FOOD & DRINK
Coles Point Plantation: A Mosaic of American History and Morality
Coles Point Plantation stands as a beacon of Virginia's deep-rooted history, nestled in the Northern Neck with origins dating back to the 17th century. Established after the Revolutionary War, the estate spans over 5,000 acres and features a mansion completed in 1825 by enslaved workers. The property has been continuously occupied by the Coles family, with the current generation still residing in the ancestral home. This site invites visitors to delve into the transformation of a nation, reflecting on the Coles family's congressional influence and their complex legacy intertwined with slavery.
The Serene Waters of Abell: Embracing the Waterfront Lifestyle
Nestled on the banks of St. Clement's Bay, the community of Abell, Maryland, offers a refreshing embrace of waterfront living. Residents find sanctuary in the serene environment where the 'Blue Mind' effect enriches mental and physical well-being. Kayaking, fishing, and boating are not just pastimes but threads woven into the fabric of daily life, offering a blend of relaxation and adventure. The area's biodiversity and historical significance, including proximity to St. Clement's Island, further enhance the appeal of this idyllic setting.
Public Hearing Scheduled for The Rivah's Alcohol License Transfer in Cobb Island
Ren Zhou Cai and Jonathan Alexander Martinez of Cai Brother Inc. have requested a transfer of a Class B/RB alcohol beverage license for their establishment, The Rivah. The Rivah is located at 12364 Neale Sound Drive, Cobb Island, Maryland 20625. This request follows the guidelines of the Alcoholic Beverages Article of the Annotated Code of Maryland.
Volume 102, Issue 3, Backpage
Seán is in 11th grade, and this is his first year on The Messenger. When he isn’t referring to himself in the 3rd person, he is busy practicing Viola and digging through a pile of homework. He hopes he can improve his photoshop skills this year.
Stay Up on the Arts with a New App from RPAA
Richmond Performing Arts Alliance (RPAA) has launched a new app that is changing the way that individuals engage with local arts and cultural organizations. The RPAA app features a program called #ArtsHuntRVA – a unique and interactive experience that invites users to embark on a virtual scavenger hunt of participating locations throughout the greater Richmond region.