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February 2004

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Features


Virginia's Ringling, by Joan Tupponce

The circus is coming to town - actually it is always in town with Kenneth Feld and Virginia-based Feld Entertainment.


Vintage Boar's Head, by Jo Ann M. Hofheimer

The Charlottesville resort is offering up weekends of wine and culinary education.

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Upfront


In the World Arena, by John Toivonen

Vienna never saw such a soccer coach.


Mediterranean Fight, by Thomas Prunier

The first war on terror?


Potato Chips, Family Made, by Alexandra Walker

Sarah Cohen presides over the smallest potato chip operation in Amerca: Route 11 Potato Chips.


Northern Diamondback Terrapin, by Emily Grey

Buffaloes of the bay were once tasty soup delicacy.


Nick's Carried Away, by Elizabeth Cogar

Neon compass rose points to heaven.

Departments


Travel | Panhandle with Care, by Deveron Timberlake

Florida's west is getting to be rather spiffy.


Beauty | No Shack, this is Sugar House, by Ann Cochran

Sweet pampering at Alexandria's Sugar House, the day spa.


Food | Honey, It's Mead, by Deveron Timberlake

Yes, that mead from the middle ages, in Virginia.


Towns | Petersburg's Easy-to-Find Revival, by Peter Barton

A visit to the former home of Kool cigarettes, a town coming into its own again.


Food | Chef of State, by Deveron Timberlake

The governor has a chef of note. Plus recipes.

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