Virginia Living kicks off 2007 with a nod to Virginia’s namesake virgin queen, Queen Elizabeth the First—in stunning photographs, couture jewelry and fashion from Virginia’s top retailers echo the Virginia of 400 years ago. Also, visit Wytheville’s Virginia City, a forgotten western Virginia theme park from the Gunsmoke era. Plus Leesburg, caramel and a fabulous home by the late Virginia Beach architect Lewis Right-Meyer, Virginia’s Frank Lloyd Wright. There’s also guide to Virginia’s great inns, with not only great accommodations but also some of the finest restaurants south of New York. And meet Daddy G—Gene Barge, one of the famed musicians from the era of the Norfolk sound, a time when 1960s soul flourished.
February 2007 Issue
Deep winter is the best time to plan for the spring season. And what better to look forward to than an heirloom garden? more
With no money, let alone a gym, Virginia Union basketball soared for five magical years. more
After 60 years in the forefront of rhythm and blues, soul, gospel and rock, tenor saxophone legend and Norfolk native Gene Barge keeps the music movin’ and groovin’. more
Remembering architect Lewis A. Rightmier more
The Virginia Beach house Shibui still echoes with the touch of architect Lewis Rightmier. more
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