October 2022 Issue

In October, we’ll show you Virginia’s haunted history, a guide to springtime bulbs, and NBA legend Ralph Sampson highlights of what to do in Charlottesville. In Richmond, meet the wood whisperer of furniture, Sallie Plumley, and get the scoop on the VMFA’s new exhibit, Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art. In our drinks section, discover the Hotel Greene and its penchant for minigolf and fancy beverages, how professionals invent new cocktails, and why Amherst’s Camp Trapezium is more than just great pizza and beer. Read about burn-survivor Charlie Xavier’s amazing story of recovery, the advantages of active rest paired with workouts, and get tips for better sleep. And lastly, fall in love with the superdogs that go above and beyond working with their owners. Pick up the October Issue here!

K9 to 5: Meet six working dog super heros

The term “man’s best friend” has endured since the 1700s, when Frederick the Great of Prussia coined it. At home, dogs are family members and loyal companions. And at work, they’re valued team members who take their jobs seriously. Meet canine celebrities Nadine, Bluto, Bruno, Sky, Irene, and Forest. From farm shepherds and truffle […]
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“Ted Joans: Land of the Rhinoceri” at the VMFA

Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
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“Gardens of Glass: The Art of Craig Mitchell Smith” at the MSV

Museum of the Shenandoah Valley
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“Julia Child: A Recipe For Life” at the VMHC

Virginia Museum of History and Culture