February 2008 issue


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We kick off the new year with a little urban edge. The January/February 2008 issue of Virginia Living has feature stories on the often provocative theater scene in Arlington (the cover story) along with downtown Norfolk's "miracle" turnaround. We take a fun look at a Motley's antique auction in Richmond, profile gospel singer Maggie Ingram and tour two great houses--a beach home in Croatan and a classic Tudor mansion in Roanoke (once the home of southwest Virginia's garden club). Our fashion feature is smashing--literally. Winter comfort food, Italian dining, arts, books: It's all in the latest issue of Virginia Living.

It’s time to sweeten in-season bitter greens with citrus, to connect with that neighbor and his deer haunch in his freezer, to spice up an old favorite and tart up another. Read more


The Art of Zen

Tyler Darden

Mindful gardening yields a serene retreat in Hanover. Walk slowly, and contemplate. Read more

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Singing Ain't Enough

Casey Templeton

Maggie Ingram is one the best gospel singers in America—and one of Virginia’s best-kept secrets. An ordained minister with a commanding stage (and church) presence, she cares as much about the message as the music. It’s time to testify. Read more

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Charles McRaven is an old-fashioned builder Read more

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Ethiopia is isolated and peculiar—and the perfect place for a family adventure. Read more


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