For years, numerous visitors to the Graffiti House in Brandy Station have reported strange noises, unexplained happenings and ghostly apparitions.
I was in the middle of an vvemail to an old friend this week, and had written a sentence about a mutual acquaintance that was more than 50 percent positive but contained a snarky word or two. I paused. “Is that necessary?” I thought to myself.
Since moving to the United States of America 15 years ago, I have watched how Halloween is increasingly becoming very popular and certainly, very commercialized.
The Virginia Tourism Corp. Thursday started a new marketing program specifically aimed at drawing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered — aka LGBT — tourists to visit the state.