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Monday, May 21st, 2018

One Hard Working Utility Van Retires

David Hall’s 1966 Ford Econoline Supervan has been many things: a paint van, a dollhouse, a way to get to the beach for vacation, a motorcycle hauler. It has been in the Hall family since it was new, but it didn’t become David’s as soon as he would have liked. When Hall’s Uncle Ray, the

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Monday, May 21st, 2018

Natural Bridge Steps up to State Park Status

It’s hard to believe what now looms 215 feet above Cedar Creek and a well-traversed pedestrian walkway was likely the subterranean roof of a cave. Natural Bridge, once a sacred site of the Native American Monacan tribe,...

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Monday, May 21st, 2018

An Experiment in Art & Science

It would seem that popularity knows no bounds. When at one time you wouldn’t think to link Virginia with wine, now, with nearly 300 wineries and counting, it’s almost like the Commonwealth is sitting back, feet up,...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Out of the Ashes

  Text by Joanne M. Anderson  |  Photography by Kristie Lea Photography There are many reasons for buying a certain house, and a best friend across the street is one that prompted Catherine Breske and her late...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Spiral Stone Staircases

  Text by Joanne M. Anderson  |  Photos by Kristie Lea Photography Some 20 years ago, David Conroy built a fireplace for Jimmy Tannahill’s parents, Jim and Lori Tannahill. About 10 years ago, Jimmy, owner of Tannahill...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Keeping A Decorated . . . Home While Raising Littles

Text by Astleigh Hill   Whether the holiday season is in full swing or it’s the transition from winter to spring, a home is a place to express personal style and taste with decorative touches. From a...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Handmade Gateways to Magic . . . Little Free Library’s story sharing mission

Text by Nancy S. Moseley   Chances are you’ve probably seen one, because … they’re everywhere: a random neighborhood street corner, a shelf at your local coffee shop, a box at your favorite park, a basket at...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

Finding the Story is the Heart of Marketing

Text by Nancy S. Moseley  |  Photos by Silver Pebble Photography   It almost sounds like the beginning of a bad joke: What do a police officer and CEO of a marketing company have in common? For...

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Tuesday, March 6th, 2018

One in a Million Man . . . Danny Yopp

“Danny Yopp is one in a million,” says Neal Turner, emergency services coordinator for Montgomery County and lifelong friend of Danny Yopp. “The man is just always there. When the call goes off, you are waiting on...

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Monday, March 5th, 2018

The Lyric

The first year of the Great Depression, 1930, was a tough year in America for many people, though there were a few whimsical kinds of events and inventions. A.A. Milne signed the first literary character licensing agreement...

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