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June 2004

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Features


Miss Virginia, by Maggie Wolff Peterson

Each June, thousands gather in Roanoke to pick Virginia's entry into the Miss America Pageant. A history of Miss Virginia, with pictures through the years.


Moonshine and the ABC, by William Cocke, Laura Parsons

The history of moonshine runs from the beginning of Virginia to today. Plus, a history of that unique icon of Virginia retail, the ABC Store.

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Upfront


Fairfax Trailways Museum, by Maggie Wolff Peterson

Leave the memorabilia to us.


Richmond's Heart & Soul, by Ames Arnold

AM Oldies stations succeeds.


Manitou Restoration, by Lisa Oliver

Restoring piece of Camelot in Deltaville.


Assassin Back Again on Stage, by Raoul Benoit

Booth found celebrity before notoriety.


Medical Hsitory's Home Near MCV, by Lisa Antonelli Bacon

Physician academy dates to 1820.

Departments


Travel | Pakistan's Silk Road, by Tricia Pearsall

A beautiful mountain country far different than our image gleaned from TV.


Sport | Behind the Scenes at the Upperville Horse Show, by Pam Oldham

The oldest horse show in the nation.


Food | At the Trellis Test Kitchen, by Meg Woolfolk

Eating pounds and pounds of cake has become a Williamsburg tradition.


Design | Monumental Living, by Kate Andrews

A Monument Avenue house with a very special collection.


Towns | Manassas Wins Suburban Battle, by Pam Oldham

It's a town that everyone discounted, but it's coming back.

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