only been around since 2008. 59 more words

Blogs

Broads United

I am honored to have been asked to guest blog on an amazing new site called Broads United. The site is dedicated to allowing women from all backgrounds express their views on everything from politics to personal issues. 23 more words

Women

Interior Wall Cracks could Mean Danger.

After spending some time talking to several new homeowners, the topic of wall cracks has come up and the concerns they should rightly have.

Not all wall cracks mean problems, but some could indicate some major settling of structural supports of your home. 19 more words

Handyman

Cherry Crush - Turning EP

Scuzzy Shoegaze

Self-Released January 6, 2017

Cherry Crush’s first release, DEMOS, came out nearly two years ago, experimenting with different approaches to their sound. Since then, the band has solidified their sound into something more instantly recognizable as their own –  199 more words

Ben

[ Mixtape ] NaaForreal By @KodeineBreezie

Still In Full Swing, Kodeine Breezie drops off a early project, he had announced last year that this project was OTW and now we finally get the project in its entirety. 25 more words

MUSIC

Lee-Jackson Day 2017

As is my custom when visiting Lexington, Virginia, I swung by Stonewall Jackson Cemetery on Saturday to pay my respects to the general. I was in town at the invitation of the Sons of Confederate Veterans to speak at their annual Lee-Jackson Symposium, yet I knew I was coming into a political hornets’ nest, as well. 709 more words

Memory