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Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Blacksburg Chinese School

Text by Jennifer Poff Cooper Photos courtesy of Blacksburg Chinese School When Chinese school started in Blacksburg, some of its current younger teachers were not even born. The school recently celebrated its 35th anniversary, the culmination of seeds planted decades ago in the dining room of Virginia Tech architecture professor Joseph Wang, Ph.D. The motivation

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Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Back to School with “Tears and Cheers”

“Tears and Cheers” are common for moms when a child starts kindergarten ~ tears for the moment of separation from a little one who it seems was but a babe in arms yesterday; cheers for the new...

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Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Barbecue with Faith, Passion and Love

Text by Sheila Nelson Photos by Always and Forever Photography P.J. Slaughter’s earliest kitchen memories include playing with his mother’s pots and pans on the kitchen floor and his first cooking experience with eggs in a microwave....

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

A Week in Italy

There isn’t another country in Europe quite like it. Italy is a land of dreamers who produce creative ideas that come alive. “You can have the universe, if I can have Italy,” the famous Italian composer Giuseppe...

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Wednesday, May 13th, 2015

Dancing in the Sunlight

Flowers in all the gardens not only give us something beautiful to view, smell and enjoy, but also they have a greater ecological purpose. Flowers and herbs attract humans as well as beneficial insects. The addition of...

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Monday, March 30th, 2015

Horses, Bullets and Flowers

There doesn’t seem to have been a time in the life of Jeni Benos when she wasn’t shaping horses out of whatever material was handy – clay, metal, wire. “I’ve always been 3-D inclined,” states the 30-something...

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Monday, September 15th, 2014

The Beamer Coaches

If you lined up 30 men, you could easily pick out father-son Frank-Shane Beamer by the wide, brown eyes, similar face structure and friendly countenances. They both smile easily and maintain an approachable personality. They both take...

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Monday, June 16th, 2014

Lyme Disease 101

By Karl Kazaks “I’d like to check you for ticks,” is not just a memorable line from a catchy Brad Paisley tune. It also contains great advice for preventing Lyme disease, the bacterial infection transmitted by tick bites which is becoming...

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Monday, June 16th, 2014

The Extremes of India

By Krisha Chachra   The minute you walk off the plane in India, it hits you. An overwhelming assault on your sense: the smells, the colors, the heat, the noise. With a billion people, the world’s largest democracy...

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Monday, March 17th, 2014

Swinging through the Forest

Be it the stuff of legend or one man’s imagination, swinging through the trees has morphed into adventure activities drawing people of all ages and skills. Sky bridges, canopy tours, zip lines, hanging vines, ropes and aerial...

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