RVA Beer Explorer: Paolo Franco, Southern Railway Taphouse Anniversary, Paint Party, Moon Market

GO TO THIS Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival – The Meadow Event ParkJuly 30th, I’ve never been to this festival but I’m a super big fan of two of these things. Not a big fan of the way I-95 has been on weekends lately so attend at your own risk. RICHMOND’S BIGGEST, BADDEST, BONE-IN, BBQ … Read more

Saltsburg Farmers’ Market to host kids’ bake-off | News

The Saltsburg Farmers’ Market is hosting its first “Kids’ Baking Challenge” event from 3:30 to 7 pm Thursday at Saltsburg Canal Park, right off Point Street. Children between ages 6-14 who registered for the event will put their baking skills to the test by competing against other young bakers. Each entry must be a type … Read more

One ring at a time: Gering businessman crafts medieval armor | National News

One local business owner has taken his passion for crafting back in time. Randy Rice, co-owner of Hand Crafted in Gering, pieces together suits of chainmail armor one metal ring at a time. Rice has been working with chainmail for over five years, and he said it all started with boredom and a video. Randy … Read more

One ring at a time: Gering businessman crafts medieval armor | State & Regional

One local business owner has taken his passion for crafting back in time. Randy Rice, co-owner of Hand Crafted in Gering, pieces together suits of chainmail armor one metal ring at a time. Rice has been working with chainmail for over five years, and he said it all started with boredom and a video. Randy … Read more

One ring at a time: Gering businessman crafts medieval armor | State and Regional News

One local business owner has taken his passion for crafting back in time. Randy Rice, co-owner of Hand Crafted in Gering, pieces together suits of chainmail armor one metal ring at a time. Rice has been working with chainmail for over five years, and he said it all started with boredom and a video. Randy … Read more

Santa Fe’s century-old Indian Market values ​​tradition

Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal The Santa Fe Indian Market opened in 1922 with Navajo rugs hanging from the ceiling of the Armory building like flags. Trophies lined long tables against the wall. No Native Americans sat behind the displays. Today, ribbons have replaced trophies in this grandfather of New Mexico art markets as it … Read more

Houma area activities this weekend: Movies, fishing, farmers market

Catch a movie, compete in a fishing rodeo, shop at a farmers’ market or celebrate Terrebonne Parish’s 200th birthday. They’re among six things to do this weekend in Terrebonne and Lafourche: Catch a movie It’s been almost a year since residents could catch a flick at the Houma-Thibodaux area’s only movie theater. The AMC Palace … Read more

What’s happening this week: Fernbank movie premiere, farmers market, concert series – Decaturish

By Lucas Hill, contributor For more community events, visit “How Do You Atlanta?” To add an event to the calendar, click here. DeKalb County, GA — Various events are happening this week in and around DeKalb County, including Fernbank Museum’s ““Secrets of the Sea” World Movie Premiere, the farmers market in Oakhurst, and a concert … Read more

How the Manistee Farmers Market is faring at its new location

MANISTEE — The Manistee Farmers Market is two months into its first season at the Wagoner Community Center, and according to market manager Brian Garcia, so far, so good. “Things have been going great. I’ve been pleasantly surprised,” Garcia said. “Vendors have been happy. Since the first market, a lot of these vendors have been … Read more

Spanish Market pageantry, artistry on display

July 31—An angel with wings made of sticks and stones hung beside a long-armed mermaid with dangling jewels. “I’m a dreamer,” said their creator, Armando Adrian-López. “Every day, every night I dream. … When I see things I see something else, simple forms, faces, creatures and that’s how I was inspired.” Adrian-López is one of … Read more