H’burg Happenings – Late November

Brent Finnegan -- November 20th, 2006


Harrisonburg native Cpl. Michael Minnis was injured by a bomb near Baghdad, and is currently recovering.

The Valley Family Forum met last week to “unveil their conservative values” with supporters and Valley politicians. VFF’s Victoria Cobb was emphasizing the “huge” marriage amendment victory, but as Stephen Winslow points out, Virginia is no Tennessee.

Evan Dyson of The Breeze made this photo montage of the sobriety/license checkpoint on Neff and Port last Thursday.


Tuesday, Nov 21: Last day the Downtown Farmer’s Market is open.

Nov 21, 24, & 30: Underground rock shows at Crayola, Tee’s, & Club Sandwich.

Nov 25: Stephen Bennett plays at the Court Square Theater.

Nov 29: Justin Jones plays at TDU.

Nov 30: Downtown 56 opens.

also on the 30th: John McClutcheon plays the Court Square Theater.

for more local events, check craigslist, the University Program Board, EMU Events, Harrisonburg Tourism and GoLookOn.

3 Responses to “H’burg Happenings – Late November”

  1. linz says:

    The photo montage is impressive. Thanks for including it.

  2. finnegan says:

    Yeah, I’d love to see more multi-media stuff like that in the area. I want podcasts, but I don’t have the time to do them.

  3. evandyson says:

    I appreciate you visiting the breeze and linking my show. we’re working towards new ways to reach our audience in the local community. there should be more like it in the future. thanks again.

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