April 2003

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Keely, Better than Ever, by Beatrice S. Richardson

The great jazz and swing artist Keely Smith, born and bred in World War II in Norfolk, has lost none of her appeal.

Nato's Norfolk Admiral, by Jo Ann M. Hofheimer

Ian Forbes, who commands NATO's U.S. operations from Norfolk, is leading change in an agency that is evolving by day. Plus, a guide to the 50th Anniversary of the Azalea Festival.

NOVA's Enduring Appeal, by Scott Deckman, Lora Engdahl, Tracey Edgerly Meloni, Ann Cochran

D.C.'s suburbs hold many secrets, both shopping and dining. Here's a start.

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S.S. United States Not Scrap Yet, by Garland Pollard

Virginia liner, pride of Newport News Shipbuilding, rusts away in Philly.

Tales of Two Hospitals, by Garland Pollard

Plus lighting Yorktown, Cousteau and fly fishing.

Virginia's Dino with Fins, by Christine Ennulat

Rare fish rarely evolves, but often a good ride.

Who's Sweeping Up? by Pat Thompson

Top Virginia local news teams. 

Behind the Baton: David Wileyby Cara Ellen Mondisset

Roanoke Maestro's long career began at age 5.


Food | Easter Egg Fun, by Henry L. Waller

Dipping Sauer-style makes a tasty quiche.

Restaurants | Williamsburg, by Meg Woolfolk

The eateries that aren't on the tourist maps.

Garden | Azalea Adviceby Sally Brown

Taking your azalea growing to the next level.

Sport | Steeplechase, by Ann Wright, Betsy di Julio

A primer on the upcoming horse racing season.

Travel | Mustang, by Tricia Pearsall

A gracious kingdom where you meet with the king.

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