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Bay sea nettles leave lasting impression
I cried the day I was baptized off the shores of Morattico in the Rappahannock River, not because I was particularly moved by the moment, although I was. I cried because we’d stopped for the baptism in the middle of a nest of sea nettles and they’d feasted on my tender 10-year-old flesh.
07.01.2010Welcome to Gloucester
Gloucester’s Main Street still functions as it did over 350 years ago—as the village center. Today it is still a thriving business district with shops and diverse restaurants serving foods from around the world. Restaurants featuring Chinese, Mexican, Thai and Italian foods compliment the gourmet restaurants and “down home” cooking.
07.01.2010Rivah Life: June 2010
Check out this slide show of people having fun at the Rivah! All of the photos were submitted by readers like you. To submit photos of your Rivah excursions, email them to . Please include names of people in the photo, location of the photo and a brief description of what's happening. You just might see yourself in the next Rivah Visitor's Guide!
06.18.2010Bistro dining in the Northern Neck
Town Bistro opened in June 2005. Chef Jett, a native of White Stone, grew up hunting, fishing and spending time around her family’s gardens and began her understanding of food preparation at a young age. She later attended Johnson and Wales University in Norfolk, graduating at the top of her class with an A.A.S. in culinary arts.