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December 2012

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Features


The Little City That Could, Daryl Grove

Roanoke may be a small city, but it is a can-do place where people turn problems into possibilities.


Sporting Honor, by Clarke C. Jones

The traditional driven pheasant shoot is all about sportsmanship, etiquette and respect for the birds.

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Upfront


Man of Letters, by Alison Bonaguro

best-selling Virginia author David Baldacci and his ongoing quest to help America learn the read.


It's No Looker, by Caroline Kettlewell

But Virginians should be proud to call the Eastern hellbender our own.


Nonagenarian News, by Bland Crowder

Paper's first-ever reader makes a surprise return to town.


Righting Wrongs, by Bill Glose

One newsman confronts his past as he fights to cleae a suspected murderer's name.


Invisible Hand, by Don Harrison

Sing along with the band that rocks the "Hook."


A Touch of Glass, by Sarah Sargent

The new Chihuly exhibit at the VFMA promises to dazzle visitors.

Departments


Profile | Charged with Art, by Erin Parkhurst

Bill and Pam Royall of Richmond are leading the way in the #32 million capital campaign to build VCU's highly anticipated Institute for Contemporary Art. 


Virginiana | Pilgrim's Pride, by Ben Swenson

Think the first thanksgiving happened in the Northeast? Think again The first English-speaking observance of thanksgiving occured in 1619, on the site of what is now Berkeley Plantation.


Dining | Ched d'Ivoire, by Lisa Antonelli Bacon

Chef Morou Ouattara has carved a niche for himself in the upscale D.C. restaurant market and continues to expand his culinary turf.


Food | Morniong Glory, by Lisa Antonelli Bacon

With a little greenery for table dressing, a holdiay breakfast brings together all the flavors and fragrances redolent of seasons past.


Travel | A Christmas Story, by Kimberley Lovato

An evening at the Brussels Christmas Market restores the spirit of the seaosn for a self-confessed Scrooge.

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