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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Cooking at Home is the New Going Out

When I see Jud Flynn, he’s not dressed in chef’s whites, black and white houndstooth pants and the distinctive toque blanche (white hat) of the award-winning executive chef that he is. He is more likely wearing jeans, work boots and a plaid shirt, operating JD or Big Blue with an 800-pound round bale of hay

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Brick Road Drama Camp . . . day camp for special needs kids

You know the not-so-old saw now: There’s an app for that! In the old days, kids went to summer day camp for swimming, crafts and assorted activities. Now there are day camps for dance, cheerleading, technology, bugs,...

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Wednesday, May 11th, 2022

Montgomery Museum of Art and History

Formerly known as the Montgomery Museum and Lewis Miller Regional Art Center and perched behind Montgomery County Courthouse on Pepper Street since circa 1980, the Montgomery Museum of Art and History went through a rebranding about four...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

When Curiosity Takes You Home

It was simple curiosity, along with a career in the housing industry, that brought Cassidy Jones and her family to their unusual home. “We actually lived down the street when this house came on the market,” she...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

Tom & Christy Wallace ~ Real Estate Photographers

Google “real estate photography classes,” and you will find 2.8 million results. “Real estate photography courses” will net you 1.5 billion results (yes, that is billion!) Why the huge interest in taking pictures of real estate? The...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

Putting Home Style “In Focus”

Mary Kate Gaines’ first bedroom style makeover occurred when she was in first grade. “My bedroom was my happy place,” she recalls, “and even at a young age I had an opinion of what I wanted it...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

Under Cover: keeping a canopy of trees happy, healthy and hardy

Some trees are famous enough to be named. There’s the “Keffer Oak,” commanding a section of the Appalachian Trail just east of Route 42 in Newport. Virginia Tech maintains a Big Tree Registry, documenting the largest trees...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

World Wide Education . . . from pen and paper to keys and screens

“Mystery at the Dinosaur Museum Escape Room” “Essay Writing for High School” “The Magical World of Fungi Part 2″ “What’s in Your Brain?” Above are a few of the classes found on Outschool.com, one of the leading...

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

Wally Thrasher: NRV’s Elusive Treetop Flyer

Born on June 27, 1940, Pulaski native Wallace “Wally” Thrasher had Hollywood good looks and the charisma to match. The blue-eyed bandit stood a sinewy six-foot-two inches tall and was elusive on the Pulaski Cougars football field....

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Monday, March 21st, 2022

Ultimately, The Gift of Time

You know the old saw: Some people see the glass half empty and others view it as half full. Such was the case with an old heap of a car with no windows which sat in the...

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