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Wedding Venue in The US: Our Recommendation Part II

2023.06.05 07:36 scarlet2248 Wedding Venue in The US: Our Recommendation Part II

Popular wedding venues in the western and central states were featured in Part 1 of US wedding venues. So in part two, we'll focus on wedding venues in the eastern states. Whether it's a luxurious hotel, a rustic barn, or a spacious meadow, all are included. Again, the features of these venues and the approximate prices will be written. Let's explore these beautiful wedding venues!

Wisconsin Wedding Venues

The Paine Art Center and Gardens

This is an art museum located at 1410 Algoma Blvd, Oshkosh. It is an English-style country estate and has nearly four acres of gardens. It has perennial plants and is a great outdoor ceremony venue. Also, there is a historic mansion, charming carriage house, and greenhouse. The venue can accommodate up to 200 people and costs approximately $3000 to $4000 For 100 Guests.

The Lageret

This is a professional event venue located at 515 E Main St, Stoughton. This historic venue offers industrial and rustic charm with exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and wood beams. It has ample space for ceremonies and receptions. The venue offers event coordination, customizable lighting options, a bridal suite, and access to preferred vendors. Accommodations for up to 250 people start at $3,500 for a 12-hour rental.

The Enchanted Barn

Located at 1543 6 1/2 Ave, Hillsdale, this barn has an old-world rustic atmosphere around every corner. Featuring several indoor and outdoor venues, one of the most popular ceremony locations is located in Barn's upper-level Hayloft, featuring old wood timbers. Several wedding package options are available here and can accommodate up to 220 people. Off-season all-inclusive wedding packages are $5,000 plus $21 per person.

Illinois Wedding Venues

Danada House

This is a historic mansion located at 3S501 Naperville Rd, Wheaton. a short drive from Chicago. The mansion is also surrounded by a forest preserve that allows for nature-filled photos. There are seven ceremony locations in total, and the largest Magnolia Garden can accommodate up to 300 guests. Venue rentals start at $3,500.

The Morton Arboretum

This is a public nature garden and outdoor museum located at 4100 IL-53, Lisle. Inside there are not only mature trees and flowers but also a playground for children. Offering beautiful woodland and lakeside views. The large garden has a total of 12 venues to choose from and the largest room can accommodate up to 300 guests. Prices range from $600 to $9,000 depending on the size of the room and the time of year it is held.

Salvage One

Located at 1840 W Hubbard St, Chicago, this is a very unique location that serves as a store besides being a wedding venue. It preserves treasured furniture from the past. This old Chicago warehouse offers an enchanting vintage atmosphere. The ceremony and banquet space can accommodate about 200 people and space rentals start at $4,000.

Kentucky Wedding Venues

The Barn at Cedar Grove

The address is 1000 Brockman Keltner Rd, Greensburg, which has a rustic barn setting with picturesque scenery. Offering outdoor ceremony space, climate-controlled reception space, bridal suite, groom's quarters, and fire pit. The venue in the barn can accommodate up to 230 people. For fewer guests, the average budget for a wedding here is between $6,000 and $9,000.

The Brown Hotel

This 100-year-old hotel is located at 335 W Broadway, Louisville. The hotel has a striking Georgian Revival look and offers elegant ballrooms, luxurious accommodations, and a gorgeous rooftop garden. The hotel also has extensive experience in hosting weddings of different cultures, such as Jewish and Indian weddings. Prices are $18,000 in the off-season and can accommodate up to 300 guests.

Talon Winery & Vineyards

This winery has a large outdoor space at 7086 Tates Creek Rd, Lexington. Offers vineyard and winery backdrop, outdoor ceremony space, and rustic barn. The best part is the wine-tasting and vineyard tours. The venue can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices for ceremonies start at $1500.

Tennessee Wedding Venues

Butterfly Hollow

Located at 28 Bussell Rd, Gordonsville, our vacation accommodations are perfect for small weddings. Surrounded by scenic walking trails, mountains, and woods. This venue specializes in small weddings of 30 people or less, with a focus on an intimate and cozy experience. Wedding packages range from $1795 to $5000.

Dixon Gallery and Gardens

An art gallery on 17 acres of gardens located at 4339 Park Ave, Memphis, offers a romantic and artistic setting for weddings. The gallery offers two indoor reception venues as well as woodlands and gardens, both of which can accommodate up to 200 guests. Prices are approximately $4000 to $5000 For 100 guests.

The Bell Tower

The Bell Tower, located at 400 4th Ave S, Nashville, is almost 140 years old. The ballroom features large windows that provide plenty of natural light, creating a charming and historic setting for weddings. There are two floors beside the lobby. Seated dinners for up to 400 people range from $3,500 to $16,000 depending on time and venue.

Mississippi Wedding Venues

The Cedars

The site at 4145 Old Canton Rd, Jackson is the oldest residential building in Jackson, with a history of 175 years. The courtyard in front of the house with trees such as cedar, oak, and magnolia provides a natural backdrop for weddings. The venue can accommodate up to 300 people and costs $3,500 for a two-day weekend rental.

Dunleith Historic Inn

A National Historic Landmark located at 84 Homochitto St, Natchez, the mansion features Greek Revival columns and original pine floors. The event space has a main floor, courtyard, and South Lawn, which can accommodate up to 700 people. Wedding packages start at $6,500, not including catering.

The Gin at Flora Station

The address is 4819 MS-22, Flora. The refurbished cotton gin blends rustic charm with modern amenities. It offers indoor and outdoor spaces, including a covered gazebo and a patio with an old-fashioned truck bar. Rentals for ceremonies and receptions start at $3,500.

Alabama Wedding Venues

B&A Warehouse

This building, located at 1531 1st Ave S, Birmingham, is historic from the outside. With its industrial-inspired design and high ceilings along with red brick walls. Three indoor venues can accommodate up to 300 guests, and the cost of a ceremony starts at $4,000.

The Sterling Castle

This castle is located at 389 Deseret Dr, Shelby, and has been voted the best wedding venue in Alabama. The fairytale-style castle, elegant ballroom, charming courtyard, and lakeside and drawbridge venues. This beautiful venue can accommodate up to 300 guests and all-inclusive weddings are priced at $10,000+.

Huntsville Museum of Art

This is an art museum located at 300 Church St SW, Huntsville. With unique indoor and outdoor spaces, the museum is a contemporary art gallery. Offering outdoor spaces with a rooftop terrace, and five indoor hospitality venues. The starting venue fee for a wedding reception in high season is $1,500.

Michigan Wedding Venues

Colony Club Detroit

Located at 2310 Park Ave, Detroit, this Georgian-style, historic venue features stunning architecture and gorgeous interiors. The hotel features a grand ballroom decorated with crystal chandeliers and intricate details. The ballroom can accommodate up to 350 guests and is priced between $12,000 and $15,000.

Castle Farms

This historic building, built in 1918, is located at 5052 M-66, Charlevoix. With a total of four site combinations in the summer. It offers several ceremony and reception spaces, including a charming outdoor garden and a majestic stone courtyard. The largest of these, the East Garden and Queen's Courtyard can host up to 300 guests. And the price range is between $6,750 and $9,250.

The Inn at Stonecliffe

This is a Victorian village located at 8593 Cudahy Cir, Mackinac Island. away from the hustle and bustle of the area. With beautiful gardens and breathtaking views of Lake Huron and the Mackinaw Bridge. Accommodates up to 300 people and prices range from $4000 to $10,000.

Ohio Wedding Venues

Franklin Park Conservatory

This is a horticultural and educational institution located at 1777 E Broad St, Columbus. The most popular venue is the indoor garden with an all-glass ceiling. Besides, there is an industrial-style venue and a 200-year-old barn. The venue has plenty of space and can accommodate up to 500 people, with prices ranging from $7,000 to $11,000 for a wedding of 100 guests.

The Columbus Athenaeum

The historic building at 32 N 4th St, Columbus, was built in 1899. With a total of ten venues to choose from, the Grand Ballroom boasts gorgeous details and a stunning atrium. It is decorated with classical Greek art as well as soaring ornate ceilings. It can accommodate up to 230 guests. Prices for receptions start at $3,000.

Gervasi Vineyard

An oversized wine estate located at 1700 55th St NE, Canton. Picturesque vineyard setting and sparkling lake views. The open-air venue can accommodate up to 300 people, while the indoor venue can accommodate up to 120 guests. Full-service event planning, vineyard tours, and wine tastings are available. Prices for receptions will start at $1,450.

Georgia Wedding Venues

Barnsley Resort

This resort is located at 597 Barnsley Gardens Rd NW, Adairsville. With over 3,000 acres of land, it is a historic southern estate. With lush gardens, luxurious cabins, and grounds that can accommodate up to 250 people. Three wedding packages are available: $275 per person, $320 per person, and $350 per person. And a least of 150 people is required.

Summerour Studio

This is a renovated warehouse located at 409 Bishop St NW, Atlanta. The roof is supported by massive bow trusses, which allow for a spacious, open floor plan without columns or supports. Through a wall of windows running the length of the space, there are breathtaking views of Atlantic Station and the downtown skyline. Accommodating up to 425 people, prices start at $4,000.

The Biltmore Ballrooms

The ballroom is located at 817 W Peachtree St NW 208, Atlanta, and was established in 1924. The ballroom features a handcrafted plaster relief ceiling, ornate crystal lighting, and a marble floor. Capacity ranges from 50 to 1,500 people and offers eleven caterers. Rental rates range from $3,500 to $5,000, depending on the day of the week.

Florida Wedding Venues

The Ancient Spanish Monastery

Located at 16711 W Dixie Hwy, North Miami Beach. This monastery was dismantled piece by piece from northern Spain and shipped to the United States, then rebuilt over 19 months. It offers a chapel and gardens for ceremonies. The garden can accommodate up to 300 guests for $6,500 and includes only the cost of the reception.

The Breakers Palm Beach

This is a luxury resort located at 1 S County Rd, Palm Beach. This luxury resort is located in Palm Beach and enjoys magnificent beachfront views, lush gardens, and an exquisite ballroom. It boasts a timeless and elegant ambiance. It can host weddings for a maximum of less than 500 people, and detailed prices need to be communicated with the hotel.

The Ringling Museum

The museum is located at 5401 Bay Shore Rd, Sarasota, with a breathtaking view of Sarasota Bay. This venue offers unique views of art, culture, and the stunning waterfront. It includes many event spaces, including a large courtyard and an elegant ballroom. The largest art gallery courtyard can accommodate up to 125 guests and prices start at $20,000.

New York Wedding Venues

Mohonk Mountain House

Located at 1000 Mountain Rest Rd, New Paltz, this historic resort is surrounded by 40,000 acres of pristine forest. Featuring a majestic Victorian castle with panoramic mountain views. Choose from lakeside, garden, and mountain views for your ceremony. Wedding packages range from $275 to $375 per person.

The Foundry

The address is 42-38 9th Street, Long Island City, with a history dating back to the 19th century. Offering an industrial chic atmosphere, a garden courtyard and conservatory, a stunning main space, plus rustic interiors. Accommodates up to 180 guests, with receptions starting at $14,000.

The Garrison

Estate at 2015 US-9, Garrison, with superb Hudson River views and Catskill Mountain views. The venue offers a modern ballroom, outdoor ceremony space, and golf course. The venue can accommodate up to 200 guests for $12,000.

Pennsylvania Wedding Venues

The Curtis Atrium

The historic building at 699 Walnut St, Philadelphia used to be the Curtis Publishing Company. It is now a building with a mix of residential, office, and retail space. It features a stunning atrium, marble columns, and a stunning rotunda. Space rentals start at $8,000.

The Cork Factory Hotel

This boutique hotel is located at 480 New Holland Ave 3000, Lancaster, a converted historic cork mill with exposed brick walls. Offering industrial charm and modern amenities. The venue has a ballroom, a terrace, and a 2,300-square-foot warehouse. Space is available for up to 200 guests, and wedding packages start at $7,000.

Terrain Gardens at Devon Yard

A stunning garden is located at 138 W Lancaster Ave Suite 130, Devon. The venue is decorated with elements such as reclaimed barn wood floors, raised holiday lights, and skylights to create a unique aesthetic. Of course, there is an essential gardening setting and open-air venue that can accommodate up to 140 guests. Prices for receptions start at $4,525.

West Virginia Wedding Venues

Stonewall Resort

The entire resort is nestled beside a tranquil lake at 940 Resort Drive Roanoke, a place of scenic beauty and rustic charm. Wedding venues are available on the lakeside lawn or in the courtyard, with an indoor grand hall and stone-walled ballroom. Spa services, golf courses, and entertainment can also be experienced with wedding packages ranging from $3,500 to $12,000.

The Greenbrier

A luxury resort located at 101 W Main St, White Sulphur Springs. With stunning architecture, beautiful gardens, and breathtaking mountain views. The indoor venue has a dramatic chandelier and stage. The outdoor grounds feature expansive lawns and rustic cabins. Packages start at $10,000 and vary depending on the number of guests, season, and customization.

Sleepy Hollow Golf Club

The Club at 3780 Sleepy Hollow Dr, Hurricane. It is a private golf club for families. Featuring a scenic golf course, elegant ballroom, outdoor lawn ceremony venue, and picturesque countryside views. Wedding packages start at $3,500.

Virginia Wedding Venues


Historic Manor River Park at 1700 Hampton St, Richmond. Inside are gardens, botanical gardens, and native wildlife habitats. The scenic setting includes 100-year-old Italian gardens, European-style manor houses, pavilions, expansive lawns, and the Robbins Nature Center. Prices range from $3,500 to $6,100.

Inn At Willow Grove

This is a rustic accommodation located at 14079 Plantation Way, Orange. It is unusually peaceful and romantic, surrounded by ancient trees and beautiful gardens. One of the gardens, Boxwood, can accommodate up to 175 guests and offers idyllic views. A versatile barn is also available as a hospitality venue, with rates starting at $7,500.

The Tides Inn

Located at 480 King Carter Dr, Irvington, the entire hotel is situated on a beautiful body of water with views of the Chesapeake Bay. It is a waterfront resort. You can also come here to take part in fun activities such as tennis, golf, paddle boarding, biking, and kayaking. Weddings start at $3,100.

North Carolina Wedding Venues

The Bradford

Professional wedding venue located at 523 Pea Ridge Rd, New Hill. It resembles a European town building with charming gardens and rustic barns. It can accommodate up to 250 guests for a ceremony in the gardens. Wedding packages will vary depending on the time of year and are priced at $8,000 on Fridays and $9,800 on Saturdays.

The Merrimon-Wynne House

The mansion located at 500 N Blount St, Raleigh was built in 1876 and has been well maintained and is now a venue for various events. The building has a main floor full of Southern charm. Inside are original floors and mantelshelves, ornate chandeliers, and a wide porch. The outdoor area is also large enough to host ceremonies in the garden and can accommodate up to 250 guests. Prices for receptions start at $5,000.

Fearrington Village

It's an English-style country hotel located at 2000 Fearrington Village Center. Besides the quaint country setting there are dense gardens with water features. The largest venue is the barn, which offers spacious dining and dancing space and can accommodate up to 250 people guests. Prices for ceremonies start at $2500.

South Carolina Wedding Venues

Middleton Place

This National Historic Landmark is located at 4300 Ashley River Rd, Charleston. You can experience daily life on an 18th-century plantation and enjoy 65 acres of unobstructed views and private garden rooms. Also, enjoy the oldest landscaped gardens on the property. There are 7 ceremony venues, ranging from small weddings of 50 to 400 guests. Prices start at $5,000.

William Aiken House

The 1807 mansion is located at 456 King St, Charleston, a restored mansion that showcases Southern charm and architectural elegance. The yard features a magnolia tree that is over two hundred years old and an elegant terrace. It is also rated as one of South Carolina's premier wedding venues. The cost of a ceremony starts at $3,000.

The Cedar Room

Modern industrial event space at 701 E Bay St, Charleston. Featuring exposed brick walls, high ceilings, and large windows overlooking the cityscape. The indoor Cedar Room venue can accommodate up to 500 people for events, and the outdoor yard can seat up to 200. Events on Fridays or Sundays start at $3,500.

Vermont Wedding Venues

Inn at Mountain View Farm

The Inn at 3383 Darling Hill Rd, East Burke, has breathtaking mountaintop views. Enjoy mountain biking, cross-country skiing, and visits to animal farms, among many other activities. Venues can range from beautiful fields to cozy campfires. Weekend wedding packages start at $3,500.

Hildene - The Lincoln Family Home

The building at 1005 Hildene Rd, Manchester is full of meaning. The Lincolns built Hildene as a summer home at the turn of the 20th century. Here you can look out over the Taconic Mountains to the west and the Green Mountains to the east. The outdoor venue can accommodate up to 200 people and wedding reception prices start at $8,000.
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The Henry House

The historic house at 1338 Murphy Rd, North Bennington, built in 1769, is one of the oldest surviving houses in Vermont. Overlooks the authentic red-covered Henry Bridge. The site offers several vendors for you to consider. The large trees outside the house make for the best wedding photos. The venue needs to be contacted for a specific quote.

Massachusetts Wedding Venues

The Crane Estate

This is a Tudor Revival mansion located at 290 Argilla Rd, Ipswich. It was the summer home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Taylor Crane, Jr. with winding salt marshes, miles of barrier beaches, and a beautiful hilltop mansion. And of course the rolling lawns and gardens. There are three sites to choose from in all, with the beachfront site accommodating 200 to 500 people. Weekend weddings are priced at $6500.

Red Lion Inn

The Inn at 30 Main St, Stockbridge has a 250-year history. The entire Inn combines traditional New England hospitality with the amenities of a modern hotel. The largest Hitchcock room capacity is capacity 30-175 people. Venue rentals start at $4,000.

Liberty Hotel

A sophisticated hotel located at 215 Charles St, Boston. Located in the heart of downtown, just steps from shopping, dining, Boston Parks, and more. The hotel offers a private secret garden that can accommodate up to 200 people outdoors and an indoor 3000-square-foot ballroom. Wedding venue rates start at $26,000 for up to 100 guests.

Connecticut Wedding Venues

The Lace Factory

This historic factory is located at 161 River St, Deep River, and offers a charming and rustic atmosphere for a wedding venue. It has wood floors, high ceilings, and large windows overlooking the river. The Lace Factory offers event planning services, on-site catering, and a variety of rental options for weddings of all sizes. The Factory can accommodate up to 225 people and prices start at $5,000.

Eolia Mansion at Harkness State

The address is 275 Great Neck Rd, Waterford. Nestled on the shoreline of Waterford, Connecticut, this elegant mansion offers breathtaking views of Long Island Sound. It has manicured gardens, a stone terrace, and a beautiful ballroom. The price of $5,100 includes exclusive use of the mansion's first floor and south courtyard tent for 5 hours.

The Society Room of Hartford

This event venue is located at 31 Pratt St, Hartford, and the historic venue boasts magnificent architecture. It includes a marble staircase, beautifully frescoed ceilings, and crystal chandeliers. It provides a luxurious and timeless setting for weddings. The venue can accommodate up to 300 guests and prices start at 15,000.

New Hampshire Wedding Venues

Wentworth By The Sea Country Club

Country Club at 60 Wentworth Rd, Rye. This private club is near the shore and enjoys magnificent waterfront views and a romantic atmosphere. The hotel has manicured grounds and a historic clubhouse. It can accommodate up to 250 guests in this setting. Three options are available: lawn, clubhouse, and tent weddings. Reception prices start at $30,000.

The Preserve at Chocorua

This venue, located at 88 Philbrick Neighborhood Rd, Tamworth, is a rustic and secluded wedding venue nestled in the White Mountains. It offers scenic views, a charming barn, and plenty of outdoor space for the ceremony. Outdoor activities such as sleigh rides and hiking are also available. Approximate prices will start at $1000.

Bishop Farm

The Farmhouse, located at 33 Bishop Cutoff, Lisbon, is a historic and beautifully landscaped site in the White Mountains. It offers a restored 1876 farmhouse, a barn, and lush greenery. There is also a romantic bistro with a terrace to relax in. Accommodating up to 200 guests, prices start at $15,000.

Rhode Island Wedding Venues

The Chanler at Cliff Walk

A luxury hotel located at 117 Memorial Blvd, Newport. The Chanler offers luxurious accommodations and a grand mansion setting with stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and access to their world-class restaurant. Specializing in weddings for up to 120 guests with access to their world-class restaurant. Site rentals start at $10,000.

Blithewold Mansion, Gardens & Arboretum

Historic mansion on 33 acres located at 101 Ferry Rd, Bristol with breathtaking views of Narragansett Bay. Large tents are available in the outdoor area, followed by sunset views. Accommodating up to 225 guests, weekend wedding rates start at $12,995.

The Dorrance

Situated in the heart of Providence, The Dorrance is a restored bank building with a sophisticated atmosphere and elegant decor. The most special feature is the long, luxurious bar, which can accommodate up to 200 guests throughout the venue. Venue rentals start at $7,500.

New Jersey Wedding Venues

The Ashford Estate

Located at 637 Province Line Rd, Allentown, this elegant property is nestled in a picturesque setting. Surrounded by hundreds of acres of beautifully preserved farmland, it features sparkling fountains, waterfalls, garden pavilions, expansive views, and of course, luxurious private suites. The wedding venue can accommodate up to 300 guests. Starting at $10,000.

Mallard Island Yacht Club

A club surrounded by water at 1450 NJ-72, Manahawkin. six more venues to choose from in the luxurious private island mansion. The center plaza boasts grand arches and ornate ceilings reminiscent of old-world glamour. The ballroom can accommodate up to 250 people, and prices for receptions start at $20,000.

Liberty House Restaurant & Events

This waterfront event venue is located at 76 Audrey Zapp Dr, Jersey City. It features unparalleled views of the New York City skyline, Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, and the Liberty Landing Pier. The Grand Ballroom features a marble floor and floor-to-ceiling windows. The venue can accommodate up to 300 people and venue rental fees start at $8,000.

Delaware Wedding Venues

The Queen Wilmington

This dazzling venue is located at 500 N Market St, Wilmington is downtown. It is a historic music venue that offers a unique and eclectic atmosphere. The venue features a grand ballroom with a stage, state-of-the-art sound system, and elegant décor. The venue can accommodate up to 200 guests and wedding reception prices start from $3,000.

The Cordrey Center

The address is 30366 Cordrey Rd, Millsboro, and its restored barn and surrounding gardens provide a rustic and charming setting. The venue offers a range of services, including in-house catering, bar service, and event coordination. It has indoor and outdoor options and can accommodate up to 200 guests. Venue rental rates start at $3,500.

The Waterfall Catering and Special Events

With an address at 3416 Philadelphia Pike, Claymont, The Waterfall has a modern venue. Centered around a stunning indoor waterfall. The spacious ballroom features contemporary décor and customizable LED lighting systems. The venue can accommodate up to 500 guests. Prices for venue rentals start at $6,000.

Maryland Wedding Venues

Belvedere Hotel

Located at 1 East Chase Street and built-in 1902 as a historic landmark in Baltimore, The Belvedere showcases stunning architecture and classic charm. It offers a variety of event spaces, including a rooftop ballroom with panoramic views of the city. Inside, the décor is more vintage and ornate. Accommodating up to 500 guests, venue rentals start at $8,000.

Evergreen Museum & Library

This grand Gilded Age mansion is located at 4545 N Charles St, Baltimore. It is full of history with a house museum and research library. With beautiful gardens, this venue offers a mix of elegance and history. It's architectural details and scenic surroundings provide a unique backdrop. As well as a tour of the museum's collection. Accommodates up to 200 guests and starts at $6,000.

Chesapeake Bay Beach Club

Located at 500 Marina Club Rd, Stevensville, this venue offers stunning waterfront views and an elegant ballroom. It also has an oceanfront ceremony venue and luxurious accommodations. There are four ballrooms in total, three indoor and one outdoor. Accommodations for up to 300 guests start at $10,000.

District of Columbia Wedding Venues

Larz Anderson House

Located at 2118 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, the Anderson House, established in 1905, is a stunning Beaux-Arts mansion that offers a romantic and intimate setting for weddings. The venue features beautiful gardens, a grand staircase, and gorgeous rooms decorated with historic artwork. It can accommodate up to 200 guests and has access to the house's magnificent library. Prices start from $8,000.

The Hay-Adams

Located at 800 16th St NW, Washington, across from the White House, the hotel offers magnificent views of the iconic landmark. This venue has many event spaces, including a rooftop terrace from which the White House can be used as a photo backdrop. Wedding venues can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices start at $15,000.

National Museum of Women in the Arts

Located at 1250 New York Ave NW, Washington, this unique venue celebrates women artists and offers a distinctive setting for weddings. With its stunning architecture and world-class art collection, it provides an exquisite atmosphere for your special day. The venue offers a variety of event spaces, including an assembly hall and mezzanine level, and can accommodate up to 400 guests. However, the museum is temporarily closed for renovations.

Maine Wedding Venues

Hidden Pond

The resort's address is 354 Goose Rocks Rd, Kennebunkport, and is nestled in a secluded wooded area. Featuring elegant indoor and outdoor spaces. Surrounded by 60 acres of birch and balsam fir, it features two outdoor pools and a three-room treetop spa. It ensures an unforgettable wedding experience. Prices start from US$10,000.

Hardy Farm

The farm is located at 254 W Fryeburg Rd, Fryeburg. This rustic and chic site features a restored 18th-century farmhouse and a spacious barn with panoramic mountain views. Of course, there are also seasonal gardens and a woodland church. The most special feature is the provision of a cable car to reach the top of the mountain, which is also a popular backdrop for photos. It can accommodate up to 250 guests and prices start from $6,500.

Portland Regency Hotel & Spa

The address is 20 Milk St, Portland, and is centrally located, offering a blend of classic elegance and modern amenities. With many event spaces, on-site catering, and a spa, it can accommodate intimate and large weddings. Accommodations range from 10 to 220 guests, with rates starting at $3,500.


"When you realize you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody, you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible." When Harry Met Sally
Finally, we've rounded up our recommendations for wedding venues in each of the remaining states. Choosing the perfect wedding venue is an important step in creating your dream wedding. It sets the tone for the entire celebration and provides the backdrop for your special day. No matter what style of wedding venue you prefer, there is a venue above that perfectly suits your style and preferences.
Last but not least, don't forget to check out Quictent's wedding tent. we offer quality wedding tents for your outdoor wedding, containing various types and sizes.
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2023.06.05 05:14 Freseper The Metro Richmond Zoo is on fire

From Metro Richmond Fire Incidents: “(Chesterfield) WORKING FIRE: 8300 block Beaver Bridge Rd, "Metro Richmond Zoo." Command (BC204) reports large volume of fire, declaring the working incident, companies preparing for a 2000' split-lay water supply with relaying pumping. Engines 219, 225, 207, 216, 202; Trucks 207 and 205; Tankers 225, 219, Amelia K1; BC204 and 203; support staff. All hands working.”
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2023.05.29 18:32 xeroedouttwice Filing for unemployment + problems with VEC website

I had a frustrating experience filing for unemployment with the Virginia Employment Commission website. I tried to register, but my SSN was already registered in the system so next I tried to reset my login for the site, but got stuck trying to validate the security question. Next, I tried to reset my login over the phone but my attempts to find an agent who could help me were fruitless after much time navigating a labyrinth of automated menus.
I finally gave up and went to the Virginia Career Works office at Broad St and Staples Mill Rd. I got help right away and the agent there was very helpful and patient as I filed the required paperwork to get unemployment benefits. He also acknowledged that many others had problems with the VEC website and had to visit the office/use the phone to check in.
Does anybody have insight into the issues with the website? I work in IT- maybe they can hire me to help troubleshoot the issue if it's a matter of staffing...
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2023.05.29 16:23 AnnieQueenOfThe Free Dental Care-June 10th-Spread the Word

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2023.05.29 15:45 goldenmom4gr Transcription of two Marrotte interviews

This is a transcription of this post
Marotte Interview
(noted in handwriting as "1st")
I went to the Marotte residence and spoke to Marotte, who is a retired railroad man. He told me right away that he is tired of everyone bothering him, and although he wishes someone would find Murray, people keep upsetting the neighborhood. In fact this past weekend, two women from WMUR TV came and talked to him after driving up and down the road in front of his house several times. He said he yelled at them and refused to talk to them about the incident involving Maura M.
Marotte agreed to talk to me about what he knew as I stood outside his front door. He told me that after the crash happened, he looked out and saw someone walk around the car twice. He said then he saw Atwood in his school bus come by about 5 minutes at the most, later, and then saw him back his school bus into his driveway as usual soon after. Marotte said he never went down to the accident scene that night. He said that it was very cold, about 10 degrees, and it was starting to snow outside.
The next morning, Marotte said that he went outside and there was a coating of fresh snow on the ground ...not much more like a dusting. He said that he saw footprints going on a trail behind his house that leads to the dead end road that goes up beyond the barn on the corner. He said he thought they belonged to a Fish and Game cop but wasn't sure. Marotte went down to the scene in the morning and talked to someone who was down there. He saw a pool of red on the ground and thought it might be blood, but was told by that person that it was wine that had been dumped out.
I asked Marotte what he knew of B Atwood. He told me that he seemed nice but didn't know him very well at all. He said that he was friends more with Forcier who lives still on the corner of Bradley Hill Rd and Route 112. He said that they would yell back and forth at each other in a friendly-like way. Marotte said that he had been told by someone in the past that Forcier might be a suspect and that Forcier had moved a trailer that he had had there on his property but knew nothing about him at all.
End of Statement
(Personal Notes)
In the Rathbun statement there were indications about Marotte's pick up truck a red Ford F150 with a black cap on it. I saw it there behind the residence, bearing NH registration xxx. The Rathbuns had said that they saw the license plate from the road near the crash site, and from my observations, that did not seem possible at all.
Date of Report: January 29, 2006
Report Prepared by (blocked out)
J Marrotte was interviewed via telephone, relative to certain events concerning M Murray that occurred on February 9, 2004. His wife Virginia listened to some of the interview and stated she was in agreement with what her husband was telling me.
Marrotte stated that sometime between 1900hrs and 2000hrs on February 9, 2004, he went to the kitchen sink inside of his residence to get a glass of water. As soon as he got to the sink, he observed a car with its trouble lights (four way flashers) on. The vehicle was on Route 112, now known as Wild Ammonoosue Road, with the front end facing toward Lincoln, New Hampshire. Marrotte said the car was approximately 250 feet away and at "somewhat" of an angle from his residence. Marrotte also said he had to look through several trees to see the car as well. He described the lighting conditions around the car as "poor" with the only area ambient light coming from a barn at the Westman's property across the street from the car.
Marrotte related he could see a person walking around the vehicle, but he could only describe them as a "shadowy" figure at best. He could not provide any further details of this person. He further stated that the car was off the road with the driver's side of the vehicle "on the woods side" with the passenger side along the roadway. He believed the car had been involved in an accident by hitting a tree and then backing up to the same tree. The vehicle then was positioned adjacent and parallel to the roadway. Marrotte noted that he did not hear or see the accident, but obtained this information from either the police or the "rumor mill."
Marrotte said he later learned that "this person" was in fact Maura M. He said he learned this from local news reports as well as the local and state police.
Approximately 2-3 minutes went by watching Maura Murray, and the vehicle, Marrotte said his neighbor, B Atwood stopped at this accident scene. Atwood was operating a standard large yellow school bus heading toward Lincoln. This was not unusual as Marrotte knew Atwood was a school bus driver. When he stopped, it appeared to Marrotte that Atwood opened the door of his bus and spoke Maura for only 1-2 minutes. Marrotte said he was "quite sure" Maura did not get into the school bus, nor did Atwood get out of the bus. After speaking with Maura, Atwood left the scene and backed his school bus into his driveway. Marrotte said he did not hear the conversation between Atwood and Maura.
Marrotte said he wished he could have helped more, but had no further information to proffer at this time. Marrotte said a "couple of days later" he observed a state trooper with a "search dog" in the area and knew at that time "something must be terribly wrong." He said he learned on this day that Maura M was the subject of an investigation by the state and local police.
Note by me G-mom: I don't know who, specifically, did the first interview. However, we can assume it was in the context of the NHLI. Also, APN did the interview of the Westmans two days earlier (Jan 8) so she is a possibility for the first, or someone else involved in the NHLI.
We know who did the second because of a post by Maggie F which contained an imgur of the first paragraphs (the following page of the imgur seems to skip to an interview of the Westmans and is marked as page 3 of a document)
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2023.05.28 06:57 danny3681 I thought this was an imas collab, bastards lied to me

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2023.05.27 21:49 jeedaiaaron Scott's Run Nature Preserve

Visited for the first time today. Great choice for nature enjoyment, getting some steps in and enjoying the weather. Parking is limited but was able to park in the smaller lot after a few tries.
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2023.05.23 22:04 DannyLumpy Summer Events in the Denver Area

I'm trying to make a list of all of the things to do in Denver for this summer. Does anyone know of anything I should add?

Music Festivals

Saturdays 05/27-09/02 Swingin Under the Stars - 7:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Swing Dancing, Lessons, Ice Cream, Live Music Little Man Ice Cream, 2620 16th Street Denver, CO 80211
06/03 Denver Day of Rock - 1:15PM-9:30PM FREE All Ages 15 Bands, 3 Stages; Mainly Rock; Food Trucks LODO Denver
06/07 Holiday Theater Music and Poetry Showcase - 7PM FREE All Ages Guitar, Low-Rock, Spoken Word, Poetry, Jazz MCA Denver at the Holiday Theater 2644 West 32nd Avenue Denver, CO 80211
06/10 Five Points Jazz Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages 140+ Jazz Performances Five Points, Denver
06/17 First Harvest Music Vestival - 4PM-8PM $10 12 and Below; $35 1+ All Ages Various Musicans Including the Flobots, The Snakes, and Brothers of Brass; Foodtrucks, To Show Solidarity for Refugees DeLaney Community Farm 170 South Chambers Road Aurora, CO 80017
07/14-07/16 Compost Heap Music Festival - Times TBA FREE (Suggested Donations) Underground Music of Various Genres Seventh Circle Music Collective, 2935 W 7th Ave, Denver CO
07/15 Blues & BBQ Festival – 10AM-6PM $10 All Ages Live Blues Music and BBQ Citizen’s Park, 5560 W 24th Ave, Edgewater, CO 80214
07/21-07/22 Global Dance Festival – 3PM-11PM $99/Day All Ages EDM, Art Installations, Circus Performers, Silent Disco. Performers Include Kaskade, Deadmau5, Loud Luxury, Surf Mesa, Troyboi, Zedd and Many More! Empower Field. 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO 80204
07/28-07/30 Underground Music Showcase - 3PM-12AM $120 Weekend Pass *Independent Music of Various Genres - Broadway // 6th Ave to Alameda, 21 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80209
08/25-08/27 Meow Wolf Vortex Music and Art Festival - 2:30PM-?? $60-$100 / Day, -$229 Weekend Pass Electronic Music Festival Feat. Griz, Armani White, BLOND:ISH and many more The Junkyard, 2323 W. Mulberry Place, Denver, CO 80204
08/12 Ghost Canyon Fest – 6PM-12AM $50 21+ Noise, Punk, and Post Punk Bands Hi Dive, 7 S Broadway, Denver, CO 80223
09/09 Sunnyside Music Festival – 12PM-7:15PM FREE All Ages Local Bands, Food, Vendos Chaffe Park near 2001 W 44th Ave, Denver, CO 80211
09/16 Viva Southwest Mariachi Fest – 4:30PM-10PM FREE All Ages Mariachi Bands, Food, Vendos Levitt Pavilion, 1380 W Florida Ave, Denver, CO 80223

Culture Festivals

06/02 Chrom - 5PM-10PM FREE All Ages A Pride Queer Art Showcase and Vendor Market, Live DJ Skylight, 833 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, United States
06/09-06/11 ayA Con - F 4PM-7PM; Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-5PM $15-$30 All Ages Indigenous Comics, Art, Fashion, Performance, Film, and Music McNichols Civic Center Building, 144 W Colfax Ave, Aver, CO 80202
06/09-06/11 Denver Greek Festival - F 11AM-11PM; Sa 11AM-12AM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Greek Heritage with Food, Music, Vendors, and Art Assumption of the Theotokos Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 4610 E Alameda Ave, Denver, CO 80246
06/17-06/18 Juneteenth Festival - 12PM-8PM FREE All Ages Celebration of Black Culture and Liberation with a Parade, Live Music, Vendors Five Points, Denver
06/17-06/18 Cherry Blossom Festival - 5k Sa 8AM; Parade Sa 9:30AM FREE All Ages Celebration of Japanese Heritage with Taiko Drumming, Teriyaki Chicken, Sake, Japanese Art Sakura Square, Denver
06/24-06/25 Denver Pridefest - Sa 11AM-6PM; Su 11AM-4PM FREE All Ages Celebration of LGBTQ+ Culture with 5k Run, Parade, Venors, Concerts, Drag Events Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202 (Parade Starts at Cheeseman Park)
07/07 -07/09 Colorado Black Arts Festival - F 1PM-8PM; Sa 11AM-8PM; Su 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages * Celebration of Black Culture with Performances, Visual Art, Scavenger Hunts, Food, Parade, Vendors* City Park, 2001 Colorado Blvd, Denver, CO 80205
07/15-07/16 Mile High Global Bazaar - 11AM-7PM FREE All Ages Cultural Exhibits and Vendors from around the World Skyline Park, Denver, CO 80202
07/22-07/23 Colorado Dragon Boat Festival – Races Start 8AM; Festival Sa 10AM-7PM. Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages *Dragon Boat Races, Food, Vendors, Performances – FREE – Sloan's Lake Park W Bryon Pl, Denver, CO 80212

Food / Drink Festivals

W-Th 05/15-09/?? Civic Center Eats - 11AM-7PM Free All Ages 10-20 Food Trucks of Various Cuisines Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/14, 06/04, 07/09 A Taste of Colorado 10AM-6PM Free All Ages Live Music, 6 Food Trucks, Drinks, Live Music, Kids Activities, Vendors Civic Center Park, 101 W 14th Ave, Denver, CO 80202
05/27-05/28 BBQ Fest 11AM-8PM $35 Under 20; $109 Adult All Ages * All You Can Eat BBQ, All You Can Drink, Cooking Demos, Live Music* Empower Field at Mile High, 1701 Bryant St, Denver, CO, 80204
05/27 Taste Around the World! Spring Wine Event - 3PM-6:30PM $90 All Ages * Tastings for 25 Bottles of Wine with Help From Wine Experts* Ironton Distillery (RiNo) - 3636 Chestnut Pl, Denver, CO 80216
07/20 The Big Eat - 6PM-9PM $85 21+ 50+ Restaurants All You Can Eat, Live Music* Denver Performing Arts Complex, 1400 Curtis St, Denver, CO 80204
07/22 - Summer Brewfest - 1PM-10PM $55 Advance, $60 Day of Only Allowed Half of Time) 21+ *Unlimited Tastings of Local Beer Brews Mile High Station, 2027 West Colfax Avenue, Denver Co 80204
08/03 Denver Burger Battle - Price TBA 21+ 20+ Restaurants Best Burger Competition; Unlimited Drinks and Burgers* Tivoli Quad, 1000 Larimer St, Denver CO 80204?
08/19 Sloan’s Lake Beer Fest - $5 DD, $35 if Drinking 21+ 1970s Themed Beer Tasting with Live Music* 1610 Raleigh Street Denver, CO 80204
08/26 Denver Summer Whiskey Tasting Festival - 2:30PM-6PM $45 21+ Tasting of 20+ Whiskey, Tasting Lessons, Live Music, Food Location TBA
09/06-09/09 Denver Food and Wine Festivals 11AM-8PM $60-$95 21+ * Food and Wine Showcase, Tastings, Seminars, Cocktail Competition* Tivoli Quad on the Auraria Campus, 1000 Larimer St, Denver

Art / Crafts / Shopping Festival

05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Sante Fe First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries , Vendors, Food Trucks, Music Sante Fe // 5th Ave to 11th Ave, Denver, CO 80204
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 RiNo First Friday Art Walks - 5:30PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art,Vendors Larimer St // Broadway to Downing
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Dairy Block First Friday Art Walks - 5PM-9PM FREE All Ages Art, Vendors 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
05/05, 06/02, 07/07, 08/04, 09/01 Lakewood First Friday Art Walks - 6PM-9PM FREE All Ages Galleries, Drinks, Music 6501 W Colfax Ave, Lakewood, CO 80214
05/20-05/21 Spring Bazaar - 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages 80+ Vendors, Live DJ, Food Hall Outside Zeppelin Station, 3501 Wazee St #100, Denver, CO 80216
05/27-05/28 Denver Arts Festival - Sa 10AM-6PM, Su 10AM-5PM FREE All Ages Local Art Conservatory Green, Central Park, 8304 E. 49th Pl. Denver 80216
06/08-06/11 Denver Fringe Festival - Hours Vary $15 (Some FREE Street Performances) All Ages 55+ Shows of Performance Art, Plays, Comedy, Improv, Cabaret, Magic, Dance, Aerial, Immersive Experiences, & More Across 12 Venues RiNo and Five Points Denver
06/10-06/11 Denver Chalk Art Festival - Sa 10AM-10PM; Su 10AM-8PM FREE All Ages Chalk Art on the Street 123 W. 12th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
07/01-07/03 Cherry Creek Arts Festival Sa-Su 10AM-8PM; M 10AM-6PM FREE All Ages Art Vendors Cherry Creek North, 2401 E 2nd Ave #150, Denver, CO 80206
07/22-07/23 Cheeseman Park Art Festival – 9AM-5PM FREE All Ages 150+ Artists, Live Music, Food & Drinks Cheeseman Park, 1599 East 8th Avenue, Denver CO 80218
05/14, 05/22, 06/11, 06/25; 07/09, 07/23, 08/13, 08/27 Thrift Pop – 12PM-5PM FREE All Ages Vintage Clothing, Thrifting, Collectibles Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO

Other Festivals

05/18-05/21 Somebody’s Friend Movement and Music Festival – Times Vary FREE All Ages Dance and Live Music Festival Denver Central Market 2669 Larimer St, Denver CO
05/20 Rocky Mountain Tree Festival – 12PM-6PM FREE All Ages Live Music, Art Vendors; All Funds Go to Planting Trees New Terrain Brewing Co, 16401 Table Mountain Pkwy, Golden, CO
05/12; 06/04; 07/09; 08/06 !Viva! Streets – 8AM-2PM FREE 3.5 Miles of Car Free Streets; Food; Crafts Broadway, Denver From Alameda to 20th
06/10-06/11 Unicorn Festival – 10AM-5PM $25 All Things Fairy and Unicorn Including the Unicorns Themselves Clement Park, 7306 W Bowles Ave, Littleton, CO 80123
06/10-06/11 Big Gear Show – Sa 10AM-6PM; Su 10AM-4PM FREE Outdoor Goods Consumer Show Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
06/30-07/02 Fan Expo – F 4PM-9PM; Sa 10AM-7PM; Su 10AM-5PM $38-$58 / Day; $90 3-Day Pass All Ages Convention for Fans of Comics, Sci F, Horror, Anime, Gaming Colorado Convention Center, 700 14th St, Denver, CO 80202
07/15-07/16 Lavender Festival – 9AM-5PM $13 Adults, $11 Seniors, $9 Children All Ages Lavender Fields, Artists, Live Music, Demonstrationsof Dye Garden and Blacksmith ShopDenver Botanic Gardens - Chatfield Farms, 8500 W Deer Creek Canyon Road, Littleton, CO 80128

Farmers Markets

Denver.org List of Farmers Markets


Free Outdoor Concerts
Outside Paid Venues
Paid Indoor Venues
Concert Lists (by Genre, Search, Etc)

Parks / Nature

National Parks
State Parks
City Parks

Water Activities

Splash Parks
Water Parks


Theme Parks / Roller Coasters
Themed Festivals

Outdoor Movies

Local Projections
Drive Ins

Theatre / Opera / Symphony Shows

Denver Center for the Performing Arts Big Performing Arts Complex with Several Auditoriums for Plays, Concerts, Symphonies, Shows, and More 1350 Curtis Street, Denver, CO 80202
Miners Alley Playhouse Local Children’s Theatre 1224 Washington Ave, Golden, CO 80401
Adams Mystery Playhouse Full-time Murder Mystery Theatre 2406 Federal Blvd, Denver, CO 80211
Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities Local Playhouse for Concerts and Plays 6901 Wadsworth Blvd, Arvada, CO 80003
Vintage Theatre Local Play House Specializing in Revival and Contemporary Musicals and Play 1468 Dayton St, Aurora, CO 80010
Firehouse Theatre Company at The John Hand Theatre Performance Art Group 7653 E 1st Pl, Denver, CO 80230
Curious Theatre Company Cutting Edge Theatre 1080 Acoma St, Denver, CO 80204
06/11-08/13 Colorado Shakespeare Festival Prices Vary; $18 For Standard Bundle **Festival Showing Many of Shakespeare’s Plays Over a Few Weeks 972 Broadway, Boulder, CO, 80302
Theatres Without Current Shows That You Should Still Keep an Eye On
The Source Theatre Company Local Performing Arts Theatre 721 Santa Fe Dr, Denver, CO 80204
Lone Tree Arts Center Contemporary Center Which Hosts Plays, Concerts, and Events 10075 Commons St, Lone Tree, CO 80124
Cherry Creek Theatre Performance Art Center 350 S Dahlia St, Denver, CO 80246

Dance / Performance Art / Burlesque / Etc

05/18-06/04 Strange Natures - TH-Su 7PM $20 Immersive Dance Theatre Show 1801 Brentwood St., Lakewood, CO 80214
07/05-08/13 Cirque du Soleil: Kooza - 7:30PM $54- $64 All Ages Circus and Gymnastics Show Ball Arena, 1000 Chopper Circle, Denver, CO 80202
07/06-07/08 Colorado Burlesque Festival - 7PM-10PM $25- $35 / Day, $75 / Weekend 18+ Burlesque, Drag, Aerial, & Variet Performance Reelworks, 1399 35th St, Denver, CO
• 07/02 -07/31– Central City Opera’s 2022 Festival – (Opera and Theatre) – Central City Opera House

Museums / Exhibits / Gardens

Science / Nature

Things to Do Year Round

WIP of Places to Eat, Drink, and Have Fun Around Downtown I'm still building this. Please let me know if you have anything to add or change!
Eat Around the World in Denver Join us over at /denverfood where we're trying to make a list of restaurants that represent each of the world's countries all in the larger Denver area!

Other Resources

General Compilations
Mile High on the Cheap
303 Magazine Events Calendar
Colorado.com Events Schedule
Denver-Co Events
Vesta Events
Metro Denver
Dairy Block Event Calendar 1800 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
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2023.05.19 20:37 jimbobbypaul Ranking the Top 131 FBS Programs of the Last 40 Years: 98. Duke

Main hub thread with the full 131 rankings
Now that more Power 5 teams are coming up, I need to up my game since more people will be paying attention. Duke is the 2nd worst Power 5 team on this list, but make no mistake, they’re much better than Vanderbilt. While Vanderbilt only had 3 winning seasons in 40 years, Duke’s had 9. Mostly thanks to David Cutcliffe: 6 of those 9 seasons have come since 2013. Had it not been for Coach Cutcliffe, Duke would’ve been the worst P5 team and possibly bottom 10 given how bad some of their “worst” seasons have been.

Best Seasons and Highlights

1. 2013: 27. Duke: 10-4 (15.030) 2. 1989: 26. Duke: 8-4 (12.999) 3. 2022: 27. Duke: 9-4 (10.603) 4. 2014: 36. Duke: 9-4 (8.906) 5. 1994: 31. Duke: 8-4 (7.630) 6. 2018: 38. Duke: 8-5 (6.615) 7. 1988: 35. Duke: 7-3-1 (5.576) 8. 2017: 45. Duke: 7-6 (2.721) 9. 2015: 57. Duke: 8-5 (-1.531) 10. 1987: 58. Duke: 5-6 (-13.151) 11. 1991: 64. Duke: 4-6-1 (-16.060) 12. 2012: 75. Duke: 6-7 (-16.588) 13. 2019: 82. Duke: 5-7 (-17.062) 14. 2008: 81. Duke: 4-8 (-21.038) 15. 2009: 81. Duke: 5-7 (-21.947) 16. 2016: 88. Duke: 4-8 (-22.347) 17. 1985: 74. Duke: 4-7 (-23.235) 18. 1990: 78. Duke: 4-7 (-23.420) 19. 1986: 77. Duke: 4-7 (-24.378) 20. 1998: 78. Duke: 4-7 (-26.476) 21. 1983: 80. Duke: 3-8 (-27.564) 22. 2003: 86. Duke: 4-8 (-27.721) 23. 1999: 90. Duke: 3-8 (-29.388) 24. 1993: 84. Duke: 3-8 (-30.055) 25. 2011: 99. Duke: 3-9 (-32.739) 26. 1995: 86. Duke: 3-8 (-33.093) 27. 2010: 96. Duke: 3-9 (-34.575) 28. 1992: 92. Duke: 2-9 (-35.108) 29. 1997: 93. Duke: 2-9 (-38.264) 30. 2004: 102. Duke: 2-9 (-40.392) 31. 1984: 92. Duke: 2-9 (-40.817) 32. 2020: 123. Duke: 2-9 (-46.021) 33. 2002: 103. Duke: 2-10 (-46.473) 34. 2021: 118. Duke: 3-9 (-47.814) 35. 2007: 113. Duke: 1-11 (-50.611) 36. 2005: 115. Duke: 1-10 (-57.298) 37. 1996: 106. Duke: 0-11 (-60.493) 38. 2000: 115. Duke: 0-11 (-63.439) 39. 2006: 116. Duke: 0-12 (-65.352) 40. 2001: 116. Duke: 0-11 (-66.228) Overall Score: 5512 (98th) 
Do you see what I see? That’s right, four 0-win seasons! Yahoo! Early 2000s Duke was legitimately one of the worst stretches by a team ever, going just 10-82 from 2000-07. If you take their 4-8 year in 2003 out of the equation, that’s just 6-74. So give Cutcliffe a TON of credit for going 77-97 in his 14 seasons from 2008-21. Duke’s All-Americans were WR Clarkston Hines (1989), OL Laken Tomlinson (2014), and DB Jeremy Cash (2015).

Top 5 Seasons

Worst Season: 2001 (0-11 overall, 0-8 ACC)
I feel like as far as worst teams go, this is pretty tame for Duke. I personally would’ve chosen the 2006 team here, which lost to FCS Richmond, and Virginia/Virginia Tech by a combined score of 0-73. Still, 2001 was very bad. The team averaged just 19.3 PPG while the defense was the 2nd worst in the nation with 44.6 PPG allowed. 8 of Duke’s 11 losses came by 21+ points, and non-conference results included losses to Rice, Vanderbilt, and 7-44 to Northwestern. Having gone 0-11 in 2000, this was one of the only times a team has ever gone winless in two straight seasons. QB D. “My first name is 1 letter” Bryant completed just 49% for 2454 passing yards 11 TD 17 INT in his final season with the Blue Devils, but would go on to make the Arena Football League All-Rookie Team in 2008.
5. 1994 (8-4 overall, 5-3 ACC)
So what’s up with the 1994 Blue Devils? The previous 4 years they were 13-30-1, and the 4 years after they were 9-35. What made ‘94 so good? 1st year head coach Fred Goldsmith instilled some life into the program. A soft schedule to open the season led to a 3-0 start with wins over Maryland, East Carolina, and Army. After a surprising 27-12 victory at Georgia Tech and a 47-14 win over Navy, Duke was 5-0 and ranked 25th in the nation. 2 more wins over Clemson and Wake Forest, and all of a sudden Duke was 7-0 overall, 4-0 in the ACC, and #16 in the nation! They were a legit ACC contender, and headed to #9 Florida State for their biggest game of the season. They’d lose 20-59 to a superior team, but a bounce back win over #13 Virginia showed this Duke team wasn’t a fraud. FSU would go on to finish #4 in the nation, however Duke would fall off toward the end, dropping games to in-state rivals NC State and North Carolina by 1 point each, and then lose the bowl against Wisconsin. The offense ranked 15th nationally in PPG with 31.7 thanks to RB Robert Baldwin accumulating 1445 yards and 13 TD from scrimmage. QB Spence Fisher threw 16 TD 8 INT in his junior year, and would end up being Duke’s 2nd all-time leading passer with 9021 yards.
4. 2014 (9-4 overall, 5-3 ACC)
Coming off their best season in 25 years, Duke was picked 2nd in the ACC Coastal for 2014, and even received the most 1st place votes. They’d live up to expectations, getting off to an 8-1 start and #21 ranking. The non-conference schedule was incredibly soft with Troy, Tulane, Kansas, and Elon. That’s 2 bad football teams, farmers masquerading as a football program, and a billionaire tech mogul. Thus the #21 ranking despite their record. Needing to win just 2 of their last 3 games to make the ACC Championship for the 2nd straight year, they’d lose 16-17 to Virginia Tech and 20-45 to North Carolina to end the regular season at 9-3, before losing 31-36 to #15 Arizona State in the bowl. This team was filled with some big names and a lot of unsung heroes. OL Laken Tomlinson was a Consensus All-American and 1st round NFL selection. WR Jamison Crowder had 1000+ receiving yards and ended his career as Duke’s 2nd all time leading receiver with 3641 yards. LB David Helton won the “Academic Heisman”; the Campbell Trophy, for leading the ACC in tackles for the 2nd straight year with 135. S Jeremy Cash had a do-it-all season with 100+ tackles, 5+ sacks, 5+ TFL, 5+ PBU, and 2 INT. He’d one-up himself and become a Consensus All-American in 2015 with 100 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 15.5 TFL.
3. 2022 (9-4 overall, 5-3 ACC)
Knock on wood, but the future looks bright under coach Mike Elko. The former Texas A&M defensive coordinator took over for Cutcliffe and brought Duke back to their winning ways of the 2010’s. After a 3-0 start against cupcakes, 3-0 Duke played 3-0 Kansas in a game dubbed by redditors as “Game of the Century”, which Kansas ended up taking 35-27. Duke fell to 4-3 and 1-2 in the ACC. 2 programs went in opposite directions though, as Duke upset 9 point favorites Miami (FL) 45-21, to rain on new Miami coach Mario Cristobal’s fiesta. Duke finished strong after that, going 8-4 and got a 30-13 win over Gus Malzahn’s UCF in the bowl. Elko won ACC Coach of the Year. QB Riley Leonard led the team in passing (2967 yards 20 TD 6 INT) and rushing (699 yards 13 TD on 5.6 YPC) and will only be a junior next season. OT Graham Barton was Duke’s only 1st Team All-ACC selection and was PFF’s 5th best OT of 2022.
2. 1989 (8-4 overall, 6-1 ACC)
SPURRIEERRR…YOU THINK VISORS ARE COOL!? Before Steve Spurrier was “The Head Ball Coach”, he was just the head coach at Duke. Entering his 3rd season, he had already taken Duke to heights they hadn’t seen by leading them to 7 wins in 1988 for the first time since the 60’s. Before the 1989 season, Duke players told Spurrier that they could win the ACC. Spurrier himself was doubtful, especially after a 1-3 start. But that would be the last time they lost in the regular season. Duke hosted #7 Clemson as huge underdogs, but pulled off a 21-17 upset with a late TD. Despite not having a single defensive player sniff the NFL, Duke worked their way through the rest of their schedule, ending with a 41-0 victory over rival North Carolina to win a share of the ACC title with Virginia. #20 Duke lost the bowl game against Texas Tech, and just missed out on the top 25 in my rankings, finishing #26. WR Clarkston Hines finished a tremendous career with a season of 61 catches for 1149 yards and 17(!) TD. He won the 1989 ACC POTY, was 1st Team All-ACC for the 3rd time, and voted an All-American for the 2nd straight year. In 2010, he was elected into the College Football Hall of Fame. Obviously, Spurrier is in the HOF as well for his work at Duke, Florida, and South Carolina.
1. 2013 (10-4 overall, 6-2 ACC)
Cutcliffe’s best year. As usual, Duke was picked last in the ACC Coastal, but in true Coastal fashion, they’d find themselves on top by the end of things. A 2-2 start with both losses to ACC opponents (14-38 to Georgia Tech and 55-58 to Pitt) wasn’t promising. They’d re-enter ACC play at 4-2 after wins over Troy and Navy. The cupcake schedule was over, now it was time to try and win 2 of their last 6 to make a bowl. A win over a weak Virginia team sent 5-2 Duke to Blacksburg to play #16 Virginia Tech. VT QB Logan Thomas, thought of as a future 1st round pick, completely fell apart, throwing 4 INT in a 13-10 Duke win. Duke surprisingly kept winning, over NC State, #24 Miami (FL), Wake Forest, and hit a FG to take a 27-25 lead over North Carolina to win the rivalry and the ACC Coastal Division all in the same kick. Toting a #20 ranking, Duke ran into a buzz saw in #1 Florida State with Heisman winner Jameis Winston, and lost 7-45. They’d face last year’s Heisman winner as well in the bowl, losing 48-52 to Texas A&M in a 21-point comeback by the Aggies. In hindsight, this team certainly had talent. WR Jamison Crowder had 108 catches for 1360 yards 8 TD, and DB Ross Cockrell, DB Jeremy Cash, and OL Laken Tomlinson were All-ACC selections, and ended up in the NFL. Cutcliffe won the Walter Camp National Coach of the Year Award for Duke’s best season since 1989.

5th Quarter

That’s 2 Power 5 teams we’ve seen now. Who’s next? And why do you think Duke’s football has been so unsuccessful compared to their basketball?
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2023.05.14 20:21 Nemacolin 1990s Mass Killings in the US

Four or more dead (Suicides Indicated by an asterisk)
By a single killer (The killer is charged or would have been charged had he lived.)
Minors cannot generally be held legally liable for a murder or homicide. Such cases are included here with an annotation.
By any criminal means
The editor aims to include all cases. This leads to a presumption to publish. I welcome corrections and additions.
2 February 1990 Alcorn MS, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/carr-anthony.htm)
10 February 1990 Las Cruses NM, (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Las_Cruces_bowling_alley_massacre) unsolved, two robbers/killers
25 March 1990 New York, NY, 87 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/gonzalez-julio.htm) “Happyland Fire”
17/18 June 1990, Jacksonville FL, 5 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Edward_Pough) Counting only the 18 June mass killing. Otherwise, 12 killed.
1 November 1990 Leflore County MS, 4 killed (stabbed) (http://murderpedia.org/male.J/j/jackson-henry-curtis.htm)
6 January 1991 Lehigh County CT, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/flood-david.htm)
26 January 1991 Chinmaya NM 7 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.A/a/abeyta-ricky.htm)
26 January 1991 Dallas County TX 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.S/s1/san-miguel-jessy.htm)
22 April 1991 Cushing WI, 5 killed (shot) (https://www.monstersandcritics.com/tv/true-crime/15-year-old-bruce-brenizer-murdered-five-members-of-his-family-with-a-rifle-hometown-homicide-investigates/)
16 June 1991 Denver CO, 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Father%27s_Day_Bank_Massacre) unsolved
20 August 1991 Sarasota NY 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DWI) (https://www.nytimes.com/1991/08/21/nyregion/5-family-members-killed-in-truck-collision.html)
25 August 1991 Honolulu HI, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/ganal-orlando.htm)
28 August 1991 New York NY 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DWI/Train) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Union_Square_derailment)
9 October 1991 Concord NH (strangulation) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/colbert-james.htm)
10 October 1991 Ridgewood NJ, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/harris-joseph-m.htm)
16 October 1991, Killeen TX, 27 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Luby%27s_shooting)
19 October 1991 Concord NH, 4 killed (strangled) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/colbert-james.htm)
1 November 1991 Iowa City IA 6* killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_Iowa_shooting) School shooting
14 November 1991 Royal Oak MI 5* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/mcilvane-thomas.htm)
10 November 1991 Harrodsburg KY 5* killed (https://www.apnews.com/2ef3eeb1eb4f91024720120a176329c8)
17 November 1991 West Jordan UT, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/female.K/k/kastanis-margaret.htm)
2 December 1991 Mahoning County OH, 4 killed (strangled) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w1/williams-willie-j.htm)
6 December 1991 Austin TX 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1991_Austin_yogurt_shop_murders) (Unsolved)
8-9 December 1991 Cooper & Moniteau Counties MO, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.J/j1/johnson-james-rodney.htm) (https://www.voxmagazine.com/magazine/the-mass-shooting-you-never-heard-of-in-california-mo/article_3fa83156-f852-11e9-87f6-bbeafdc9a0c9.html)
26 January 1992 Hamilton County OH, 5 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g1/garner-william.htm)
15 February 1992 Bentley County AL, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w1/williams-jason-oric.htm)
1 May 1992 Olivehurst CA, 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindhurst_High_School_shooting) School shooting
6 August 1992 Kent County DE 4 killed (stabbed)( http://murderpedia.org/male.L/l1/lawrie-david.htm)
18 August 1992 Tulsa OK, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h1/hamilton-corey-duane.htm)
18 August 1992 Burleson County TX, 6 killed (Stabbing) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c1/carter-robert-earl.htm)
1 May 1992, Olivehurst CA, 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lindhurst_High_School_shooting)
16 May 1992 Oklahoma City OK, 5 killed (stabbed) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/hooks-danny-keith.htm)
20 June 1992 Harris County TX, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d1/dudley-marion.htm)
7 July 1992, Baltimore MD 6 killed (arson) (http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/crime/bs-md-ci-tonya-lucas-retrial-preview-20170622-story.html#nws=true)
20 August 1992 Harris County TX, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/index.B.htm)
15 October 1992 Watkins Glen NY 5 killed (Shot) (https://www.apnews.com/20cc1c416bdef14d0971d278359bc1be)
8 November 1992 San Luis Obispo CA, 7 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/drake-lynwood.htm) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lynwood_Drake)
13 November 1992 Harris County TX, 5 killed (suffocation) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c1/coulson-robert.htm)
14 December 1993 Aurora CO 4 killed (shot) (https://gazette.com/news/history-of-mass-shootings-in-colorado/article_5143eaac-8b83-11eb-addf-b7a5cb0bc771.html) “active shooter”
14 February 1993 Bronx, NY, 6 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/casellas-anthony.htm)
3 May 1993 Los Angeles CA, 10 killed (https://ktla.com/news/local-news/woman-pleads-guilty-to-manslaughter-for-1993-westlake-arson-fire-that-killed-7-children-3-adults/)
14 June 1993 Norwalk IA, 6 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/forsyth-rick-wayne.htm)
1 July 1993 San Francisco CA, 9 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/101_California_Street_shooting)
8 July 1993 Jackson MS 5 killed (shot) (NO FREAKING CITE!)
6 August 1993 Fayetteville NC, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/french-kenneth-junior.htm)
14 September 1993 Maricopa County AZ, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/djerf-richard.htm)
13 October 1993 El Cajon CA 5* killed (shot) (https://www.reddit.com/masskillers/comments/kj1y5n/photo_of_james_buquet_was_a_junior_in_the_1991/)
2 December 1993 Oxnard CA 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/winterborne-alan.htm)
7 December 1993, Long Island NY, 6 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1993_Long_Island_Rail_Road_shooting)
14 December 1993, Aurora CO, 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1993_Aurora_shooting)
30 January 1994 Montgomery County TN, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/housler-david-gene.htm)
9 February 1994 Fort Lauderdale FL, 6* killed (shot) (Associated Press 10 February 1996 AM feed) workplace killing
4 April 1994 Richmond VA, 6 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g1/goins-christopher.htm)
4 June 1994 Tulsa OK 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.T/t1/turrentine-kenneth.htm)
20 June 1994 Fairchild AFB WA, 5 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(Americas)) Total includes an unborn child
24 June 1994 Fairchild AFB WA, 4 killed (aircraft suicide) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1994_Fairchild_Air_Force_Base_B-52_crash)
21 July 1994 Gregg County TX 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m1/mosley-daroyce-lamont.htm)
30 June 1994 Virginia Beach VA, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c1/clagett-michael.htm)
29 August 1994 4 killed Roanoke County VA, (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b1/bramblett-earl.htm)
20 October 1994 Fairchild AFB WA 4 killed (shot) (http://historylink.org/File/8767)
22 November 1994 Washington DC, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/crime-history-suspect-kills-3-self-at-dc-police-headquarters)
23 December 1994 Philadelphia PA, 6 killed (arson) (https://www.inquirer.com/philly/hp/news_update/20070416_Alone_in_prison_and_in_misery.html)
5 January 1995 Seattle WA, 4 killed (arson) (https://www.king5.com/article/news/crime/seattle-arsonist-martin-pang-who-set-1995-warehouse-fire-to-be-released-from-prison/281-558326898)
3 April 1995 Corpus Christie TX 5 killed 6* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.S/s/simpson-james-daniel.htm)
18 April 1995 Redding CT 5 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/ferguson-geoffrey.htm)
29 May 1995 Los Angeles CA 6* killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/morita-leonardo.htm)
21 March 1995 Montclair NJ, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/green-christopher.htm)
18 April 1995 Redding CT, 5 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/ferguson-geoffrey.htm)
18 May 1995 Baltimore MD, 4 killed (bomb) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/clark-mark-a.htm)
19 July 1995 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/woods-willie.htm)
13 September 1995 Scott Mills OR, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/whitson-david.htm)
20 September 1995 Wilson County TX, 5 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b1/bagwell-dennis.htm)
3 October 1995 Corpus Christie TX 6* killed (shot) (https://www.apnews.com/43e3a168e8024ac986b4794bea137e07)
8 December 1995 New York, NY, 8 killed (multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(Americas)) mostly arson
19 December 1995 Bronx NY 5 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.V/v/vernon-michael.htm)
2-3 February 1996 San Diego CA, 5 killed (Beating/stabbing) (http://murderpedia.org/male.J/j/jenkins-joshua.htm)
6 February 1996 Glendale CA 7 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.A/a/avanesian-jorjik.htm)
9 February 1996 Fort Lauderdale FL 6* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/mccree-clifton.htm)
3 March 1996 Albuquerque NM, 5 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/harrison-shane-glen.htm)
10 May 1996 Coos County OR, 5 killed (stabbed) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/crum-girley.htm)
29 June 1996 Portland OR, 8 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/deford-ray-martin.htm) Killer was 11 years old
3 July 1996 Lawrence County OH, 9 killed (bomb) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/hall-todd.htm)
16 July 1996 Winona MS, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/flowers-curtis.htm)
1 September 1996 Dinnehotso AZ, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.Y/y/yazzie-norman.htm)
16 September 1999 Fort Worth TX 8* killed (shot) (https://www.caller.com/story/news/local/texas/state-bureau/2018/05/18/mass-shootings-texas-history/623798002/)
1 October 1996 Brazoria County TX 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m1/martinez-virgil.htm
27 October 1996 Anchorage AK, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.E/e/ely-paul.htm)
27 October 1996 San Marcos CA, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/female.E/e/eubanks-susan.htm)
13 November 1996 Makapuu HI, 5 killed (vehicular homicide) (http://archives.starbulletin.com/1999/12/08/news/whatever.html)
4 January 1997 Belleview WA, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.A/a/anderson-david.htm)
1 March 1997 Wheeling WV, 6* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.S/s/storm-mark.htm)
27 March 1997 Shelby County AL, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/duke-mark.htm) killer was 16 years old
30 April 1997 Miramar FL, 4 killed (multiple) (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/we-pray-for-justice-2-children-among-4-killed-in-miramar-home-in-1997/ar-AAWNiLN) unsolved, no arrests
16 June 1997 Seattle WA 4* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.L/l/lau-samuel.htm)
13 August 1997 Detroit MI, 5 killed (stabbed) (http://murderpedia.org/male.J/j/jones-reco.htm)
15 August 1997, Aiken SC 4 killed (shot) (http://www.aikenstandard.com/news/twenty-years-later-remembering-the-shooting-at-phelon-plant-in/article_4b5b7132-9983-11e7-b425-9f5c8ce770f8.html)
19 August 1997 Colebrook NH, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/drega-carl.htm)
16 October 1997 New Orleans LA, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/whitton-douglas.htm)
13 November 1997, Channelview TX, 5 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coy_Wayne_Wesbrook)
30 November 1997 Bedford County TN, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h1/holton-daryl.htm)
4 December 1997 Toombs County GA, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/heidler-jerry.htm)
5 December 1997 Yonkers NY, 5 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b/biller-patrick.htm)
6 December 1997 Weston FL, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.V/v/vitaver-daniel.htm)
15 December 1997 Aiken County SC, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w1/wise-hastings.htm)
19 December 1997 Orange County CA 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.reyes-torres-arturo.htm)
17 August 1997 Tucson AZ, 8 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DUI) (http://gendisasters.com/arizona/24772/tucson-az-auto-van-collision-aug-1997)
9 January 1998 Tremont PA 4* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.renninger-robert.htm)
11 February 1998 Noble IL, 5 killed (beaten (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/churchill-christopher.htm)
18 February 1988 Rochester MN, 4 killed (beaten) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b/brom-david-francis.htm)
6 March 1998, Newington CT, 5 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Connecticut_Lottery#1998_shootings)
24 March 1998 Craighead County AR, 5 killed (Shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_school_shootings_in_the_United_States) School shooting
19 May 1998 Brooksville FL, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/carr-hank-earl.htm)
21 May 1998, Springfield OR, 4 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thurston_High_School_shooting) School shooting
1 July 1998 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (arson) (http://murderpedia.org/female.N/n/nieves-sandi.htm) (https://ktla.com/news/local-news/death-penalty-overturned-for-l-a-county-mom-who-killed-4-daughters-tried-to-kill-son-by-setting-house-on-fire/)
7 July 1998 Cameron County TX 4 killed (shot)( http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/moore-ernest.htm
12 July 1998, Detroit MI, 5 killed (Vehicular Homicide/DUI) (http://gendisasters.com/michigan/24846/detroit-mi-pickup-auto-crash-jul-1998)
17 July 1998 Stockton CA, 6 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cleveland_Elementary_School_shooting_(Stockton)
14 August 1998 Las Vegas NV 4 killed (http://murderpedia.org/male.Y/y/young-terrell.htm)
3? 6? September 1998 St Paul MN, 6 killed (strangled) (http://murderpedia.org/female.H/h/her-khoua.htm)
11 September 1998 Okaloosa County FL, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/hutchinson-jeffrey.htm)
19 September 1998 Escambia County FL, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.C/c/coleman-michael.htm)
12 January 1999 Anderson IN, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.J/j/jones-terry-m.htm)
19 January 1999 Greene County MO, 4 killed (strangled) (http://murderpedia.org/male.D/d/delong-richard-ivan.htm)
23 January 1999 Fresno County CA 4* killed (stabbed) (http://murderpedia.org/male.L/l/losev-vasily.htm)
26 January 1999 Forth Worth TX 4* (poison) (http://murderpedia.org/male.N/n/nunez-armando.htm)
12 February 1999 Tulsa OK, 6 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.B/b/bell-edwin.htm)
10 March 1999 Ascension Parish LA 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/miller-shon.htm
15 March 1999 Bourbonnais IL, 11 killed (train crash/manslaughter)( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1999_Bourbonnais,_Illinois,_train_crash)
28 March 1999 Abilene TX, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/goodman-arthur-wayne.htm)
6 April 1999 Kill Devil Hills NC, 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (http://murderpedia.org/female.M/m/marvin-melissa.htm)
(Columbine massacre had two killers)
10 June 1999 East Hartford CT, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/female.S/s/silk-kelly.htm)
12 June 1999 Atlanta GA 7* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.M/m/marks-cyrano.htm)
15 June 1999 Green Bay WI 4* killed (multiple) (Harry: A Study of Teenage Mass Murderers; Steve Daniels)
14 June 1999 Brown County WI, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.G/g/gilbert-michael.htm)
27 June 1999 Depoy KY, 4 killed (multiple) (http://murderpedia.org/male.W/w/wedding-terry.htm)
3 July 1999 Las Vegas NV, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.F/f/floyd-zane.htm)
8 July 1999 Sidney OH, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.H/h/hensley-lawrence.htm)
27/29 July 1999, Stockbridge/Atlanta GA, 13 killed (multiple) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mark_O._Barton)
19 August 1999 Sacramento CA 5* killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.L/l/labatt-richard.htm)
28 August 1999 Los Angeles CA, 4 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.V/v/von-paik-moo.htm)
15 September 1999, Fort Worth TX, 7* killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Gene_Ashbrook) Church shooting. Some sources say 8* killed
2 November 1999, Honolulu HI, 7 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Xerox_murders)
4 December 1999 Sacramento CA, 6 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.X/x/xiong-kao.htm)
15 December 1999 Fort Worth TX, 8 killed (shot) (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_rampage_killers_(Americas))
30 December 1999 Tampa FL, 5 killed (shot) (http://murderpedia.org/male.I/i/izquierdo-leyva.htm)
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2023.05.09 11:16 Nemacolin 2022 Mass Killings in the United States

Mass killings in the United States, 2022
Four or more dead (Suicides Indicated by an asterisk)
By a single killer (The killer is charged or would have been charged had he lived.)
Minors cannot generally be held legally liable for a murder or homicide. Such cases are included here with an annotation.
By any criminal means
The editor aims to include all cases. This leads to a presumption to publish. I welcome corrections and additions.
1) 3 January 2022 near Columbia MO, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.kansascity.com/news/state/missouri/article257034362.html)
2) 5 January 2022 Philadelphia PA, 12 killed (arson) (https://www.inquirer.com/news/live/philadelphia-fire-fairmount-victims-cause-pha-updates-20220106.html?utm_medium=referral&utm_source=android&utm_campaign=app_android_article_share&utm_content=Q6PGDDWTFFCABLSCSVKADONNQQ) Reports indicate a minor child caused the fire. He cannot be charged in the usual sense of the word. Included here as an editorial decision.
3) 10 January 2022 Jean NV, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.reviewjournal.com/local/local-nevada/california-man-identified-as-one-of-4-killed-in-wrong-way-crash-2513381/)
4) 22 January 2022 Las Vegas NV 9* killed (reckless driving) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/killed-critically-injured-north-las-vegas-crash-82561965)
5) 27 January 2022 Delray Beach FL, 6 killed (reckless driving) (https://www.huffpost.com/entry/florida-teen-151-mph-crash-killed-6_n_62643f17e4b0197ae3f641ab)
6) February 2022 Corsicana TX, 5* killed (shot) (https://www.nbc15.com/2022/02/05/police-gunman-killed-four-then-himself-texas/)
7) 6 February 2022 Monroe County GA, 4* killed (eluding the police/reckless driving) (https://www.fox5atlanta.com/news/4-die-in-fiery-crash-after-evading-attempted-traffic-stop-deputies-say)
8) 7 February 2022 Oldham County TX, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://kfor.com/news/local/4-oklahomans-including-3-kids-killed-in-texas-crash/)
9) 18 February 2022 Houston TX, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://abc13.com/four-people-killed-fiery-crash-fatal-accident-bush-intercontinental-airport-traffic/11576919/)
10) 25 February 2022 Granbury TX, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wfaa.com/article/news/local/four-dead-including-two-children-apparent-murder-suicide-granbury/287-e3916f83-7597-4c0f-8962-81423cbd7084)
11) 26 February 2022 Hartford CT, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.nbcconnecticut.com/news/local/4-dead-in-wrong-way-crash-on-i-84-in-hartford/2728453/)
12) 28 February 2022 Sacramento CA, 5* killed (shot) (https://apnews.com/article/shootings-california-sacramento-11cb51080857646dea8f890c965ce97b)
13) 9 March 2022 Harvey IL, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://nypost.com/2022/03/10/chicago-car-crash-kills-four-people-after-suv-hit-moving-freight-train/)
14) 15 March 2022 Hobbs NM, 9* killed (reckless driving, DWI) (https://www.news4jax.com/sports/2022/07/14/ntsb-dad-not-boy-was-driving-truck-that-hit-golfers-van/) Reports no longer indicate a minor child was driving at a high speed when a tire blew. Now it seems the father was driving while high on meth.)
15) 27 March 2022 Salem OR, 4 killed (DWI/reckless driving) (https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/27/us/salem-oregon-crash-unhoused-camp/index.html)
16) 8 April 2022, Jackson County MS, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wlox.com/app/2022/04/08/four-dead-after-shooting-latimer-community/?outputType=apps)
17) 18 April 2022 Cooleemee NC, 4* dead (shot) (https://www.wbtw.com/news/state-regional-news/north-carolina-house-fire-ruled-murder-suicide-4-shot-killed/)
18) 20 April 2022 Duluth MN, 5* killed (shot) (https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/unimaginable-tragedy-five-people-dog-found-dead-minnesota-home-rcna25294)
19) 23 April 2022 Stone County AR, 4 killed (shot) (https://www.arkansasonline.com/news/2022/ap23/4-people-shot-killed-at-2-houses-in-stone-county/)
20) 27 April 2022 Gulfport MS, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wsaz.com/2022/04/27/3-dead-biloxi-hotel-shooting-police-standoff-with-suspect/)
21) 1 May 2022 Dayton OH, 4* killed (reckless driving/speeding) (https://www.daytondailynews.com/local/multiple-fatalities-reported-after-vehicle-crashes-into-pole-in-dayton/3HSG3YS3BVCZFMPO4KXOBSW4GY/)
22) 6 May 2022 Saint Louis MO, 4 killed (reckless driving/evading arrest) (https://www.kmov.com/2022/05/07/least-1-dead-others-taken-hospital-after-severe-crash/)
23) 12 May 2022 Mulberry AK, 4 killed (reckless driving/wrong way) (https://www.nola.com/news/article_94d856fc-d2dd-11ec-b645-5f333b1f70df.html)
24) 14 May 2022 Buffalo NY, 10 killed (shot) (https://www.huffpost.com/entry/bc-us-buffalo-supermarket-shooting_n_6280050be4b04353eb0533fc)
25) 14 May 2022 Worchester MA, 4 killed (arson) (https://www.nbcboston.com/news/local/woman-indicted-in-connection-with-fire-that-killed-4-in-worceste2849427/)
26) 19 May 2022 Spring TX, 4* killed (shot) (https://abc13.com/spring-texas-murder-suicide-cypresswood-police-activity-quadruple-shooting/11868529/)
27) 20 May 2022 Anderson SC, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.wltx.com/article/traffic/4-killed-3-hurt-head-on-collision-south-carolina/101-68ac4e4a-dc06-4de2-b481-b284eec5c479)
28) 22 May 2022 Riverside AL, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wvtm13.com/article/4-dead-after-apparent-murder-suicide-in-riverside/40069735)
29) 23 May 2022 Wilmer TX, 4* killed (reckless driving/wrong way) (https://www.fox4news.com/news/dallas-county-wrong-way-crash-leaves-4-dead-including-2-children)
30) 24 May 2022 Uvalde TX, 21 killed (shot) (https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2022/05/24/active-shooter-reported-at-uvalde-elementary-school-district-says/) School massacre
31) 27 May 2022 Stanwood MI, 4 killed (shot) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/wireStory/sheriff-husband-suspected-killings-woman-kids-85042695) Familicide
32) 30 May 2022 Guilford CT, 4* killed (reckless driving/wrong way) (https://www.fox61.com/article/news/local/new-haven-county/guilford-fatal-wrong-way-crash/520-bd3a1377-5cc2-4b5b-8494-2f90eef3f485)
33) 30 May 2022 Savanah GA, 5 killed (reckless boating/high-speed collision) (https://www.wtoc.com/2022/05/30/5-killed-4-injured-boat-collision-wilmington-river-dnr-investigates/)
34) 31 May 2022 Wyoming MI, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wzzm13.com/article/news/local/wyoming/wyoming-fatal-shooting-investigation/69-d505948f-6946-4875-ae08-d8f1fc36b04e)
35) 1 June 2022 Tulsa OK, 5* killed (shot) (https://www.newson6.com/story/6297e473b3d9c70737df760c/police-responding-to-shooting-at-tulsas-warren-clinic)
36) 2 June 2022 Leon County TX, 5 killed (stabbed) (https://vinnews.com/2022/06/03/fugitive-suspected-of-killing-family-of-five-taking-truck/)
37) 14 June 2022 Casselberry FL 4* killed (shot) (https://nypost.com/2022/06/14/child-among-4-shot-dead-in-florida-triple-murder-suicide/)
38) 15 July 2022 Tulsa OK 5* killed (shot) (https://www.fox10phoenix.com/news/oklahoma-hospital-shooting-several-wounded-some-killed-police-say)
39) 18 June 2022 Girard Township MI, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.woodtv.com/news/branch-county/4-killed-in-girard-township-head-on-crash/)
40) 28 June 2021 Mendon MO, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.stltoday.com/news/local/state-and-regional/safety-upgrades-urged-for-site-of-amtrak-wreck-that-killed-4/article_d87b3eaa-192b-5e9a-8bc7-ff9446220da2.html#tracking-source=home-top-story)
41) 29 June 2022 Encinal TX, 4 killed (reckless driving) (https://vinnews.com/2022/06/30/texas-police-4-migrants-killed-in-smuggling-attempt/)
42) Before 1 July 2022 Ramsey County MN, 5* killed (intentional drowning) (https://apnews.com/article/minnesota-minneapolis-ca49c026e477554b6b96329ecbb3b782) Familicide Female killer
43) 1 July 2022 Camden County GA, 4 killed (Vehicular homicide) (https://www.thelegaladvocate.com/news/breaking/charles-davenport-camden-county-dui-dwi-truck-crash-interstate-95) driver charges with Attempted vehicular homicide, expected to be upgraded
44) 4 July 2022 Highland Park IL 7 killed (shot) (https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-62042636)
45) 22 July 2022 Jackson County IA, 4* killed (shot) (https://apnews.com/article/police-shootings-iowa-13ccc3d47f39642da299278c604fbd8c)
46) 22 July 2022 Phoenix AZ, (reckless driving) (https://www.kold.com/2022/12/05/2-teens-indicted-murder-charges-deadly-street-racing-crash-that-killed-4-july/) street racing
47) 23 July 2022 Newark NJ 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://nypost.com/2022/07/23/at-least-four-dead-in-early-morning-wreck-in-newark/) street racing
48) 26 July 2022 Fairbanks AK, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.alaskasnewssource.com/2022/07/27/4-children-dead-after-15-year-old-shot-3-siblings-self-troopers-say/) familicide-suicide (oddly a child killed the other children)
49) 27 July 2022 Danbury CT, 4* killed (strangulation) (https://www.newstimes.com/news/article/Danbury-police-Three-children-woman-found-dead-17333918.php) Apparent familicide-suicide, female killer.
50) 27 July 2020 Rio Vista CA, 4* killed (reckless driving/DUI) (https://www.eastbaytimes.com/2022/07/29/rio-vista-fatal-crash-swerving-car-hit-vacationers-suv-police-say/)
51) 31 July 2022 Hampshire IL, 8 killed* (reckless driving). (I 90 crash today in McHenry County, Illinois: 7 dead, including 5 children, in wrong-way crash near Anthony Rd. in Hampshire - ABC7 Chicago 1) driving the wrong way on a highway, female killer
52) 1 August 2022 McHenry County IL, 7* killed (reckless driving) (https://wgntv.com/news/mother-4-children-among-7-killed-in-mchenry-county-crash/) wrong-way driver female killer
53) 3 August 2022 LaFollette TN, 4* killed (not reported) (https://www.wate.com/news/campbell-county-news/tbi-four-killed-in-suspected-murder-suicide-in-lafollette-identified/) familicide
54) 4 August 2022 Los Angeles CA, 6 killed (DWI/vehicular homicide) (https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-08-04/windsor-hills-fiery-crash-kills-multiple-people-pregnant-woman) six killed counting an unborn child, female killer
55) 4 August 2022 Laurel NE, 4 killed (shot/arson) (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/man-suspected-of-killing-4-people-in-laurel-house-fires-arrested-by-nebraska-state-patrol/ar-AA10m2LA)
56) 5 August 2022 Butler Twp OH, 4 killed (shot) (https://edition.cnn.com/2022/08/05/us/ohio-four-people-fatally-shot/index.html) active shooter
pp) 5 August 2022 Nescopeck PA, 10 killed (arson) (https://philadelphia.cbslocal.com/2022/08/05/nescopeck-house-fire-ten-dead/)
57) 7 August 2022 Galveston TX, 4 killed (DWI/reckless driving) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/story?id=88070371) (https://www.star-telegram.com/news/state/texas/article266541391.html)
58) 15 August 2022 Sanderson TX, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.yahoo.com/now/4-killed-high-speed-chase-233020763.html) eluding a police chase
59) 20 August 2022 Miami Lakes FL, 5 killed (reckless driving) (https://vinnews.com/2022/08/20/wrong-way-crash-leaves-5-dead-in-miami-dade-county/) wrong way on a divided highway
60) 23 August 2022 Lynn MA, 4* killed (shot) (https://nypost.com/2022/08/24/massachusetts-triple-murder-suicide-leaves-4-relatives-dead/) familicide female killer (https://www.thedailybeast.com/facebook-post-could-reveal-motive-after-4-members-of-family-die-in-murder-suicide-in-lynn-massachusetts?ref=home)
61) 25 August 2022 Tucson AZ, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.cbsnews.com/news/tucson-shooting-deborah-martinez-garibay-pima-county-constable-4-killed-eviction-arizona/) police raid gone wrong
62) 28 August 2022 Houston TX, 4 killed (arson/shot) (https://www.khou.com/article/news/crime/houston-mass-shooting-4-dead/285-e86ef8c6-da0e-4b97-ae52-2839eb33b633) killer killed by police and not included
63) 29 August 2022 Towner County ND, 4* dead (shot) (https://www.valleynewslive.com/2022/08/30/law-enforcement-are-actively-investigating-crime-scene-towner-county/) murder-suicide
64) 2 September 2022 Pinal County AZ, 4 killed (Not reported) (https://www.kold.com/2022/09/05/authorities-four-killed-by-relative-near-casa-grande/) Familicide
65) 3 September 2022 Memphis TN, 4 killed (shot) (https://nypost.com/2022/09/07/memphis-police-warn-man-randomly-shooting-while-livestreaming/) Active shooter
66) 9 September 2022 Elkton MD 5* killed (shot) (https://www.live5news.com/2022/09/09/5-killed-shooting-maryland-officials-say/) familicide, murder-suicide
67) 10 September 2022 Florence SC, 4 killed (reckless driving) (https://myfox8.com/news/south-carolina/4-killed-after-car-train-collide-saturday-night-in-florence/) Speeding into the side of a stationary train; unclear if the driver died
68) 11 September 2022 Richburg SC,4 killed (reckless driving) (https://www.wsoctv.com/news/local/fatal-crash-involving-multiple-cars-shuts-down-part-interstate-77-york-county/TXBAJK6JWNFWBK4DOAVDODTWMM/) wrong-way driver on a divided highway; unclear if the driver was killed
69) Before 6 October 2022 Merced County CA 4 killed (not reported) (https://nypost.com/2022/10/06/jesus-manuel-salgado-in-custody-after-california-family-found-dead/)
70) 6 October 2022 Clarence NY, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.news10.com/news/four-dead-in-erie-county-murder-suicide/) familicide
71) 7 October 2022 Fort Worth TX, 4 killed (shot) (https://www.usnews.com/news/best-states/texas/articles/2022-10-09/police-4-killed-in-drug-related-shooting-in-fort-worth) reportedly drug-related
72) 9 October 2022 Inman SC, 5 killed (shot) (https://nypost.com/2022/10/11/suspect-in-south-carolina-quintuple-homicide-arrested-after-police-chase/) home invasion
73) 9 October 2022 Okmulgee OK, 4 killed (shot) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/friends-killed-violent-shooting-dismembered-thrown-oklahoma-rivestory?id=91628797)
74) 11 October 2022 Royalton NY, 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (https://buffalonews.com/news/local/accident-and-incident/troopers-identify-four-killed-in-royalton-collision-of-rv-and-caarticle_713b100a-4a23-11ed-a59d-9b40ecd3ae4b.html) ran a stop sign
75) 13 October 2022 Raliegh NC, 5 killed (shot) (https://vinnews.com/2022/10/13/mayor-5-killed-by-n-carolina-shooter-suspect-contained/) “active shooter”
76) 17 October 2022 Woodbridge VA 4 killed (shot) (https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/northern-virginia/4-found-shot-to-death-in-woodbridge-home/3184467/)
77) 19 October 2022 South Fulton GA, 4 killed (arson) (https://www.ajc.com/news/crime/massive-house-fire-that-killed-4-in-south-fulton-ruled-arson-10k-reward-offered/EIZT5NUH7JBCXIO3AKRI3L7NDA/) awaiting word on one killer
78) 21 October 2022 Hartland WI, 6* killed (shot) (https://www.tmj4.com/news/local-news/all-6-hartland-fire-victims-sustained-gunshot-wounds-police-chief-confirms) Familicide, murder-suicide
79) 24 October 2022 Buffalo NY 4 killed (reckless driving/auto theft) (https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/local/crash-on-westbound-33-causes-major-delays/71-510a50b7-4623-4114-91d9-1a881adebfed)
80) 26 October 2022 Lubbock TX, 4* dead (shot) (https://www.everythinglubbock.com/news/local-news/identities-released-for-4-killed-after-shots-fired-house-fire-in-lubbock/) murder-suicide
81) 28 October 2022 Broken Arrow OK, 8* killed (shot) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-oklahoma-house-fire-police/story?id=92240575) (https://abcnews.go.com/US/dead-oklahoma-house-fire-police/story?id=92240575) murder-suicide, familicide
82) 30 October 2022 Aurora CO, 4 killed (shot) (https://www.9news.com/article/news/local/4-injured-1-dead-aurora-shooting/73-38d302e5-c952-45ec-94dc-43603a82a6e7) Home invasion
83) 4 November 20222 La Plata MD, 5* (shot) (https://www.nbcwashington.com/news/local/shooting-reported-at-home-in-la-plata-maryland/3200367/) murder-suicide
84) 4 November 2022 Orlando FL 4 killed (shot) (https://www.wesh.com/article/orlando-myers-drive-4-dead/41865958) attempted murder-suicide
85) 4 November 2022 Near Goodnight TX, 4* killed (vehicular homicide) (https://abc7amarillo.com/news/local/3-guatemalan-nationals-among-4-killed-in-head-on-crash-on-us-287-texas-department-of-public-safety-says-armstrong-county-clarendon-goodnight-andre-arango-lopez-abdul-mirzada-fredy-mateo-lopez-uriel-lopez-y-lopez-kenis-lopez-martinez-texas-highway-patrol) wrong way driving
86) 8 November 2022 Kannapolis NC, 4* killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.wbtw.com/news/state-regional-news/4-killed-several-injured-in-wrong-way-crash-on-i-85-in-north-carolina/) wrong way on a highway
87) 9 November 2022 Wood County TX, 4* killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.kltv.com/2022/11/10/teen-among-4-killed-wood-county-multi-vehicle-crash/) ran a stop sign
88) 11 November 2022 Marshalltown IA 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/four-children-dead-following-a-car-crash-in-marshalltown/ar-AA13M8cp) a high-speed crash on a residential street
89) 13 November 2022 Moscow ID 4* killed (stabbed) (https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/CivicSend/ViewMessage/Message/186765)
90) 13 November 2022 Wayne County NC, 4* killed (reckless driving) (https://www.wect.com/2022/11/15/4-killed-head-on-collision-wayne-county-including-2-holly-springs-teenagers/) wrong way on a divided highway
91) 16 November 2022 Phoenix AZ, 5* killed (shot) (https://nypost.com/2022/11/18/phoenix-dad-kills-wife-three-young-kids-in-murder-suicide/) murder-suicide Familicide
92) 17 November 2022 Pittsburg CA 5* killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.nbcbayarea.com/news/local/east-bay/fatal-crash-highway-4-in-pittsburg/3080894/) wrong way on a divided highway
93) 18 November 2022 Chester VA, 4 killed (shot) (https://richmond.com/news/local/crime-and-courts/update-maryland-man-accused-of-killing-3-children-former-girlfriend-in-chestearticle_9378262b-b04d-5b78-933d-1e9525414273.html) Familicide
94) 19 November 2022 Colorado Springs CO 5 killed (shot) (https://www.cnn.com/2022/11/20/us/colorado-springs-shooting-gay-nightclub/index.html)
95) 20 November 2022 Hennessey OK, 4 killed (shot) (https://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/4-people-found-dead-oklahoma-marijuana-farm-chinese-nationals-executed-rcna58463)
96)20 November 2022 Peoria AZ 4 killed* (Vehicular homicide/DWI) (https://www.12news.com/article/traffic/2-adults-1-teen-dead-peoria-car-crash/75-5c2e3de1-e666-4ea7-bb46-5038c8ce31bb) Drink driver
97) 22 November 2022 Chesapeake VA, 7* killed (shot) (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/us/at-least-7-dead-including-suspect-in-shooting-at-a-walmart-in-virginia-police-say/ar-AA14rrwO)
98) 30 November 2022 Buffalo Grove IL, 5* killed (stabbed) (https://www.msn.com/en-us/news/crime/buffalo-grove-murders-2-children-among-5-found-dead-in-domestic-related-incident/ar-AA14L4kC) apparent familicide, possible murder-suicide
99) 1 December 2022 New Castle DE, 4* killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.fox29.com/news/delaware-state-police-4-killed-in-head-on-crash-on-i-495-in-new-castle) Wrong way on a divided highway
100) 3 December 2022 Louisville KY, 4* killed (shot) (https://www.wave3.com/2022/12/03/lmpd-4-killed-murder-suicide-valley-station-neighborhood/) Murder-suicide, familicide
101) 4 December 2022 Birthright TX, 4 killed (vehicular homicide) (https://www.cbs19.tv/article/news/local/4-killed-10-hurt-in-east-texas-crash/501-9a512934-234a-433b-8e19-c6144f5cb232) speeding
102) 10 December 2022 Castine ME, 4 killed (vehicular homicide/DWI) (https://www.wmtw.com/article/driver-maine-crash-killed-4-students-indicted-manslaughte43541492)
103) 14 December 2022 Placer County CA, 4* killed (vehicular homicide/DWI) (https://www.kcra.com/article/granite-bay-deadly-crash-dui-confirmed-toxicology/43330210) speeding/DWI
Incidents 103
Killed 502
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2023.05.08 15:46 stonescoldtakes NFL Update: 05/01/2023 - 05/07/2023: Undrafted Free Agents, 5th year options, NFL Rumors, and More!

— Individual Team News + Tracking 5th year options + Stone’s Cold Takes
— Miscellaneous/Other NFL News
— Restaurant of the Week - "New York"
Arizona Cardinals:
Most surprising news here was then new about WR Deandre Hopkins saying that he plans to stay. It is interesting because all that has been done this offseason would have led us to believe he was traded making me think either it was a negotiating tactic or he did/does in fact want to leave. It is hard to believe it was a negotiating tactic at this point because I think most teams view him as overpaid and kind of expensive at the moment when it comes to his contract. We shall see if there is not more news here over the coming weeks/months. Declining 5th year option on LB Isaiah Simmons is not all that surprising even though I like him. He has kind of been hit or miss when it comes to playing well and will have to prove himself this year or will more than likely be signing with another team.
Atlanta Falcons:
A lot of news here but not too much happened. Interesting to hear how HC Arthur Smith felt about Peter Skoronski’s answers. He was definitely not the coach I was expecting to grab headlines the week following the draft. I feel like the trade talk on draft night for Kyler Murray was probably more of them checking in to see if they could get some sort of discount on him since he is hurt and not going to be available til mid-season at the earliest. The marching orders here still appear to be that QB Desmond Ridder will be given the reigns and be in a very good position to be able to have success with how this team has re-tooled this offseason.
Baltimore Ravens:
Good to see QB Lamar happy after signing with his new team. Interesting to get some more details on this contract and good for him for getting no tag and no trade clauses put in there. I feel like he has some good pieces around him again this year. Better receivers though than he has had in the past in my opinion. Great signing here to get another corner in Rock Ya-Sin. He has been solid during his career and will definitely help out this Ravens team in a division full of good quarterbacks.
Buffalo Bills:
Great to hear that QB Josh Allen was excited about Dalton Kincaid like I am. I feel like he is an elite pass catcher and adds an element to this offense they have not really had. I like TE Dawson Knox but feel like in the passing game a lot of the time Josh Allen helps him look better than he is rather than the other way around. Think Kincaid will open things up in the passing game and provide Allen another target he can trust when the game is on the line like he already can with Stefon Diggs. Great signing here getting Poona Ford to add depth to the defensive line. Still feel like this team could add a veteran receiver but it appears things with D-Hop have cooled off at least for now.
Carolina Panthers:
Not much news here but will be fun to watch and follow the Panthers this offseason. It sounds like Bryce Young is going to have to earn the starting job since they will technically list Andy Dalton as QB1 until they feel Young is ready. They wouldn’t have drafted Young first overall if they were planning on waiting with a QB so I feel like this is just the organization thinking that it will somehow protect them and Young from unnecessary scrutiny for a few months until the season begins.
Chicago Bears:
I hope Justin Fields is “light years ahead” of where he was this time last year after playing a full season in between and being a young quarterback still. He is going to need to be in order for this team to succeed. He took a big step last year and learned how to better evade pressure, escape with his legs, and work well with his tight ends. This next year is going to hinge on his ability to do a bit better job on his read before bailing from the pocket and executing well in passing to his wide receivers. I am hoping he can continue to develop and end up one of the top quarterbacks in the NFC and he could break the Ohio State curse.
Cincinnati Bengals:
Good move getting Siemian who is a solid backup option that can come in and keep things from sinking entirely if Joe Burrow gets hurt. Not much news here other than that just that EDGE Amani Bledsoe got suspended for a season for breaking the NFL’s policy for performance enhancing drugs. I don’t know if guys get away with it still but it seems crazy that people still try it with how often folks get caught.
Cleveland Browns:
Good move picking up the 5th year option for Jedrick Wills Jr. Love it when teams keep/add to their offensive lines when there is a good quarterback in the building especially. Other than that hopefully things continue to just continue to proceed for this team until Watson is back out on the practice field. Deshaun could be a favorite to watch as someone who regains their form this year.
Dallas Cowboys:
Interesting news this week with Micah Parsons being told he is going to be playing defensive end rather than the linebacker role we have gotten used to seeing him in. Excited to see what beefed up Micah Parsons looks like on the field and how the rest of the defense fits in behind him with the change.
Denver Broncos:
After an interesting offseason where receivers were being shopped the Broncos did the right thing and picked up Jeudy’s 5th year option. When healthy he is a dynamic receiver and with how he runs routes gives his quarterback the comfort of always knowing where he is going to be. Jeudy and Russ’ relationship is going to key this season if the team is going to have a chance at succeeding because if you look back Russ has always had a couple of those receiver that he can trust throughout his careers. Back in Seattle it was Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf most recently.
Detroit Lions:
Not necessarily surprising to hear that QB Jared Goff and the team have discussed a contract extension. I think some thought maybe there was a chance the Lions would be moving on from Goff after another a season or two. It will be interesting to see how this all plays itself out over the next few months. Goff has seen his career revitalized in Detroit and arguably is playing more efficient, better football than he ever has. I imagine also that there is excitement now that they may be viewed by some as the favorite to win the division this year. What a turnaround it has been thus far for the Lions under hC Dan Campbell. Fingers crossed that this teams avoids more drama like it has had already this offseason with the gambling stuff.
Green Bay Packers:
It will be interesting to see if the Packers are bringing in another veteran free agent after restructuring Savage’s contract to create more than $5m in cap space. Something I would be curious to see is if one of the veteran QBs ends up signing here to back up Jordan Love and be an insurance policy should there be issues early on. Also, great job by the Packers to get Jordan Love still signed for this 5th year without having to exercise his 5th year option. This is another team that will be fun to watch this offseason.
Houston Texans:
Good amount of positive movement this week but I feel like this team is going to be a couple of years out. The way I see it is that they still don’t have a true #1 receiver which is key for a young quarterback. I know John Metchie is healthy now and they got Robert Woods but don’t feel like either of those have shown true #1 capabilities yet. The key for the Texans this season is going to be the defense will need to keep them in close games and make some big plays for them.
Indianapolis Colts:
Releasing Nick Foles was unavoidable and not surprising especially since Frank Reich has been gone for over half the season now. Not much news here. the Cole Coleman signing is a good one and will help the rotation. The more exciting news that everyone is following is the day to day with Anthony Richardson. From what I have read and heard it sounds like he has made his fair share of wow plays as well as his fair share of bad plays. All things you should expect with a young QB. Great to see though that at the moment he appears to have the work ethic and right attitude about everything.
Jacksonville Jaguars:
Not much news here which is a good thing for this team. They are still just enjoying not being put under a microscope I can imagine. Seems like all the right pieces are in place here and that this should be a pretty exciting season. Crazy to think that if the young quarterback from the draft all start this year in the division the Trevor Lawrence will be the veteran of he division.
Kansas City Chiefs:
If Chiefs fans didn’t already like RB Isiah Pacheco he gave them another reason to like him and see how tough he is after news broke that he played the Super Bowl with a broken hand and torn labrum. No surprises with the other two runnings backs though this week with them signing Jerrick McKinnon and declining the 5th year option on Clyde Edwards-Helaire. I could see the Chiefs being open to trading Edwards-Helaire in order to get something for him and there might be teams calling. The news about WR Kadarius Toney being viewed as their #1 receiver is not new news but somehow made the rounds again. If he can stay healthy and focus up he has the potential to be Tyreek Hill lite and a very productive #1 receiver.
Las Vegas Raiders:
Not much to say here but interesting to see how late their list of Undrafted free agents is thus far. Most of the time they don’t mean much but there is it seems like a couple diamonds in the rough each year that end up contributing with different teams in the league.
Los Angeles Chargers:
Not much new here this week as the 5th year option with Herbert happened a couple weeks ago. Will be interesting to see if they still work on and an extension done this year with him.
Los Angeles Rams:
Nothing really here just they have a ton of Undrafted Free Agents. This team does have a lot they need to fill so makes sense to give themselves as many folks as possible to look at and see if they are going to become key contributors.
Miami Dolphins:
Declined a couple 5th year options which was not all that surprising. Miami is pretty well set with their core and makes sense to work on having young complementary pieces around that core in the long term. Going to be a fun year for them playing in arguably the toughest division in football.
Minnesota Vikings:
I want RB Dalvin Cook to stay but I know he is expensive, getting older, and has suffered some injuries recently but it seems that there is still hope even though it appears to be pointing towards him leaving and most likely going to Miami. No surprises here with them declining the 5th year option for Reagor but picking it up for Jefferson. Excited to see how this team plays this year and how that impacts the future of the franchise in terms of the quarterback position going forward.
New England Patriots:
No surprises here that Belichick wanted to mess with the Jets during the draft. Sadly I don’t think it is going to work in the long run and that the Patriots are going to have a hard time in the division this year. Will be interesting to see how things progress with the offense this year though under Bill O’Brien and then with Belichick’s defenses this team could very well end up being a lot better than some are thinking right now.
New Orleans Saints:
Not much that notable in the Big Easy. It will be fun to see how things continue to develop here with Carr under center.
New York Giants:
I liked the comment Eli made this week about Daniel Jones and the moments not being too big for him. So often we see QBs come to New York and just struggle tremendously with the limelight they have. Jones even though he has had ups and downs during his career has always handled the media and the pressure to get back out and play really well. It also should help too that the Giants signed another piece in agreeing to an extension with DT Dexter Lawrence. This team could be scary this year but will be interesting to see how things work out with Saquon this offseason before we can get to that.
New York Jets:
As expected the Jets signed WR Randall Cobb giving Aaron Rodgers yet another good friend of his that he can play with. Interesting to heart that the Jets and DT Quinnen Williams aren’t close on a deal after all the reports a couple weeks ago were that they were very close to getting a deal done. Hopefully the two sides can work things out because I feel that he is a key piece to the defense and one Saleh would hate to watch leave.
Philadelphia Eagles:
Great signing to get TE Dan Arnold in the building. I think he is a top 15 tight end in the league and the Eagles get to have him as their #2. Other than that news there was not much else out of the Eagles this week but a rumor that Fangio would have stayed had their not been the tampering incident with Gannon.
Pittsburgh Steelers:
Once again the Steelers just go about their business and don’t make a lot of noise until the season rolls around. Great to hear Peyton Manning talk so glowingly though about WR George Pickens and gets me excited to see more of his one handed grabs and physicality at the WR position.
San Francisco 49ers:
Interesting week for the Niners. It is amazing how much QB drama they either put themselves in or get put in by the media. I am not sure which it is yet but it has been happening for a long time now. I understand though the argument for Sam Darnold being the most talented. I think potentially when you look at it as just the ability to make throws Darnold was the most complete coming out of college. However, it will be interesting to see how he does in camp. Also, good to hear that Purdy is on track but if I am the 49ers the team is good enough to win a couple games without him so that they can be extra careful and ensure that he is healthy. It has been weird to see how much QB Trey Lance has been pushed to the side which may be a signal that the Niners are quietly giving up on him because all of last year he was being shoved in everyone’s faces. Once again all this drama makes for an interesting offseason where we all have to pay attention to the offseason program to see how folks are performing.
Seattle Seahawks:
Not much news here this week but it would be huge if they could get Frank Clark this offseason. Would be a great move for them to get themselves that much closer to the Niners in terms of firepower on both sides of the ball.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
Enjoyed hearing Bruce Arians take on QB Baker Mayfield and he makes a good point that we often all forget. All these quarterbacks each year come into the draft with high grades and besides a handful every 10 or so years we largely don’t know how they are going to turn out. I’d say in the last 20 years there have been 3 that were surefire can’t miss prospect that everyone knew were going to be good and that ended up being really good. Don’t feel that Baker was one of those but he has definitely playerd well in his young career and has much more experience obviously than any of the young quarterbacks from this years draft.
Tennessee Titans:
Right away it sounds like Will Levis will be #3 on the depth chart and that Tannehill will have a short leash. I doubt that short leash will be because of Willis after how he played last year in his limited time. To me the news sounds like they are making it an open competition and that the job is out there for the taking really no matter what order the QBs fall in right now.
Washington Commanders:
Just when you think the Commanders are going to figure out a way to stop getting in trouble they go and do it again. While calling on other teams for Quarterbacks last year, supposedly they made a call directly to Andrew Luck who has been retired now for a few years. That may all appear fine but the Colts still have the football right to Luck and so technically he could not be contacted directly. Probably all going to amount to nothing but kind of funny that they got caught up in it. On another note it made sense for them to decline the 5th year option on Chase Young with him having been injured. Look for him to be a potential trade candidate this summer.
Miscellaneous/Other NFL News:
Restaurant of the Week: (New York - Rutt's Hut)
Since the stadium is technically in New Jersey I decided to go with where the stadium is located rather than the name of the team this time. Rutt’s Hut is famous for the Ripper Hot Dogs and you have the option to get them with or without cheese. The Hut has been a staple hot dog place since its establishment back in 1928 and has seen many many folks pass through over the years. The best part about Rutt’s Hut is that it is still pretty close to the stadium too. Now it is not a walking distance one for most and either way would probably not be a great place to walk from but you are within 10 minutes of the stadium if you take an uber or drive yourself. Besides getting a hot dog by the way I recommend a side order of their french fries with Mozzarella cheese. Can’t go wrong with a pre-game bite from Rutt’s and the best part is they are open 8am to 8pm so you can go there for whatever meal you would like to eat with them or maybe you have a hot dog pregame and come back postgame for another to celebrate or drown your sorrows depending on the outcome of the game.
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2023.05.06 16:04 yesiambear Visiting virginia winery #50 today, here are my superlatives

Today the wife and I are heading out to visit our 50th new winery in Virginia. I figured it was probably time for a write-up of some of the bests (in our opinion). Here is where we have been:

Dave Matthews is pricing his bottles in such a way, you almost have to buy one. We left with a great white for $22 and loved it.
Glen Manor is a hidden gem, just south of Front Royal on the Skyline Drive. Very solid wines, and the views of the farm are awesome.
Jefferson was fantastic reds, which surprised me greatly. Also bring a lawn chair and just stare at the mountains.
Septenary is sneaky good wine. They do get crowded so sometimes there is a wait, but I think it's worth it.
Thatch had the best Rose I've had in Virginia. Bummed they are no longer their own shop.

Please note, this does not mean the wine there is good. If you need a good view, these are the places to go.
If you are looking for high up the mountain and can see the world, then Bluemont, Hazy Mountain, and Stone Mountain are your bet. If you want a cute farm or overall vibe, then Doukenie, Gabriele Rausse, Glen Manor, and Three Creeks. If you want to be in the valley and look up at the beautiful mountains, then Glen Manor, Jefferson, King Family, Mediterranean, and Pollak.
Bluemont we didn't realize had an upper parking lot. We parked midway up the driveway and then hiked the remaining way up. When we saw that there was additional parking and we didn't have to crush our calves, the wife was not pleased haha.
When we showed up to Elk Island there was a biker ganger walking in about two minutes behind us. The server said "Do you want to wait for the rest of your friends?" My wife and I are quite the opposite of bikers haha, so this gave us a good chuckle. We still joke about it to this day.
We went to Horton during COVID, so they were using dixie plates and cups for the tasting. When we first walked in, they didn't ID us, but then a group of girls behind us did get carded. That made us feel old quick. Another one we still joke about to this day.
There are two roads to get to Stone Mountain. Make sure you pick the correct one, otherwise you will test your relationship with your significant other. That is all.
We went to a veritas concert night many years ago. A buddy of mine got a little too inebriated, and I assisted him in the bathroom. It looked like a murder scene thanks to all the red wine. The cleanup effort was not fun. Thankfully we had a sober driver taking us home.

Best Food Options:
Early Mountain always has a great menu, highly recommend the bread and butter. King Family brings some solid food trucks on the weekend, and you can picnic there. New Kent has a good chef and makes some solid food. The sliders at Pippin Hill are outstanding.

Put it on repeat (would go back happily):
I'll only point out a few here since some have been talked about already. We loved Bull Run and how many table options they had, plus an adult-only section. Big plus for us. Early Mountain is always on our list because of the food & wine. Fifty-Third is where our friends like to go, so it's on rotation. Jefferson was great all around and we will be back soon. New Kent is our "It's close to richmond" place. It's decent, can usually get a solid white. Three Creeks was just a solid place to be. We went in the winter, definitely want to go late spring or fall.

Haven't been, excited to go:
Ankida is supposed to be gorgeous and have some solid wine. Breaux, Linden, and RdV keep coming up in best wine blogs. Chateau Morrisette I don't have high hopes for, but they have a lab on their label and we love labs. Delaplane is supposed to be pretty. Keswick I'm surprised we haven't been to simply because of location, same with Rosemont.

So where are we going for #50? Still undecided, but I will update the post once we pick it and go!
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2023.05.04 14:42 CroninChris The Jenny Craig WLC Closing list as of Thursday, May 4th, 2023

Link to the list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/124Oz7UMxSiNXXX9f4iWU8ptjbZ5bHDYp-yQZnoZ3_jI/edit
Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDxW6SYyj1Q&feature=youtu.be
New Jersey:
New Hampshire:
New York:
North Carolina:
Rhode Island:
South Carolina:
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2023.05.04 12:51 CroninChris The Jenny Craig WLC Closing list as of Thursday, May 4th, 2023

Link to the list: https://docs.google.com/document/d/124Oz7UMxSiNXXX9f4iWU8ptjbZ5bHDYp-yQZnoZ3_jI/edit
Link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DDxW6SYyj1Q&feature=youtu.be
New Jersey:
New Hampshire:
New York:
North Carolina:
Rhode Island:
South Carolina:
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2023.05.04 05:38 Low-Assistance-9755 Help a nervous junior find some more schools!!!!!

-White Female -Family Income: 100-150k(only 150 because insurance screwed us but that’s what I’ll end up putting on the application so…) -State: Virginia (Very Rural, Southwest) -School: non-competitive public school, only school in county/30 mile radius -3 Weeks from Finishing Junior Year! - Graduating Class of -400 (total school 2000) - Possible Hooks: LGBTQ, Rural, Music, STEM, Disabled
Intended Major(s): Biology (Hopefully Micro or Virology focused programs), minor or double major in Spanish or and Asian Language (whatever would suit me best)
-ACT: Taking June, expecting 31 comp. (Math as lowest score)
UW/W GPA and Rank
3.9/4.0 UW (or close to it) 4.24/4.0 W (4.45 by end of senior year) -school doesn’t rank, would guess top 10 or 15. A lot of people take hard classwork but get B’s or lower
My School only offers 4 real AP courses that you are told to take.
Freshman: All Honors, 2 Music courses, 1 Latin course, Took Advanced Math Path
Sophomore: DE Precalc, Rest Honors, Latin, Music
Junior: DE Computer Science (300 Level Course), DE Bio 101 & 102, Music, Theatre, & Latin Courses
Upcoming Senior: AP Government, AP Environmental Science, DE Anatomy & Physiology, DE Calc AB, DE College 111, Latin, and a Volunteer Public Service Period
National Honor Society Principals List (Above Honor Roll, consecutive)
My awards are crap for a couple of reasons. One is that my school doesn’t really do them. Scholarships and money are way more valued because of how low-income the area is. Another reason is that I probably have more but don’t think it would qualify as an award.
Music - Piano for 10 Years, Saxophone for 6, Oboe for 2 - Joined HS marching band in 8th grade - Leadership team for 3 years, roles include: Woodwind Captain, Flute Section Leader (yes, I was teaching an instrument I didn’t know), Pit Crew, First Aid Crew, Hospitality Team, and next year I will most likely be Alto Section Leader. - Outside of band I get piano and voice lessons, and occasionally pick up a mandolin, guitar, or fiddle.
Theatre - Lead roles since 9th grade in my first musical - Also on Varsity One Act Team (a varsity sport) - Recently played main character in both One Act & Spring Musical -Lead vocal exercises and warm ups
Model UN - Joined in 9th Grade - Been to DC & Chicago
Part-Time - Work between 10-25 hours per week at fast food restaurant - House-sit often for 4 horses and a large local estate (began when I was 15)
Summer - University of Chicago Enrichment Program (Free, Scholarship program), Emerging Rural Leaders -Medical Camp in NYC (mostly to see if I can handle trauma care)
-Will likely get recommended by my Biology Professor, 9/10, known me forever, has incredibly good reputation
Schools: List of colleges, ED/EA/RD, etc
I don’t know which ones would be reach for me so please help.
In no particular order:
William & Mary ODU Mary Washington UVA Georgetown George Washington UChicago Radford
I am looking for other schools, particularly outside of the state. Also I know UChicago is a long shot. It’s been a dream of mine for a long time and I was so excited to spend a week there this summer for free.
Also- I have one special circumstance. The two B’s staining my perfect A record happened in 2020 after my brother died unexpectedly. I was 14. That circumstance also triggered my disabilities.
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2023.05.02 20:29 MacDr1zz1e RVA Craigslist "I have a case for you of a poltergeist."

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2023.05.01 22:20 TastyWallet Epic 66 Badge Run Planned for June 16th - June 18th

My sister invited my wife and me to a baby shower in June! As such, I plotted a path for us to take to arrive/go home at a decent time, yet, take advantage of badge collecting without going out of the way too much. This post contains the details of all 66 badges we will be collecting along the way. The number would be higher, except that there are a few badges we have from previous trips or my wife will get them at another time. For completeness, I'll include them.
Our starting point will be in Frederick, Maryland and our destination will be Statesville, North Carolina. We are driving two different paths to take advantage of badges, one for the trip there and the other on the way back to Maryland. We will also go off the beaten path for several of these.
I'm not entirely certain if all 66 locations are badgable areas or not, but I used https://demos.mapbox.com/boundaries-explore?country=US&layer=adm4&worldview=US#5.5/41/-100 to look for locations.
All the locations will contain links to Open Street Maps (OSM), which does a GREAT job of telling us the exit numbers! This makes it much, MUCH easier to plan our route.
We're both expected to have somewhere between 10,000 to 13,000 AB before this run starts. We *might* be going to PA a few weeks beforehand, which means more badge opportunities before this run begins.
I currently have 20 badges. My wife has 14.
Friday, June 16th
Maryland (No, I don't have this badge. Yes, that is intentional.)
#x: Frederick - We'll pass through this. We already have this badge, so not counting it. We'll pig out at the "Golden Trough" (it is an all-you-can-eat by another name) before heading out for the day.
#1: Rosemont - We're starting off the beaten path already! The "normal" route is to go through 340 to 9S, and head onto 81S. But, I already have those badges! Wife will collect them next Thanksgiving. We're going a different way to collect badges. We'll be getting off 340 to get onto MD 17. Part of the border for Rosemont is inside 17.
#2: Brunswick - This is along the way. There is ample opportunity to pick this one up before we cross into Virginia. MD 17 turns to VA 287 when we cross the border.
Virginia (I already have this badge. My wife will collect it during Thanksgiving.)
#3: Lovettsville - Again, ample opportunity.
#4: Purcellville - Lots of time available to nab this one.
#5: Hamilton - We'll head onto Business 7E, bag this one, and head back to Business 7W.
#6: Round Hill - We decided to use Business 7 W instead of 7W that we'd have more time collecting this badge. This leads to 7W.
#x: Berryville - I already have this badge. My wife won't be collecting this one. We'll have another opportunity during Thanksgiving. We'll be getting off at Business 7W and US 340S to go a bit out of the way again for another badge.
#7: Boyce - This should be another easy one.
#8: Stephens City - We'll have to go a bit past the exit to stay within the borders for this one. Headed for I81S.
#9: Middletown - The border isn't within I81S. Therefore, we'll take exit 302 and go right, get this badge, then head back out.
#10: Strasburg - Again, no border on I81S. We'll take exit 298, head left, snag this one, and be on our merry way.
#11: Woodstock - This one borders I81S. We'll get off exit 283 and get back on again so that we can both get the badge.
#12: Edinburg - Exit 279, go left, head a bit inward to access the city, then backtrack.
#13: Mount Jackson - Exit 269, take our time, then get back on I81S.
#14: New Market - I'm the mayor of New Market, but not this one! Exit 264, take our time, then get back on I81S.
#15: Harrisonburg - Easy peasy lemon squeezie.
#16: Bridgewater - Exit 240, head right, go in a bit, head back.
#17: Dayton - We might skip this one, depending on AB available before the run/time/etc. We'd have to go past Bridgewater and head way back.
#18: Mount Crawford - We'll get this one on the way back from #16 by taking North Main Street on the right.
#19: Staunton - Exit 225, head right, grab, go back.
#20: Lexington - Exit 188, head right, grab, go back.
#21 Buena Vista - Keep going past our exit, grab, go back.
#22: Buchanan - Exit 162, head left, go out a bit, grab, go back.
#23: Troutville - We might skip this one, depending on AB available before the run/time/etc. We'd have to take exit 156, head onto 11, drive out a bit, grab, and backtrack. Trying to push forward through 11 scares the crap out of me.
#24: Salem - Exit 140, head left, grab, keep going.
#25: Roanoke - Take a left on East Main Street, drive out a bit, grab, head back to I81S.
#26: Christiansburg - Another easy one. Will take exit 114 if I need more time for my badge.
#27: Radford - Exit 105, head right, grab, head back.
#28: Dublin - Exit 98, head right, go a little bit, grab, head back.
[Transition to I77S]
#29: Hillsville - Exit 14, take my time, get back on.
North Carolina
#30: Dobson - Exit 93, head right, go to the Exxon on the left, head back.
#31: North Carolina - Self-explanatory.
#32: Elkin - Exit 85, take my time, get back on.
#33: Jonesville - Exit 82, take my time, get back on.
#34: Statesville - This is our destination!
Sunday, June 18th
[Taking I40E home]
#35: Mocksville - These borders are...interesting. Anyways, exit 170, go right, pull into the Exxon on the left, collect, head back.
#36: Bermuda Run - Exit 180, left left, pull into Lowe's, collect, head back.
#37: Clemmons - Will take exit 184 for extra time.
#38: Winston-Salem - Easy.
#39: Kernersville - Exit 203, take my time, get back on.
#40: High Point - Exit 208, turn right on third right, turn right again, park on side, collect, head back.
#41: Greensboro - Easy.
#42: Sedalia - Exit 135, turn right, turn left onto US-70, collect, head back.
#43: Whitsett - Exit 138, turn left, collect, keep going.
#44: Gibsonville - Drive past Burlington road, pull over, collect, head back.
#45: Elon - Get on US-70E, turn left on University Drive, collect, get back on US-70E.
#46: Burlington - Easy.
#47: Graham - Turn right on South Sellars Mill Road, drive out a bit, collect, head back.
#48: Haw River - Easy.
#49: Mebane - Easy.
#50 - Hillsborough - Easy.
#51: Durham - Easy.
#52: Butner - Easy.
#53: Creedmoor - Exit 191, turn left, drive out a bit, collect, head back to I85N.
#54: Oxford - Exit 204, turn right, collect, head back.
#55: Henderson - Easy.
#56: Middleburg - Exit 220, turn left, collect, head back.
#57: South Hill - Can pull over if I need time.
#58: La Crosse - Exit 12A, turn right, collect, head back.
#59: Alberta - Exit 28, turn right, collect, head back.
#60: McKenny - Exit 42, turn left, collect, head back.
#61: Petersburg - Not sure if this one is a badge. I couldn't get borders to show up on OSM. However, mapbox picked it up at https://demos.mapbox.com/boundaries-explore?country=US&layer=adm4&worldview=US#11.25/37.217/-77.442. I'll try for it since it's on the way without going out of the way.
[Transition to I95N]
#62: Colonial Heights - Will use exit 54 if needed for time.
#63: Richmond - Easy.
#64: Ashland - Exit 92A, take my time, get back on.
#65: Fredericksburg - Exit 130A, take my time, get back on.
#66: Dumbries - Exit 152A, turn right, turn right on Greentree Lane, collect, head back.
Once back in Maryland, we'll be going past badges we've already collected or will collect in the future.
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2023.04.28 06:41 ZaBaronDV Beyond Red, Blue, and Yellow: Confederate Presidential Election of 2006 Results

Beyond Red, Blue, and Yellow: Confederate Presidential Election of 2006 Results
The election of 2006 was perhaps the most strongly contested in recent memory.
For the last 12 years, the Confederacy has been led by the Populist Party under Bill Clinton, the former Governor of Arkansas. Although Clinton's "Third Way" brand of Populism found strong support in the aftermath of the disastrous Duke and Roemer Presidencies, both he and Vice President Edwin Edwards, the former Governor of Louisiana, were plagued by controversies and scandals in their second term.
And thus we came to 2006, a knock-down slugfest of an election, as all three major Confederate Parties, the Dixiecrats, the Populists, and the Farmers, put forth their nominations:
Incumbent Vice President Edwin Edwards of Louisiana was chosen by the Populists to carry Third Way populism forward, backed up by Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee.
The Dixiecrats opted for a somewhat risky multipartisanship approach, nominating Tennessee Senator Bill Frist for President, with a similarly multipartisan Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina as his VP, running on a platform of health reform and tackling corruption in Richmond and the broader Confederacy (making it an open secret that Frist would attempt to investigate and charge Clinton and Edwards for their multitude of controversies and scandals).
The Farmers, although having made gains since the disastrous elections of 1988 and 1994, were still the dark horses, but put forth a strong, if somewhat divided along personal lines, ticket of former Senator John Edwards of North Carolina for President and the former Secretary of the Navy James Webb of Virginia as Vice President, a direct challenge to the Dixiecrats.
And now, after Election Day, November 8, 2006, the results are in, and a new President has been announced. The State-by-State results are as follows, in the order they were called:

Louisiana (9 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Huckabee)

Surprising few, Louisiana was decisively won by the Populists. Louisiana looks after its own in any election, and this is no different, and Edwin Edwards gained an early lead in the voting.

Missouri (11 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Huckabee)

Missouri was always a State for the Populists in all but the most exceptional circumstances, and 2006 was no different, with the State being called mere minutes after Louisiana.

Arkansas (6 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Huckabee)

Arkansas was not only the home State of Populist Vice President Mike Huckabee, but was also the home State of Bill Clinton for both of his Presidential runs in 1994 and 2000. As such, it is the birthplace of Third Way Populism, and was only called later than Louisiana and Missouri due to a fringe number of Farmers voters who came out in droves along the Mississippi River coast.

Tennessee (11 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

Tennessee was more closely contested between the Farmers and the Dixiecrats during the nomination races, but Bill Frist's nomination tipped the scales firmly in the Dixiecrat's favor, due to his wildly popular platform in the Volunteer State, though the Populists kept it competitive for a time. With this, Frist's campaign was on the board and managed to close the gap somewhat.

Georgia (15 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Huckabee)

Georgia has always been a rogue element in elections, and to say that the Edwards campaign was thrilled to take the swing State would be an understatement. Although the Farmers put up a fight here, Georgia ultimately stayed red.

Mississippi (6 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Webb)

Finally putting the Farmers Party on the board was the Farmers Party stronghold of Mississippi. The Dixiecrats and Populists were out in force to flip the Magnolia State away from green to red or blue, ultimately to no avail, though the Dixiecrats did have a strong showing in the south of the State.

South Carolina (8 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

Perhaps the most vital State to win for all campaigns, but more for the Farmers and Dixiecrats, South Carolina ultimately sided with the Dixiecrats, although the fight was a hard one. It was at this point that the Farmers Party's Edwards/Webb campaign conceded the election.

Kentucky (8 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

Kentucky was hotly contested particularly by the Dixiecrats and the Populists. Ultimately, however, the anti-corruption campaign of the Dixiecrats won out, and Kentucky flipped blue for the first time since joining the Confederacy in 1959. A huge morale boost for the Dixiecrats.

Alabama (9 Electoral Votes; Carried by Edwards/Webb)

Despite having conceded at this point, the Edward/Webb campaign had enough momentum to take one more State, proving that the Farmers Party still had some energy, and was still strong. Just not strong enough to take the Presidency.

North Carolina (15 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

Finally closing the gap in the race and taking the lead, North Carolina was a safe bet for the Dixiecrats, but the Farmers made it a fight. The Populists were barely a factor, but this was expected by all campaign strategists. Still, the Edwards/Huckabee camp began to sweat.

Virginia (13 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

Still another State where the only shock was how long it took to call, Virginia kept to the Dixiecrats. Still, as perhaps the Confederacy's most moderate and politically diverse State, the Dominion State was a prize up for grabs. By this point, VP nominee Graham was reported to have said "If we'd lost this State, I would've called to concede myself, Bill or no Bill." It was all to come down to one State. Whoever won the next State would become the President.

Florida (27 Electoral Votes; Carried by Frist/Graham)

The Populists hoped, prayed, and campaigned extensively in the Sunshine State, and there were many early signs that this State would stay Populist, but ultimately the damaged goods that was Edwin Edwards doomed the campaign here, in more ways than one. Florida stayed blue, and the Edwards/Huckabee campaign called in to concede the election.

21st President of the Confederate States of America, Bill Frist (D, TN)
In his victory speech, President-elect Frist declared that he would not be a Dixiecrat President, he would be a Confederate President, and he was ready to work with the Populists and even the Farmers to get necessary reforms done. The Dixiecrats have taken the Confederate White House for the first time in 12 years, the Populists are diminished but still a plurality in the Senate while still holding the House of Representatives, and the Farmers have shown that they're not even close to being out of the game.

The Election Map
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2023.04.25 21:30 CynicalPebble Virginia VA

Virginia, officially the Commonwealth of Virginia,[a] is a state in the Mid-Atlantic) and Southeastern regions of the United States between the Atlantic Coast and the Appalachian Mountains. Its geography and climate are shaped by the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Chesapeake Bay. The state's capital is Richmond. Its most-populous city is Virginia Beach, and Fairfax County is the state's most-populous political subdivision. Virginia's population in 2022 was over 8.68 million, with 35% living within the Greater Washington metropolitan area.
Virginia's history begins with several indigenous groups, including the Powhatan. In 1607, the London Company established the Colony of Virginia as the first permanent English colony in the New World. Virginia's state nickname, the Old Dominion, is a reference to this status. Slave labor and land acquired from displaced native tribes fueled the growing plantation economy, but also fueled conflicts both inside and outside the colony. Virginia was one of the original Thirteen Colonies in the American Revolution, and several Revolutionary War battles were fought in Virginia. During the American Civil War, Virginia was split when the state government in Richmond joined the Confederacy, but many of the state's northwestern counties remained loyal to the Union), separating as the state of West Virginia in 1863. Although the Commonwealth was under one-party rule for nearly a century following the Reconstruction era, both major political parties are competitive in modern Virginia.
Virginia's state legislature is the Virginia General Assembly, which was established in July 1619, making it the oldest current law-making body in North America. It is made up of a 40-member Senate and a 100-member House of Delegates. Unlike other states, cities and counties in Virginia function as equals, but the state government manages most local roads inside each. It is also the only state where governors are prohibited from serving consecutive terms. Virginia's economy is diverse with a strong agriculture industry in the Shenandoah Valley; high-tech and federal agencies in Northern Virginia, including the headquarters of the U.S. Department of Defense and Central Intelligence Agency; and military facilities in Hampton Roads, the site of the region's main seaport.


The U.S. Census Bureau found the state resident population was 8,631,393 on April 1, 2020, a 7.9% increase since the 2010 census. Another 23,149 Virginians live overseas, giving the state a total population of 8,654,542. Virginia has the fourth largest overseas population of U.S. states due to its federal employees and military personnel.[184] The fertility rate in Virginia as of 2020 was 55.8 per 1,000 females between the ages of 15 and 44,[185] and the median age as of 2021 was the same as the national average of 38.8 years old, with the oldest city by median age being James City and the youngest being Lynchburg, home to several universities.[178] The geographic center of population was located northwest of Richmond in Hanover County, as of 2020.[186]
Though still growing naturally as births outnumber deaths, Virginia has had a negative net migration rate since 2013, with 8,995 more people leaving the state than moving to it in 2021. This is largely credited to high home prices in Northern Virginia,[187] which are driving residents there to relocate south, and although Raleigh is their top destination, in-state migration from Northern Virginia to Richmond increased by 36% in 2020 and 2021 compared to the annual average over the previous decade.[188][189] Aside from Virginia, the top birth state for Virginians is New York), having overtaken North Carolina in the 1990s, with the Northeast accounting for the largest number of domestic migrants into the state by region.[190] About twelve percent of residents were born outside the United States as of 2020. El Salvador is the most common foreign country of birth, with India, South Korea, Vietnam, Ethiopia, and the Philippines as other common birthplaces.[191]

Race and ethnicity

The state's most populous racial group, non-Hispanic whites, has declined as a proportion of the population from 76% in 1990 to 58.6% in 2020, as other ethnicities have increased.[192][193] Immigrants from the islands of Britain and Ireland settled throughout the Commonwealth during the colonial period,[194] a time when roughly three-fourths of immigrants came as indentured servants.[195] Those who identify on the census as having "American ethnicity" are predominantly of English descent, but have ancestors who have been in North America for so long they choose to identify simply as American.[196][197] The western mountains have many settlements that were founded by Scotch-Irish immigrants before the American Revolution.[198] There are also sizable numbers of people of German descent in the northwestern mountains and Shenandoah Valley,[199] and 10.3% of Virginians are estimated to have German ancestry, as of 2020.[200]
The largest minority group in Virginia are Blacks and African Americans, who include about one-fifth of the population.[193] Virginia was a major destination of the Atlantic slave trade, and the first generations of enslaved men, women, and children were brought primarily from Angola and the Bight of Biafra. The Igbo ethnic group of what is now southern Nigeria were the single largest African group among slaves in Virginia.[201] Blacks in Virginia also have more European ancestry than those in other southern states, and DNA analysis shows many have asymmetrical male and female ancestry contributions from before the Civil War, evidence of European fathers and African or Native American mothers during the time of slavery.[202][203] Though the Black population was reduced by the Great Migration) to northern industrial cities in the first half of the 20th century, since 1965 there has been a reverse migration of Blacks returning south.[204] The Commonwealth has the highest number of Black-white interracial marriages in the United States,[205] and 8.2% of Virginians describe themselves as multiracial.[3]
More recent immigration in the late 20th century and early 21st century has resulted in new communities of Hispanics and Asians. As of 2020, 10.5% of Virginia's total population describe themselves as Hispanic or Latino, and 8.8% as Asian.[3] The state's Hispanic population rose by 92% from 2000 to 2010, with two-thirds of Hispanics in the state living in Northern Virginia.[206] Northern Virginia also has a significant population of Vietnamese Americans, whose major wave of immigration followed the Vietnam War.[207] Korean Americans have migrated more recently, attracted by the quality school system.[208] The Filipino American community has about 45,000 in the Hampton Roads area, many of whom have ties to the U.S. Navy and armed forces.[209]
Tribal membership in Virginia is complicated by the legacy of the state's "pencil genocide" of intentionally categorizing Native Americans and Blacks together, and many tribal members do have African and European ancestry.[210] In 2020, the U.S. Census Bureau found that only 0.5% of Virginians were exclusively American Indian or Alaska Native, though 2.1% were in some combination with other ethnicities.[193] The state government has extended recognition to eleven indigenous tribes resident in Virginia. Seven tribes also have federal recognition, including six that were recognized in 2018 after passage of bill named for activist Thomasina Jordan.[211][212] The Pamunkey and Mattaponi have reservations on tributaries of the York River) in the Tidewater region.[213]
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