If you like Pet Sematary

Dr. Louis Creed and his family move to the rural town of Ludlow, Maine. Although Ludlow seems tranquil, there's something hidden behind its peaceful hometown facade. The busy road that runs by the Creed's home is a racetrack for big-rig trucks, frequently taking the lives of local children's beloved pets. For generations, children have buried…
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If you like The Aftermath

Assigned to oversee the reconstruction of Hamburg in the tumultuous year following World War II, Colonel Lewis Morgan grieves the loss of his son while living with his family in the home of a German widower, an arrangement that forces both families to confront their passions and true selves. The Aftermath The Aftermath is an upcoming drama film…
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Hartwood History

Beyond the I-95 Corridor Drive out Route 17 north from Falmouth, past the strip malls, the shopping centers, and the subdivisions, and you’ll find that as the roadside gets less crowded, the scenery becomes more historic. In the 18th century, this corridor was more a place for pioneers than for fancy plantation owners, though there…
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Tiny Towne Centre Scavenger Hunt

By Christine Carlson, Towne Centre Branch Manager Seek and find the tiniest things you've never noticed about the Spotsylvania Towne Centre! Spotsylvania Towne Centre, April 1-April 30 In partnership with the Spotsylvania Towne Centre. Have you walked the mall recently? Met a friend at Starbucks, and done a little shopping? Perhaps you go there to…
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Fredericksburg in Revolutionary Days, Part I

William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine (William and Mary Quarterly) Volume XXVII, No. 2. October 1918. pp. 73-95. Parts II and III may also be read online.  FREDERICKSBURG IN REVOLUTIONARY DAYS PART I. In a charming diary kept by him while under indentures to Colonel William Daingerfield, of Belvideira (a plantation on the river about seven miles below Fredericksburg) John Harrower a clever Scotchman…
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Fredericksburg in Revolutionary Days: Part II

"Fredericksburg in Revolutionary Days: Part II" The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 3 (Jan., 1919), pp. 164-175. Parts I and III are also available to read online. In November, 1775, Harrower tells us of a muster of the minute men of the district, composed of the counties of Spotsylvania, Caroline, King George, and Stafford, which was held…
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Fredericksburg in Revolutionary Days: Part III

Source: The William and Mary Quarterly, Vol. 27, No. 4 (Apr., 1919), pp. 248-257.  Parts I and II may also be read online.  FREDERICKSBURG IN REVOLUTIONARY DAYS (Concluded) PART III. We come now to the record of one of the most important of Virginia's institutions for the prosecution of the war: the manufactory of small arms established by ordinance of the Convention of July…
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If you like Five Feet Apart

Can you love someone you can never touch? Stella and Will both suffer from cystic fibrosis. Being together means they could pass an infection. Stella is waiting for a lung transplant; Will is on a clinical drug trial. The only way to stay alive is to stay apart. Staying six feet apart doesn't feel like…
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