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The Capt’n is in the house
The “main cultural artery” on Granby was exactly what Medlar said she was looking for in a location where customers could get a “mini-Baltimore” feeling but also fresh coastal cattle beef from Pungo, locally roasted coffee, and Virginia beers and wines, with of course, $2 ‘Natty Bohs’ –a Baltimore staple.
This Maryland-style food truck business is planting roots in Norfolk
Finding a motive
Details about that day also revealed the shooter searched online for maps of Building 2 and other buildings in the Municipal Center immediately before sending his resignation email at 10:30 a.m.
Gunman’s motive for killing 12 people in the May 31 Municipal Center massacre remains elusive
A pleasure move
The move is long overdue but not without its risks, said head brewer Drew Stephenson, but the move will give the brewery more space for its brewing operation, more room for customers, and better access to food choices.
For post-9/11 veterans mental health support was sought at a higher rate and readjusting to civilian life is more difficult than it was for the vets before them.
Healing through art
When he designed the piece in just 45 minutes, Majestic said he didn’t even recognize the 12 blue waves featured around a red heart could represent the 12 victims who died on May 31.
‘VB Strong’ art makes its debut in the Virginia Beach ViBe District