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Fair dinner escorts in autumn’s rise

September 2, 2011 The insistent chatter of cicadas is a signal of summer’s end. As much as the shortening of days and turning of leaves, the music of nature lets us know that the seasons are changing. more »»

A look behind the picture show

August 5, 2011 My friend, Jeannie Mozier, and her husband, Jack, own the Star Theater in Berkeley Springs. more »»

A Hollywood meeting in the Sweet Shop

July 1, 2011 ­­­­­­Let me just come out and say up front that I am unabashedly star-struck. When we’re in New York, and I see an actor I recognize, my husband has to steer me by an el­­bow as I gape. more »»

Service important part of any meal

June 4, 2011 Service is everything. The diner waitress, in her soft-soled shoes and pink uniform, calls you “hon” and keeps your coffee cup fresh. more »»

Reborn Shaharazade’s ‘waking up’

May 6, 2011 Legend has it that the lovely Shahrazad wove stories over 1,001 nights to save herself from death. more »»

Get a bird’s eye view - visit the Landing

April 1, 2011 The coolest thing about The Landing restaurant isn’t the food. It’s the view. The food is okay. more »»

Serendipity to be discovered

March 4, 2011 For years, one of my favorite spots on West German Street was the stuffy, dusty old antiques store. more »»

Chocolate rich in history

February 18, 2011 February being the month of chocolate, let’s do a little taste-testing in the name of responsible journalism. more »»

Farm-to-table restaurant menu stays at peak

February 4, 2011 A great reason to anticipate the coming of spring sits atop a ridge just west of Berkeley Springs. more »»

Local grocery, cafe seen in a new light

January 21, 2011 Less than a year after arson nearly destroyed Good Natured, a health-food grocery and cafe in Martinsburg, what has risen from the ashes is a phoenix of lovely plumage. more »»

 
 
 

 

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