August 2004 Issue


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Take a trip back in time in the August 2004 issue—to Hull’s Drive-In theater, or to the antebellum beauty of Waynesboro’s Fairfax Hall, or to Chincoteague’s traditional pony round-up. Rock out to a variety of music, from folk to classical at the Orkney Springs Shenandoah Valley Music Festival, and learn the tricks of the trade from Afton banjo makers. Soak away your worries in Virginia’s healing waters, check out Virginia’s version of Louis Vuitton, discover Shakespeare in Williamsburg and go wild at Virginia Beach in this end-of-summer celebration issue.


Jay Paul

She’s got no time for Blarney. Ann Cochran’s visit to the Emerald Isle is all spas, horses and castles. Read more



Photography by Kip Dawkins | Styling by Neely Barnwell Dykshorn

Stay cool this summer with a Thai-inspired salad. Read more



Photography by Kip Dawkins | Styling by Neely Barnwell Dykshorn

In August, there’s no reason to heat up the kitchen. TINA GOMES BRAND shares tips for elegant midsummer entertaining, away from the stove. Read more



Robert Meganck

First in spring, last in autumn Read more


Remembering Fairfax Hall Read more

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