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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Brick Oven Pizza + Dessert

When you go out to eat and are tempted to start with dessert first, Brick House Pizza is a wonderful place to do this. Hold that thought. Serving up pizza since its founding in 1972, this West Main Street establishment in Radford changed hands and names four years ago. Jeff and Diana Dobbins purchased the

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Handmades from the Heart

Early Christians adopted the peacock as a symbol of Christ’s resurrection because it sheds its feathers each year to grow new ones. Not only that, but the many eyes of a peacock’s feathers are said to represent...

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Keeping Kids Safe Online

These days, there are fewer and fewer kids playing in the streets, darting from house to house, riding bikes or playing at the park by themselves. It seems that in our efforts to keep kids safe, we...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Bud Foster . . . His Work, Outlook, Life and Lunch Pail

It’s his 32nd season coaching Virginia Tech football, and Bud Foster says there is only one thing missing from his storybook career: A “three-finger” national championship ring. “I want that gaudy piece of jewelry after everything we...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Pil Seung Tae Kwon Do

  Text by Joanne M. Anderson Photos by Kristie Lea Photography He’s a farmer, a friend, a teacher, a dad, entrepreneur, husband, son and more. For Rupert Cox, the lines blur between his jobs and responsibilities. He...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

The LaSalle Automobile . . . never a Cadillac

Text by Karl H. Kazaks  |  Photos by Tom Wallace In Pulaski, faraway times are not forgotten at the Raymond F. Ratcliffe Transportation Museum. The museum’s artifacts are small and large – ranging in size from a...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Tuning in to People local musician uses harp music to heal

Pop-culturally, harp music tends to cue up an upcoming dream sequence. The lights soften, the visuals swirl, and we’re transported to fantasyland. When Kirsti Kaldro of Bridge Kaldro Music in Christiansburg first encountered a harp, it was,...

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Thursday, September 6th, 2018

Dinner Time at the Retirement Home

Baby boomers have always been the pig in the python, refashioning the culture and environment around them. In the early ’60s, it was an increase in building elementary schools for them; in the ’70s, it was the...

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Wednesday, September 5th, 2018

The Snugly Proportional English Cottage

When thinking about retirement, many folks have the “some day” approach, knowing that “some day” they’ll move – maybe to a warmer climate, closer to family, into a smaller space, all of the above. Philo and Ellen...

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Monday, July 16th, 2018

Relaxed Lake Living

“Our idea of lake living is relaxed, not formal,” states Greg Rooker. “So the house had to have an open, airy feel to it along with lots of windows to take advantage of the 3 1/2-mile view...

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