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Christine Ennulat

Virginia Living's Associate Editor

Wanting to reconnect with cooking, caterer Tuffy Stone leaped into the weird and wonderful world of competition barbecue. more

Food

A Carolina bug on the Virginia stage. more

Culture

In northern Virginia, two generations of one family built upon and preserved a 200-year-old legacy, creating a home where the landscape is the heart of the matter. And always will be. more

House + Garden

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Robert Meganck

Good or bad, sassafras is powerful stuff. more

Culture

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Photography by Kip Dawkins, food styling by J Frank, prop styling by Tyler Darden

… or a Christmas carol mash-up in which we fight nuts with nuts. more

Food

A pot of hearty food, nicely seasoned and bubbling away in the kitchen, goes a long way toward warming winter nights. more

Food

No Cranks - Feature

Photography by Patricia Lyons | Food styling by J Fran

Our first and third presidents, Virginians both, were ice cream pioneers. You can be, too: The homemade summer miracle is back, sans the elbow grease. more

Food

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Robert Meganck

A remarkable mammal with an apt name more

Culture

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Roger Foley

Landscape architect Richard Arentz didn't just build a country retreat in Fauquier County. Running Cedar is his serene "personal environment." more

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Robert Meganck

Spring beauty signifies spring, with a nod to early Virginia botanist John Clayton more

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Illustration by Robert Meganck

Busy rodents make their mark more

Culture

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Kip Dawkins

A seasonal sugary snack more

Food

Snake Mistake - Feature

Illustration: Robert Meganck

Look before you shoot more

Culture

A Fondness for the Grape

Scott Baldwin

A wine-themed exhibit features historic silver, glass and maps—some of the latter related to Thomas Jefferson’s 1787 tour of France’s wine country more

Culture

Manatee or Myth - Feature

Robert Meganck

See sea cows by the sea shore - sometimes. more

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Hallowed Ground Feature

Roger Foley

A succession of families has gotten their hands dirty at Oak Hill Farm, the estate of James Monroe, but it fell to the current owners to turn 3.5 acres of sprawling potential into a showplace. more

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Robert Meganck

Know your blood-sucking parasites. more

Culture

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MARTHA GRAHAM, LETTER TO THE WORLD (KICK), © BARBARA MORGAN ARCHIVES, COURTESY CHRYSLER MUSEUM

Minds Wide Open is a statewide extravaganza aimed at promoting the arts. With more than 630 separate events, there is plenty to see. more

Culture

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Kip Dawkins

Sweet twists on the simplest summer fruits. more

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Kenmore

Courtesy of the Garden Club of Virginia

The Garden Club of Virginia gets things done. For nearly eight decades, its Historic Garden Week has helped to revive properties both celebrated and forgotten. more

House + Garden

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