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It 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.
07.01.2010Bay 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.
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