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Thursday, January 17th, 2019

A Barn, China and Steak

Lucky is the groom who has a bride with simple requests. The family farm’s barn for the venue. Mismatched thrift store china for dishes. Steak at the reception. Kent Firestone is that fortunate man who met Sarah Grace Kenley in a Virginia Tech parking lot. They dated for five years, and he grasped the barn

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Thursday, January 17th, 2019

The Fleming Family Home Building Project

As their home state of Florida began to lose its unique appeal, along with the rural landscapes they once cherished, Paul and Linda Fleming decided to move. “We chose the New River Valley for its natural beauty,...

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Southside Garden Club

Text by Joanne M. Anderson Photos by Kristie Lea Photography   The members of Southside Garden Club are serious folks. Serious about gardening, garden shows, trading seeds and ideas, touring local gardens, friendship, having fun and much...

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Local father/son artists create connections through painting

More often than not, a monumental moment in time isn’t marked with bells, whistles or a hallelujah chorus. When a destined life path is discovered, sometimes it’s something more subtle or simple like, say, crayons. “My mother...

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Remembering Virginia’s Pioneer Spirit

It is July of 1619 in Jamestown. The first General Assembly is preparing to meet. A council appointed by the Virginia Company, Governor George Yeardley and a new group composed of two male representatives from each of...

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Wednesday, January 16th, 2019

Breathe in Portland, Maine

The minute we drove over the bridge into downtown I closed my eyes and breathed in the heavy salt air. There was no mistaking it. That harbor fish smell mixed with the scent of food frying and...

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

A Christmas Home . . . with the Hill Family

The halls are decked, the aroma of balsam mingles in the air, and the fireplace glows underneath the stockings. Little feet patter across hardwood floors, and laughter resonates off the walls of our 1950s ranch. It’s easily...

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Wednesday, November 14th, 2018

Joba Design Acquires Blue Mobius

Perhaps two hearts are better than one. Somewhere there’s a cocktail napkin supporting a glass of champagne that promises as much. It’s especially true when those two hearts also possess tenacious entrepreneurial spirits and a penchant for...

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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...

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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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