February 2008 issue


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We kick off the new year with a little urban edge. The January/February 2008 issue of Virginia Living has feature stories on the often provocative theater scene in Arlington (the cover story) along with downtown Norfolk's "miracle" turnaround. We take a fun look at a Motley's antique auction in Richmond, profile gospel singer Maggie Ingram and tour two great houses--a beach home in Croatan and a classic Tudor mansion in Roanoke (once the home of southwest Virginia's garden club). Our fashion feature is smashing--literally. Winter comfort food, Italian dining, arts, books: It's all in the latest issue of Virginia Living.

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    National Botanic Garden

    The highest point between the Atlantic Ocean and the Blue Ridge Mountains is a 550-foot, man-made mountain in Chantilly at the National Botanic Garden. Its creator is nature lover, businessman, and co-owner Peter Knop, who spent 30 years creating it. Read more


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    William and Mary's Marriage

    The bride, 15-year-old Mary, cried through the ceremony, hardly swept off her feet by the groom, her first cousin William. Introduced a few days earlier, she’d
been weeping ever since. Read more

    Culture Virginiana

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    VCU's Children's Tower Opens

    Treatment for broken arms to brain tumors is provided at the Children’s Tower, but needs that go beyond trauma care are also a priority. The kitchen serves food that kids love, like brick oven pizza and soft-serve ice cream. Read more