Virginia Town Will Host Over 200 Shows At 50 Venues In One Week

first_imgAlexandria, VA will host the 2nd annual Alexandria Live Music Week this Friday, September 30th through October 8th, hosting over 200 performances at over 50 venues throughout the city. While national highlights include bands like Lyle Lovett and Robert Earl Keen, The Funky Meters, El DeBarge and more, a number of the performances will feature local bands that are making a name for themselves in the musically-oriented town.The locally renowned artists like Judge Smith, The Janna Audey Band, Free Flowing Musical Experience, Farley Granger, and Rocky Guttman will all be playing at intimate venues across Alexandria throughout the week. There will a Film Festival showing Spinal Tap, and hometown favorite locales like King Street Blues, Blackwall Hitch, Murphy’s Irish Pub, Fiona’s Irish Pub, Magnolia’s on King, and more will all host music regularly throughout the week! The Birchmere will also be running great concerts in celebration of Live Music Week.The event comes a full year after the debut of Alexandria Live Music Week, but this year’s event features even more performances and venues! To keep up with the full festival, check out the schedule on the official Alexandria Live website.last_img read more

Castle Hill home sells for $1.56 million

first_img30 Yarrawonga Drive, Castle Hill30 Yarrawonga Drive has four bedrooms and is in an elevated position enjoying views out to Palm Island from multiple rooms including the front deck, back yard, living room and kitchen.The house is on 1562sq m of land and also features a sparkling inground pool.It was featured as the Townsville Bulletin Real Estate Guide’sHouse of the Week.The home has many luxury appointments including a chef’s kitchen with European appliances, wine cellar and double shower.Ms Elliott said buyers were recognising the value in land in premium suburbs such as Castle Hill and were searching for well-maintained homes that require little work. The backyard of 30 Yarrawonga Drv has ocean views.The house was sold by Smith & Elliott principal Sally Elliott, who said the bidding was fierce and the vendors were thrilled with the selling price.“It sold well because it’s an extremely large usable block of land and was immaculately presented,” she said. “The owner pulled out all the stops to make sure the property was very well presented with very little to do other than personal touches. It’s in an excellent neighbourhood with younger families starting to move in and it’s close to Townsville Grammar School.”More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020The sale is believed to be the highest sold price for a Townsville house since Townsville’s iconic white house on the hill at 9 Cleveland Terrace, North Ward, sold at auction in August for $1.825 million. 30 Yarrawonga Drive, Castle HillA CASTLE Hill home in one of Townsville’s most exclusive streets with sweeping ocean views has sold under the hammer for a cool $1.56 million.Six registered bidders were vying for the home at the auction on December 16 with a local medical professional making the winning bid.center_img 30 Yarrawonga Drive, Castle Hill“If you’re a professional you’re time poor so you don’t have time to supervise builders and tradespeople, so those buyers are looking for the complete package,” she said.“There has been an increase in people buying premium properties. A lot of people who currently own homes in the outer suburbs and bought well are looking to upgrade or maintain their existing property as a rental.”last_img read more

Facebook post causes stir in Columbus

first_imgColumbus, IN—A social media post from a resident in Columbus has several residents in the city in an uproar.According to the Columbus Police Department, There is a social media post being shared online in regards to an abduction or kidnapping of a little girl in Columbus on Wednesday. They say this information is false.  There have been no reported child abductions in Columbus according to the police department.CPD was investigating a report of a domestic disturbance/battery between two adults involving a red van or SUV in the parking lot of Captain D’s on National Road and a second location earlier today. However, this case did not involve a child.The person that made the original post has gone on to say that it’s not a false post. This person goes on to say her original post states that her daughter and friends never made a claim to seeing the girl/female in question that was screaming for help.  She alleges that they didn’t assume it was a youth until one of the kids in the group that witnessed the ordeal received a call back from dispatch that allege the caller told them there was a report of a little girl being put in a similar ran earlier that morning.The police department does ask that anyone with information in regards to the reported incident is urged to contact the Columbus Police Department at 812-376-2600. Tips and information can be left anonymously.last_img read more