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PAGE RIP SMITH According to Smith, especially violent or troublesome Trans-Allegheny Luna- tic Asylum patients could be placed in "seclusion rooms." All aboutApple butter'. Every Columbus Day weekend since 1974, Berke- ley Springs has put homemade apple butter front and center, and this year's free Apple Butter Festival likely will again draw thousands of visitors. The fun starts with a kickoff parade at 10 a.m. Saturday and continues with live mu- sic, an art and crafts show, food vendors, sidewalk sales, special restaurant deals, plus old-fashioned contests in hog calling, egg tossing and more. The fun continues through 5 p.m. Sunday. For more details, go online to www. or find Apple Butter Festival, VVV on Facebook. Game time:Antelope pastrami, wild boar goulash, roasted rabbit, searedpheasant, elk, venison and other unusual fare all are part of the Wild Game Festival, a Bavarian Inn tradition that dates back three decades. To see the full menu and get other details on Shepherdstown's famed inn, go to the Ba- varian's website, or connect with the Bavarian on Facebook. Photos from 250th. Images from a new, limited-edition book highlighting Shep- herdstown's 250th birthday celebra- tion will go on display at 5:30 p.m. Sat- urday at the opening reception at The Bridge Gallery at 8566 Shepherdstown Pike: Copies of the book also will be for sale. Shepherd University professor Ben- ita Keller,directed the project, which in- cludes photographs by Krista Healy, Deb- orah Westphal, Heidi Geraci, Stephen Schaefer, Kristian Thacker, Carl Schultz, Amanda Hamlin and Sue Silver. Satur- day's reception ends at 7:30 p.m., but the exhibit runs through Oct. 28. For details on the Jefferson County Photography Project, go toFacebook, jeffersoncounty- or contact Benita Keller at benitakellerphoto2000@yahoo. com. For more on the exhibition, co'ntact Kathryn Burns at gallery (304-866-2300 or A ...1 J-xsylumin Montgomery County, Md. FROM PAGE B12 "You see peeling paint and other interesting textures. Panhandle after visiting Me- Because usually there's no Dowell County near the Ken- electricity in these buildings, tucky border to explore a pho- what you see you see by so tography project on population the light coming in through loss in southern West Virginia. windows. Visually, there's "I saw this sign on 1-79 for just a lot for a photographer historic asylum tours," Smith to work with." said. "I'd read about this place, On Saturday, Smith will but once I saw this absolute- be at the gallery at 108 N. ly huge building - four stories George St. in Charles Town tall, so wide, close to a quar- from 6 to 8 p.m. for an open- ter-mile long - I knew I had ing reception and book sign- to make a project out of it. I ing that's free and open to the ended up taking the tour and public. getting some images I liked "Asylum" also may be enough that I postponed my viewed during the gallery's McDowell County project and regular hours, noon to 5 p.m. came back four more times to Wednesdays through Sun- take photographs and conduct days. Visitors also can check interviews." out Smith's companion book, Another of Smith's recent which includes more than 40 projects found beauty in long- images from Weston plus in- abandoned homesteads in formation from his interviews North Dakota. Like with those as well as details on the hos- structures, the emptiness of the pital's history. Weston hospital makes for an For more on the exhibition, arresting subject, go to the Washington Street "Like a lot of photographers, Fallery at www.wstreet- I'm fascinated by abandoned, contact Smith places, old places," explains (304-596-0873 or sterlingim- Smith, who grew up in D.C. or visit and settled in Martinsburg in Smith's website, www.ster- 2002 after decades of living WVUH-East welcomes Nyagon Duany, MD to the Jefferson University Orthopaedics Memorial Hospital Medical Staff. Dr. Duany will be practicing and Sports Medicine at University Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. 201 East Fifth Avenue, Suite 2 Ranson, WV 25438 304.725.BONE (2663) For more information, call our Physician & Services Referral Line WVU[ IS 1.888.WVU.1DOC. CatchTHE NEw For your convenience, the Spirit of Jefferson newspaper is available for purchase at the following locations in . Dollar General-- Inwood . ROC'S-- !nwood CO% OFFnn Palos & Off Thank Pumpkins Gourds Fall Mums Fall Pansies Flowering Cabbage Kale Straw Much More! Route 45, On therdstown Bypass Mon - Sunday 10-5 You for shopping at Potomac Farms Nursery/ ...... Like us on facebook for special discounts & announcements ~ ~, IL I