Tag: Beverley Street

Staunton West End Alliance community meeting on Dec. 10

The Staunton West End Alliance will hold an open public meeting for West End Community members on December 10 from 6:30 – 8:30pm at Marquis Memorial Methodist Church on West Beverley Street.


Staunton native returns to Queen City with her first novel

As a screenwriter for thirtysomething, Grey’s Anatomy and Party of Five, Ann Lewis Hamilton has repeatedly captured the drama of family life in all its forms—the frank, funny and forthright moments that define our relationships.


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Bookworks features local author’s new novel

The story of Jacob & Esau, one of the greatest biblical portrayals of deceit & its consequences, is re-imagined in this witty, perceptive tale of conflicting characters, woven around the highlands of Virginia and Tennessee.


Local author marks latest release with book signing

Book-signing on Saturday, September 6, 2-4 p.m., at Bookworks in Staunton with author Paul Klein, whose latest book is Unusual Suspects: Four Stories of Suspicion, Suspense and Murder.


Sen. Warner staff office hours in Staunton

Sam Louis Taylor, Outreach Representative at Senator Mark Warner’s Roanoke office, will be holding remote office hours in your area.


Kids Night Out 2014 in Staunton on Friday

Kids’ Night Out 2014 in Downtown Staunton will feature a combination of activities just-for-kid including giveaways, crafts, specials, free entertainment, and demonstrations scheduled all around downtown.


Bookworks hosting signing for Laura Long

Bookworks in Staunton is hosting an event for poet / novelist Laura Long this Saturday afternoon.


Author talk: At-home cures that really work

National Geographic editor & award-winning feature writer Barbara H. Seeberis a 30-year veteran of the publishing world. As an editor for National Geographic Books, she helped launch a number of titles in their line of health books.


Sibling poets release joint book

Many siblings overcome estranged family relationships, but few decide to express this emotional advance by collaborating on a book of poems.


Staunton Augusta Art Center opens new exhibit May 23

The Staunton Augusta Art Center and Beverley Street Studio School are collaborating on a major new exhibition titled The American Landscape.


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Staunton native Lucinda Marshall Segneri returns home with five new books

Lucinda Marshall Segneri never seems to sit still, and she will be visiting her hometown to share five books that have been recently released (which encompass just three of her many interests).


Street milling, paving in Staunton next week

The Staunton Department of Public Works will begin milling operations the week of April 28. Paving will start the week of May 5.


Local author Nancy Sorrells to sign copies of new Augusta County book at Bookworks

Book signing featuring Images of America: Augusta County, by local author Nancy T. Sorrells.


North Coalter Street project in Staunton: Expect delays

Beginning Monday, April 7, the City of Staunton will begin replacement of a leaking water line in the North Coalter Street right-of-way between East Beverley Street and East Frederick Street.


Bridgewater College to celebrate Founders Day on Tuesday

Bridgewater College will celebrate the 134 years since its founding on Tuesday, April 1, presenting three awards during the 11 a.m. Founder’s Day Convocation in the Carter Center for Worship and Music.


Re-discover a unique element of area history: The Blue Ridge Tunnel

In one of the greatest engineering feats of his time, Claudius Crozet led the completion of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Tunnel in 1858.