Entries by Jennifer

Finding Balance Through Age-old Tradition

The ancient practice of Ayurvedic medicine comes to Berryville By Geo Giordano, MSc, registered medical herbalist Ayurveda is the traditional medical practice of India, estimated to be more than 5,000 years old. It teaches that the universe and everything in it is made up of the five elements: ether, air, fire, water and earth. According […]

Around Clarke County December/January

December 14 FISH Christmas Open House at Rosemont Historic Rosemont Manor. 16 Rosemont Manor Lane. Berryville. View elaborate decorations in the Georgian-style mansion dating back to 1811. Representatives from the featured charity will be on hand with information. 5–8pm. Adults $10, students $5, children 5 and younger free. 540-955-2834. 16 Yuletide Feast Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Be welcomed […]

Bre Bogert’s Natural Moments Photographer captures the people and places of Clarke County

by Claire Stuart Kids running through the woods. Kids grinning and mugging for the camera. Kids sometimes looking sulky or even crying. Kids giggling and peeking from behind trees. Kids with their siblings, their moms and dads and their dogs. Clarke County photographer Bre Bogert loves catching families in natural moments against a backdrop of […]

Gemparcel is Sparkling on Main Street in Berryville

Story by Rebecca Maynard, Photo by Bre Bogert If you’re looking for a gift for that someone on your list who loves jewelry, look no further than Berryville Main Street’s newest business, Gemparcel, located at 23 East Main Street, Suite B (right above Fire House Gallery). Gemparcel is owned by husband-and-wife team Michael and Pachariya “Peach” Perez. […]

Around Clarke County – November/December 2017

November 17 Timothy Chambers TED Talk, Book Signing and Reception Barns of Rose Hill. 95 Chalmers Ct. Berryville. Evening with accomplished local portrait and landscape painter, founder and teacher of Iguana Art Academy and author, Tim Chambers, as he shares his TED Talk given in Chicago as well as his latest book, “Seeing Beautiful,” followed by a book […]

Everyone is Welcome at the Hideaway Cafe

By Claire Stuart Hideaway Café in Winchester has announced they are moving from the Old Post Office Building, and hope to be up and running in their new location by Thanksgiving, or December 1 at the latest. The café has billed itself as the community’s living room — more than just a place to enjoy […]

Clarke County Committee Working to Bring Broadband Internet Access to All

By Rebecca Maynard Most Clarke County residents seem to love what it has to offer – beautiful scenery, a close-knit community and low population density thanks to a commitment to land preservation. With low population density, however, comes one challenge that has only become an issue in recent years: access to reliable, fast broadband internet access. […]

A Holiday with History

by Keith Patterson We are blessed to live in a place that hearkens back to the fondest of our memories. The TV shows, movies, greeting cards, songs and jingles on the radio that seem so iconic in depicting the idyllic America of our collective nostalgia are actually describing the lives that we lead here in […]