We’ve got your dance card booked for this weekend, and it looks something like this: businesslike revelry, music hall celebrations, genre-shattering violinists, classic Southern theatre, and A DANG RODEO. You’re welcome!
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Father’s Day is this Sunday, and while parenting issues have the habit of being more mom-centric than dad-o-mated, that doesn’t mean that we can’t make the same fuss over the papas in our lives.
Ask not “What is there to do this weekend?” Instead, ask how you’re going to fit it all in. Also, ask if someone needs a ride. That’s just polite.
Owners of two local horse races have resolved a legal dispute, Colonial Downs will now host Dogwood Classic Races on April 6th.
If you saw a fire at the Colonial Downs track yesterday and wondered why there wasn’t an armada of firetrucks there to put it out, rest assured: it was planned. Why did Colonial downs decide to light the horse track on fire, and what does it mean for the turf?
A friend of mine once won big money betting on a horse named after a geographical anomaly near the town where he grew up, but I’ve never experienced an off-track betting center. Luckily, Ray Gun and Slouch were their to guide me through my first trip to the OTB.