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December 2018 Issue

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In the December issue of Virginia Living, we offer eight recipes for warm and cozy holiday meals featuring game meats, set with the backdrop of Dover Hall, an English-style Tudor castle in Manakin-Sabot. We learn about the history of the Old Dominion Barn Dance, a popular country radio program that originated in Richmond in the 1940s. We meet Suze Eblen and Amy Whyte, owners of the vintage hip Old Lucketts Store in Leesburg, and we take a look at VCU’s new Institute of Contemporary Art in Richmond that is pushing artistic boundaries with its thought-provoking exhibits. In our cover story, we visit the Valentine’s family retreat in Bath County, featuring contemporary design with natural accents. Plus, meet the 22 winners of our Made in Virginia Awards and check out our Top Hospital Awards in our annual Hospitals & Health Care supplement, recognizing over 40 hospitals for excellence in patient care. Pick up your December 2018 issue today!

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Culture

The Old Dominion Barn Dance is still raising a ruckus. Read more

Virginiana

Meet the down-to-earth curators of Virginia’s vintage look. Read more

Culture

Comfort food, straight from the Black Forest. Read more

Food

Richmond’s Institute for Contemporary Arts strives to create a permanent impression through temporary exhibits. Read more

Culture

VCU Health’s Dr. Chandra Bhati first on East Coast to use robotic-assisted surgery for kidney transplants. Read more

Health

News, notes, and developments in the world of Virginia hospitals and healthcare. Read more

The Daily Post

22 quality products created with pride, passion, and a commitment to craftsmanship. Read more

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22 quality products created with pride, passion, and a commitment to craftsmanship. Read more

Culture

22 quality products created with pride, passion, and a commitment to craftsmanship. Read more

Culture

22 quality products created with pride, passion, and a commitment to craftsmanship. Read more

Culture

22 quality products created with pride, passion, and a commitment to craftsmanship. Read more

Culture

Flex robot gives Sentara doctors access to hard-to-reach throat cancers. Read more

Health

Upcoming events at Dover Hall. Read more

The Daily Post

Familiar risks are the most serious—and the most preventable. Read more

The Daily Post

Passy-Muir valve restores speech to young patient at Lake Taylor Transitional Care Hospital. Read more

Health

Virginia’s longleaf pine had all but disappeared, but efforts are underway to restore the forests. Read more

The Daily Post

The Compleat Surveyor makes its way to Mount Vernon. Read more

The Daily Post

New program for diabetics offers free nutrition classes and fresh produce from the hospital’s farm. Read more

Health

Richmond exhibition explores one man’s relationship with the James River. Read more

The Daily Post

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