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‘Phenomenon’ stars in Prizery summer show

Jacob Waid, The Prizery’s “Jean Valjean” in its current production of “Les Miserables,” is big in too many ways for an audience to ignore — 6-feet tall, huge expressive eyes, a monumental baritone, and, yes, “presence,” the kind that has already provided him with a ticket to Broadway and an audition for “Phantom of the Opera” in August.

AAA Mid-Atlantic: Summer gas prices may have peaked

Have pump prices peaked for the summer? All the telltale signs, tea leaves, gut-feelings and educated-guesses market watchers and energy analysts hazard to use point that way. 

Climbing to Heaven for art

With the Tour de France currently raging in Europe, many fans are thinking of the giant mountains that racers face almost daily.  How do they climb those massive peaks on their bikes, and how do they do it over and over?

IN THE CARPENTER’S WORKSHOP: How’s your appraisal going?

It is a fact that we are being evaluated everyday.  The words we say, the actions we take, they are all out there for public perusal.  

‘Les Miserables’ actress no stranger to stage

Claire Kaputska returns to The Prizery stage this summer after appearing in last summer’s “Oliver,” “Red, White and Broadway” and “Legally Blonde.”   

Old Souls’ Antiques now open in downtown South Boston

Old Souls’ Antiques, a new store featuring timeless items, is now open for business in what was once the U.S. Factory Outlet on Main Street in downtown South Boston. 

CONCERT CALENDAR: Check out what's happening this weekend


Chastain Home for Gentlewomen, Halifax … Local musicians performing ‘Music on the Porch’ July 13.

Long & Foster to open new office in SoBo

Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., the largest independent residential real estate company in the United States, will open a new office in South Boston, located at 3510 Old Halifax Road, on Monday. 

Reception honors artist Bob Cage

“Chance/Chants: New Works by Bob Cage” is the featured exhibit at The Prizery during the months of July and August.

A Fourth of July prayer

When we set off firecrackers, eat hot dogs and burgers and otherwise celebrate the Fourth of July, let us not forget that we were founded by people of Christian faith who not only believed in God, but trusted in him for their future.  Every now and then the idea will pop up that God is dead or that we don’t need to follow his direction.  The cacophony of believers all across the world refute that by their very existence. We should do more.