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  • Friday March 04th, 2016
    Celebrating St. Patrick’s Day is a great tradition and an excellent excuse to party in the middle of March. Even those without a drop of Irish blood can be Irish for a day and among the best ways to celebrate is with a great drink. Green drinks, particularly green beer, are popular options… Click here some great St Patty’s Day libations.
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  • Friday March 04th, 2016
    ‘Tis time for the wearing o’ the green. Go Irish this month in Virginia! In addition to great events, check out Virginia’s rich Scots-Irish history and Irish-themed dining establishments. Click here for a list of fun family activities for St. Patrick’s Day.  
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  • Friday February 26th, 2016
    Baby, it’s cold outside. And, if you’re like me, winter weather can sometimes make working out seem less than desirable. After all, who likes to dress like a mummy to go for a run, or risk slipping on ice when out for a walk? Even heating up the car in the wee hours of the morning to get to the gym for your favorite Spinning ...
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  • Friday February 26th, 2016
    When wintry weather has you stuck inside, there’s no better way to pass the time than cooking cozy and delicious foods. These dishes may take a little longer to make, but they’re totally worth the extra time. Read all about it here    
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  • Friday February 19th, 2016
    Choosing books for book club is no easy feat. You have to pick a challenging book worthy of discussion, yet something that members will enjoy reading. Here we present the cream of the crop for early 2016. A dozen books all rated 5-stars by our reviewers which publish in paperback between September 2015 and February 2016 (and are already available in hardcover and ebook). Click Here
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  • Friday February 19th, 2016
    Here in Virginia, we know all about delicious seafood. Our proximity to the Atlantic and the Chesapeake Bay area accounts for the freshest of ingredients. Let’s just say seafood here is not to be taken lightly (but no complaints if it’s lightly battered and fried on occasion…). This list is simply a start to an endless selection of delectable spots you need to try in the ...
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  • Friday February 19th, 2016
    Just outside of White Stone, looking out from the greenery of the forest to the mirrored surface of the Chesapeake Bay stands a refined cube, its gleaming white façade broken only by large smooth walls of glass and a slender, unadorned steel balcony. This is the home of Irvington-based architect Randall Kipp—a modernist whose singular aesthetic is shown to full advantage in the airy yet ...
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