June 2014

Archive - June 2014



To Hear & To Heal, by Joan Tupponce

Sentara's Music and Medicine c=Center in Norfolk is helping stroke and traumatic accident patients regain the power of speech one beat at a time.

Following the Line, by Aynsley Miller Fisher

Virginia Polo is a collegiate polo powerhouse, with 11 nationlal titles to the club's credit. A look inside the fast, furious and fashionable sport of kings.

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Coal Miner's Daughter, by Joe Tennis

Country music up-and-comer Kaitlyn Baker may be from a small town, but she's chasing big dreams.

No Bull, by Caroline Kettlewell

Bul sharks trade the seven seas for Ol' Man River.

Not Just a House, by Bland Crowder

A teenage girl's home remedy.

Second Chnace, by Bill Glose

A Civil War veteran seeks a new beginning in Brazil.

Shifting Moods, by Don Harrison

Arlingotn prodigy Margot MacDonald's musical mélange.

Room to Grow, by Sarah Sargent

A thoughtful overhaul gives the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk a new look.


Profile | Suit Yourself, by Taylor Pilkington

Virginia entrepreneurs bring their business home to Richmond. 

Virginiana | A World in Miniature, by Greg Weatherford

A Glen Burnie Manor House in Winchester comes in sizes both large and small.

Food | Eat, Pie, Love, by Lisa Antonelli Bacon

When it comes to eating pie, the experience is greater than the sum of its parts.

Travel | Stylish, Inspired, Unforgettable, by Carrie Nieman Culpepper

5 international luxury retreats created by hoteliers who discovered paradise, and never left.

Home | A Room with a View, by Meredith Ingram

Keswick's Chopping Bottom farm inspires an author to make real a childhood dream.

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