April 2004

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Dos Passos, by Ryan Croxton, Jake Denton

The noted author, and his life on Virginia's Northern Neck. While he is no longer a household name, his literary reputation is very much alive.

Plantation Escapes, by Beth Sutton, Ann Cochran, Elizabeth Cogar

Cozy weekends on some of the greatest farms of Virginia, from Stratford Hall to Toddsbury to Goodstone. Plus, a roundup of guesthouses.

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An Afghani in Virginia, by Jake Denton

Soldier who fought Taliban now living on peninsula.

Life at Green Spring, by Jo Ann M. Hofheimer

Notable's Fairfax home.

Bread Winner, by Beth O'Leary

For Billy Fallen, life is all about making dough.

WGH Makes 75, by Don Harrison

AM 1310 led fleet in World's Greatest Harbour.

Studio Makes Tracks, by Garry Kranz

Recording house draws big-name and regional acts.


Food | Happy as a Clam, by Curtis D. Badger

How to tackle the wonderful world of the clam. Plus, a very tasty recipe that includes an irresistible dollop of bacon grase.

Design | Nine on the Lawn, by Sally Brown

UVA architecture dean's home on The Lawn.

Towns | Lynchburg's Alive, by Laura Parsons

The most delightful hill town in Virginia gets even better with new restaurants and new life downtown.

Property | Modern History at Robin Hill, by Laura Parsons

A house that comes to Virginia by way of France and Poland.

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