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The show starts at 6:30 p.m. at Colonial Tavern on Lafayette Boulevard. Clemons is the oldest son of E Street Band's Clarence Clemons, who died last year.
The Washington, D.C. band played a high-energy show at Eyeclopes for Fredericksburg All Ages' sixth anniversary.
Arts, Local Connections
Artists Mirinda Reynolds and Carol Coffman are leading the project.
Watch the video of a group of Mormon youth that surprised mall visitors Saturday night at center court.
Can City Council find more money for the arts? There are a few council members who are working on the front.
Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Local Connections, Summer
The event will begin at 3 p.m. in the courthouse area.
Angela Easterling will bring her talents to the steps of the downtown library on Caroline Street. Show starts at 7 p.m. Roger McGuinn, founder of the Byrds, called her "a bright shining star on the horizon."
Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Fredericksburg Mayor-elect Mary Katherine Greenlaw told about 35 advocates of arts and culture that working on a performing arts center is a top priority for her in her first four-year term.
Volunteers in the News, Arts, The Neighborhood Files, Summer
Fredericksburg All Ages held its first of eight outdoor summer concerts at Market Square in downtown Fredericksburg. The shows are every Thursday through July 26.
Ed Dickerson's new band The Giving Tree and New Haven indie musicians Plume Giant played at Raven Hi-Fi Wednesday night.
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