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Lunch at Lowery’s is a ‘Rivah’ tradition
Located in the heart of the bustling town of Tappahannock, Lowery’s Restaurant is open almost every day of the year and the lunch crowd always shows up. Whether you fill your plate from the large buffet tables or order from the extensive lunch/dinner menu, the reason is obvious why the clientele is so loyal—the food is simply delicious.
07.23.2010Doug Nabham’s Coming Here
If you are young, like I am not, then you would not know that in the 1950s riding a motorcycle categorically labeled you a hoodlum, someone who had abandoned all civility to climb on a loud, smoky machine that brought terror to towns when bikers rolled in.
07.23.2010It happened here
Although the Boston Tea Party is a well-known event in American history, a similar, but not as well-known act of resistance took place in November of 1774 when a British merchant ship belonging to London merchant John Norton sailed into the York River with a small quantity of tea and other provisions.
07.23.2010The Lure of Fishing
The allure of sport fishing is a mysterious, primal pull that leads some people to a lifetime of pleasure as a profession or hobby. It is the tug on a thin line stretched out into the waves, signaling the start of a life and death struggle with an unseen adversary. There is also the fisherman’s simple joy of being out on the water with friends.