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December 2014

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Features


Imperial Treasures, by Daryl Grove

Will the VMFA's landmark exhibit, "Forbidden City: Imperial Treausures from the Palace Museum, Beijing," chnage the face of Sino-American relations?


Made in Virginia Awards

Celebrating Virginia craftsmanship and ingenuity in sport, home, style, food and drink. Meet the winners!


Virginia Vissionaries, by Caroline Kettlewell

Meet six Virginians who show us no goal is ever too large to attempt, no need impossible to fill. 


Hospitals & Healthcare 2014

A special supplement featuring trends in patient care and technology in Virginia's top hospitals!

In Every Issue


Letters | Contributors | Natives | Reviews | Style | Bellwether | About TownOdd Dominion | Departures

Upfront


Point of Departure, by Joan Tupponce

Hollywood screenwriter and director Randall Wallace turns his attention homeward for his latest project, a Civil War-era television drama set and filmed in Virginia.


Half-Shell Shock, by Caroline Kettlewell

The heyday of the Chesapeake Bay oyster.


Hunt Country, by Greg Weatherford

Blackthron & Brook introduces Virginia to its luxury English riding holidays.


Cider Week Rules, by Eden Stuart

It's simple. All cider, all week.


Riding Roughshodby Greg Weatherford

Virginia Cyclocross goes off-road.

Departments


Events | Around the State

Our picks for the most interesting goings-on this season.


Virginiana | A Taste of History, by Greg Weatherford

For 90 years, Sally Bell's Kitchen in Richmond has made food the old-fashioned way--by hand.


Food | The Art of the Cocktail Party, by Lisa Antonelli Bacon

Like the trumpet that trills above a melody, food is the flourish that makes the evening memorable.


Travel | Fashion Forward Florence, by Carrie Nieman Culpepper

A sartorial-inspired sojourn in Italy's original fashion capital where a new guard of designers is carving its own niche.


Property | There and Back Again, by Meridith Ingram

Normandy, a spectacular home on Carter's Creek, tells the story of a lifetime.

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