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Features


A Label of Love, by Greg Wetherford

Virginia's independent music labels stay alive in a chaotic industry with a simple strategy—they only make the music they love. 


Cult of Cuisine, by Caroline Kettlewell

Have you heard? Virginia is officially a foodie destination. But what does that mean, and how did we get here? Inside the new food culture.


Virginia Weddings, by Valerie Hubbard

Stunning real weddings from around the state, plus Top Wedding Vendors 2016, our exclusive list of more than 600 of the state's best wedding professionals!

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Upfront


The Art of Giving, by Erin Parkhurst

Jim and Fran McGlothlin's collection of 19th- and 20th-century American art, including works by John Singer Sargent and William Merritt Chase, is the gift of a lifetime for the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.


Snap Judgement, by Caroline Kettlewell

What the eastern snapping turtle lacks in personality it makes up for in persistence.


Snow Power, by Taylor Pilkington

Wintergreen's mammoth snowmaking machine.


Books for Cooks, by Whitney Pipkin

Lovingston leads the farm-to-brew movement.


New Direction, by Rebecca J. Ritzel

Alex Levy's vision for 1st Stage Theatre.

Departments


Profile | Mountain Magic, by Paula Ann Kirby

Julie Bryce shares the story of how, 50 years ago, she and her husband Pete transformed Bryce Mountain Resort from a summer-only retreat into a four-season destination. 


Design | Irvington Modern, by Taylor Pilkington

Form and function meet in the expressive, unornamented designs of architect Randall Kipp.


Food | Play Your Hand, by Tracey Love

Recipes for stylish small bites, including pastrami-wrapped beef tenderloin, fried oysters with pickled green tomato, chocolate-dipped potato chips and more. With photography by Fred Turko.


Travel | Marvelous Malta, by Dean King

Make Malta your next stop in the souther Meditteranean, where antiquity's heroes, medieval knights and modern leaders have converged on its sun-splashed shores.


Retirement Living | Nobody Does It Better, by Phaedra Hise

Meet five retirees who are bringing top-of-their-game skills to second careers and redefining what it means to age gracefully.

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