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Nothing else compares to the taste of fresh herbs from the garden. They dress up any dish and even the tiniest bit makes a difference, said Master Gardener Paula Brownlee, who admits her enthusiasm for the subject has grown with her since her childhood in England. comments

WINCHESTER -- The Old Town Development Board has announced plans for adding new events to a score of successful ones from last year. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- The Front Royal Women's Resource Center won two out of three prize categories in last year's Taste for Books event. Planning a French theme this year, their book club has a good chance of sweeping the contest, which starts at 6 p.m. April 26. comments

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The 12th Annual Redbud Festival this Saturday will combine several successful events the community of Browntown has come to expect each year. comments

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Nine short films about issues that affect women could have a great effect on area girls. comments

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A Saturday evening effort to build houses for the community will not require hard hats, but cocktail attire is recommended. comments

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Not since George Washington's time has anyone had to fear the possibility of a pig on the lawn of his downtown Winchester office. comments

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Filmgoers to the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema on Saturday won't just see a documentary of New York City street dancing. comments

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The Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum in Winchester will hold its grand reopening May 10. Visitors will be admitted free from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., and the following day a Mother's Day celebration will admit mothers free from 1 to 5 p.m. comments

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Onalee McGraw thought her chances of winning Turner Classic Movies' Ultimate Fan contest were pretty slim. But she entered anyway, "for the fun of it." comments

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Seneca Rocks isn't the highest point in West Virginia. That record belongs to Spruce Knob in Pendleton County, but Jesse Von Fange, Chad Heddleston and Jeremy Tooley found a worthy contender. comments

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In search of a high flying good time this weekend, hundreds are expected to show up for Saturday's Kite Festival at Sherando Park. comments

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There are 18 waterfalls at Tom Waters' Strasburg home on Hockman Road -- all of them between the garage and the sunroom. comments

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FRONT ROYAL -- Spring is a time when homeowners air out, dust off and reinvigorate their homes. According to Ray Bramble, owner of the Front Royal franchise of Aire Serv Heating and Cooling, it's also the perfect time to think about air quality at home. comments

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The Jewish season of Passover begins with a seder meal at sunset on April 14. comments

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MIDDLETOWN -- Café Gourmet is more than a food stop on a college campus. In the Student Union at Lord Fairfax Community College in Middletown, the café offers full-service meals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, and it's open to everyone. comments

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Ranger-conducted programs at Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historical Park started last weekend in Middletown. comments


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