The work of Slovakia-born, Falls Church-based fine art conservator Katja Gibson. more


With a 2016 Tony Award nomination for her role in one of Broadway’s hottest shows, singer and actress Adrienne Warren’s star is on the rise. more

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With her Chromat fashion label, Becca McCharen is reimagining what clothing is capable of. more


Composer Mason Bates combines the old and new to create something utterly unique. more


Rising star and Mechanicsville native Bud Weber brings rare humility to Broadway. more


Despite 16 bestselling books, last year’s hit film Big Stone Gap and a slew of successful TV shows, author Adriana Trigiani says she has only just begun. more

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Legendary Look magazine photographer Robert Lerner on the golden age of photojournalism. more

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With "No Burden," Lucy Dacus is going places. more


D.C. designer Tashia Senn made her mark with remarkable speed. more


Arlington prodigy Margot MacDonald's musical mélange. more


Jewelry designer Elizabeth Locke imbues her work with mystery and mysticism. more


Finding fact from folklore in the art of historical cartographer Eugene Scheel. more


Virginia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce CEO and founder Michel Zajur builds bridges between communities. more


Power lifter and YouTube sensation Maxx Chewning waxes on Internet stardom, food and living the fit life. more

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Illustration by Neal Iwan

A look back at Morattico’s Edwin “Junior” Barrack and other salty dogs like him: doing the hard work on the water that brings crunchy soft shells to dining tables. more


Lynn Easton and Dean Porter Andrews have built a luxury hospitality group one exquisite detail at a time. more

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Westover, Shirley and Berkeley plantations are living links to our country’s history, but these Colonial-era James River estates are also home to generations of three extraordinary families. The story of a deep and unique friendship. more

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The yearly Montpelier races are a great time to remember Marion du Pont Scott—the first lady of American turf racing. more


Cyrus McCormick

Illustration by Tyler Darden,

Lots of people made and sold reapers in the 19th century—but McCormick made his more efficient than anybody’s. By Mary Miley Theobald more


Mary Johnston turned from a hugely successful writer of turn-of-the-century historical romances into an ardent champion of women’s rights. She also built a huge Colonial Revival estate in Warm Springs that reflects her independent streak. more


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