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. more

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The Art of Zen

Tyler Darden

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

Jan 21, 2011 10:49 AM Home

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. more

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Charles McRaven is an old-fashioned builder more

Jan 12, 2011 10:13 AM Home 1 Comments

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

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