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    Now Showing

    Their numbers may have dwindled, but some of Virginia’s classic drive-in theaters have answered the digital drumbeat and are making a stand against the mighty multiplex. more

    Jul 8, 2013


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    Into the Wild

    Experience the ancient art of falconry. more

    Jan 13, 2017


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    The Heart of Fredericksburg

    How will the growing and dynamic interplay of the arts, entrepreneurship, retail, dining and development change the future for this 300-year-old city? more

    Oct 17, 2016


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    Rob Scharetg

    Afton: Mountain, Myth, Legend

    Crossing Afton Mountain is like crossing the Mississippi, a divide between the east and west of Virginia. more

    Oct 30, 2014



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    Robb Scharetg

    The Little Busy Bee

    Honeybees are crucial to our environment as primary pollinators of plants, and scientists are scrambling to discover the causes of the recent decline in their numbers. One group might help to reverse the trend: beekeepers. more

    Mar 17, 2010



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    Sonoma of the South: Rappahannock County

    Welcome to Rappahannock County—a tranquil island in a sea of development. Residents and visitors laud its rural charm and sophisticated culture. The question is, can it stay this way? more

    Sep 18, 2009



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    Leap of Faith

    At 13,500 feet, Sara Jackson has to decide if this is her moment of truth, or just insanity. more

    Jun 14, 2013



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    Tyler Darden

    A League of Their Own

    The Virginia Squires, the Commonwealth's only professional sports franchise, will hold a reunion in Virginia Beach May 1 and 2. We take a look back at the team that produced Julius "Dr. J" Erving and other greats from the game. more

    Apr 7, 2014


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    Time to Leave

    Some one million people visit Shenandoah National Park annually, so clearly its creation in the 1930s has had a lasting impact. But it’s not as well known that some 500 families were forced to move off their land to make way for the park. more

    Nov 22, 2010



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    Adam Ewing

    No Holds Barred

    It’s a long, tough road to the WWE, but for Virginia’s pro wrestlers, the promise of glory isn’t the only thing that keeps them in the ring training and competing night after night, year after year. They just love the sport. more

    Mar 7, 2014

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    Into the Woods

    Summer is time for camp, and in Virginia, that tradition is as strong today as it was 100 years ago. A look at the enduring appeal of sunlit days and lake swims, archery and riding, cabin pranks and rousing choruses of “Little Bunny Foo Foo.” more

    May 1, 2015


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