Recreation of Washington's tent on display Saturday at Colonial Williamsburg
WILLIAMSBURG - Colonial Williamsburg’s Historic Trades tailors and seamsters will open a new public exhibition Saturday when they begin stitching hundreds of yards of linen fabric to fashion a replica of Gen. George Washington’s “oval office” — a large marquee tent that was the commander-in-chief’s home for the last four years of the American Revolution.
Come to the Fair! Annual Colonial May Fair at Pottsgrove Manor
Celebrate spring at the Annual Colonial May Fair held at historic Pottsgrove Manor on Saturday, May 4 from 11a.m. to 5p.m.
Group Three Spot Gasoline Trades at 19 Cents Premium to Nymex
Group Three's spot N-grade regular conventional gasoline premiums continue to widen amid tight supply, increased buying by refiners and speculation of production cuts at Flint Hills Resources, or FHR, Pine Bend Refinery in Rosemount, Minn.
Pakistani bagpipe business a throwback to colonial times
When it came time for a musical demonstration of the bagpipe maker’s finest product, the player wasn’t wearing traditional Scottish highland dress but rather Pakistan’s national outfit, a salwar kameez and sandals.
LTS Travel Fair: Military Families learn recreation options
Military Families in the National Capital Region spoke with vendors from Kings Dominion in Virginia, the Crime Museum in Washington, D.C. and Colonial Williamsburg, Va., among other vendors, during Fo