An interview with local novelist Brad Parks
Middlesex’s newest best-kept secret is a guy that gave up his day job to write about murder, lawlessness, and drug deals gone bad. Luckily for him it turned out to be a good move. Brad Parks’ first book, “Faces of the Gone,” sold out at several national distributors — including Amazon.com — when it first hit shelves in December.
‘Chapter 6’ to perform in Mathews January 31
Concerts By The Bay will present the smooth a cappella harmony of the six men of “Chapter 6” on Sunday, January 31, at 3 p.m. at Mathews High School.
Work of Urbanna artist displayed at State Capitol
The work of Urbanna artist H. Trainor Roden is being displayed at the Virginia Capitol in Richmond. Trainor received a call “out of the blue” from a Senate aide who explained that selected artists are periodically invited to show their work in the halls of the General Assembly building.
Charles Darden Jazz Ensemble to perform Friday
Abingdon Episcopal Church on Route 17 at White Marsh in Gloucester County will host Charles Darden, vocalist, and his jazz ensemble in the third concert this season in the Arts at Abingdon Series. For further information, call the Abingdon Church Parish Office at 693-3035.