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Fountain Hall boasts decades of worldwide guests

- While bed and breakfasts typically lure guests that are visiting for the history or wine of a region, Fountain Hall is also a haven for locals that just want a night away or as a refuge for visiting family or guests.

Curd Quips: Confessions of a cheese liberal and bark eater

Courtesy photo. This creamy cheese has a festive frock. Edible? Yes, this Fleur Verte wouldn’t be the same if you separated the two tastes. Outside coating is made with herbs like tarragon.
- It’s been said that “We eat first with our eyes.” If true, cheese works well on any plate. Consider not only the variety of shapes and colors in cheese, but - the rinds. Rinds, being the exterior of the cheese, pate being the center, that consist of a myriad of types. Be they rinds covered with herbs, ash, colorfully waxed, orange, brown or bright white, there is the one question that daunts just about everybody, “can I eat the rind?”

Real People Real Stories: After the interview with Dr. Susan Werner

Photo by Adam Forster. Dr. Susan Werner is a pediatrician in Culpeper. She received her medical degree from Drexel University College of Medicine and has been in practice for 33 years.
- One of the best parts of being a community television producer is getting to experience the different types of people and personalities that make up our community. We may only be with a person for an hour but because of the focused nature of an interview we really get a very good look into a person's life. This is especially true after the cameras are turned off and they add context and more background to what they shared in the interview.

Curtain Calls: “Texts and Beheadings” - Elizabeth 101

Photo by Teresa Wood. Four Elizabeths (l -r) Monique Barbee, Cristina Spina, Ayeje Feamster, and Juliana Francis-Kelly) star in Compagnia de’ Colombari’s “Texts and Beheadings/ElizabethR” at the Folger Theatre through Oct. 4.
- Nothing says “college drama class exercise” like actors lined up delivering alternating words in a single speech. If that were my only exception to Karin Coonrod’s world premiere contribution to the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival as it appears at Folger, I would happily recommend it for a closer look. Unfortunately, hackneyed devices and overly clever riffs are the vehicle for – I’m guessing here – a study of the life and character of Elizabeth I.

Home & Garden: Ways to nurture early childhood development in your home

- From the nursery to the playroom, playtime should be safe and fun. But experts say that beyond these considerations, these spaces should incorporate elements that promote early childhood development.

What’s Happening around Culpeper

- Events in the Culpeper Area for October 1 - October 25

Annual October Farm Tour features new faces

Photo by Wally Bunker. Jeff and Teresa Gregson are first time participants in this year’s annual farm tour. Come ready for a Christmas tree at Bees and Trees Farm.
- Little did the first-time farmers know that three years later, they would join four other new farms on this year’s Culpeper Harvest Days Farm Tour. The annual event showcases Culpeper County’s prosperous agri-business.

Athlete of the Week: Hunter Crim

- Battle tested triple threat Hunter Crim has will to succeed

Biz Bio- Davis Street Pier: Seafood brings a taste of the Ocean to Culpeper

- Remember how thrilling it is to find a sand dollar on the beach? The Davis Street Pier is one of those treasured finds and it’s closer than North Carolina.

Germanna president pledges new, hyper-focused commitment to student success

- In his semi-annual State of the College address Tuesday , Germanna Community College President David A. Sam promised a new, hyper-focus on student success this year and beyond.

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