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Mystery dinner: Joe's Steakhouse takes patrons back to Old West

1joes.jpg WOODSTOCK-- Lately, one question has been on the lips of the patrons of Joe's Steakhouse in Woodstock: Who killed Mitch Maverick? Upon walking in on certain nights in July, customers found the restaurant and bar transformed into the set of "Murder at the Deadwood Saloon," "where the whiskey never runs dry and the saloon girls are fresh." comments
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Warren County Fair demolition derby: Here's mud in your eye

William Barb sits in his car FRONT ROYAL -- The 53rd annual Warren County Fair is under way this week through Aug. 7. Carnival rides, musical performances, ATV dirt drag-racing, bingo, a greased pig contest and a tractor pull are among activities you will find at this year's fair. comments
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Photographer captured Presley's life pre-fame

1elvis.jpg WINCHESTER -- It was a cold day in March 1956 when a young photojournalist first crossed paths with a 21-year-old Elvis Presley. comments
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History at Sunset: Ranger-conducted program shows devastation of war

Eric Campbell stands on the grounds at Belle Grove MIDDLETOWN -- Even though the National Park Service has had a presence in Middletown since 2002, many people don't know it. comments
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Review: Holiday cheer comes early at theater

The cast of "White Christmas" WINCHESTER -- Dreaming of a white Christmas? The Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre provides a temporary fix, or at least a reasonable facsimile, with its production of "White Christmas." comments
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Poetry readings put focus on literary arts

Kristin Zimet and Robert Lesman go over some of the material WINCHESTER -- Below the surface of the Northern Shenandoah Valley is a wellspring of artistic talent just waiting to gush forth. comments
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Review: 'Dead Man's Cell Phone' short on comedy

"Dead Man's Cell Phone" MIDDLETOWN -- The mere title "Dead Man's Cell Phone" is sure to pique interest, but Sarah Ruhl's challenging dark comedy at Wayside Theatre is more dark than comedic. comments
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Irving Berlin classic offers respite from heat

christmas1.jpg WINCHESTER -- A favorite among Americans for almost 60 years, the musical version of a film starring Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye makes its Winchester debut as the fourth and final production of the Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre at Shenandoah University. comments
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Review: Music is highlight of Patsy Cline show

cline.jpg STEPHENSON -- On the road again, Wayside Theatre presents a spirited tribute to local country singing legend Patsy Cline at Historic Jordan Springs. comments
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On The River 2010 canceled despite large success of last year

Brandon Ketola and Darrian Stoki paddle blindfolded FRONT ROYAL -- On The River 2010, a celebration of one of the community's most important natural resources that was scheduled for Aug. 21, has been canceled. comments

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