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December 2003

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Features


Paul Ebert, by Scott Deckman

An interview with the newsmaking Commonwealth's Attorney of Prince William.


Cruising Norfolk, by Garland Pollard

For years, Hampton Roads has sought service from cruise lines. In 2004, it finally happened. Careful what you wish for.


New Nutcracker, by Neely Barnwell Spruill

The Richmond Ballet puts on a mega-spectacular each Christmas. This year, the state favorite gets even better.

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Upfront


Nashville Hitmaker, by Joan Tupponce

Virginia's still in Phil Vassar.


U-2 Legacy Lives, by Jake Denton

Fairfax warms up to Cold War Museum.


Ornaments Without Ornament, by Susan Dean Elzey

Christmas trees grow in Danville.


Boards Brewed from Dublin, by Karis Trumbo

Guinness woodwork is bottom of barrel.


Hey, Kids, Let's Put on a Showby Laura Parsons

A Cape Charles theater revival.

Departments


Travel | Great Scot, by Jim Wamsley

It's a PerryGolf golf cruise in Scotland.


Food | Tasty Tidings of the Season, by Phaedra Hise

Ring or go online for the tastiest food from around the state.


Virginiana | At the Miller & Rhoads Museum, by Neely Barnwell Spruill

For over 100 years, Miller & Rhoads and Thalhimers were the center of a particular Virginia style of fashion.


Towns | Alexandria Bustles Anew, by Tracey Edgerly Meloni

While any time's a good time, holiday time is the best time to visit Alexandria.


Sport | A Primland Primer, by Clarke Jones, Tom Prunier

This Southwest Virginia outdoors resort has long and colorful history dating to colonial times.

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