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  • Friday January 29th, 2016
    Paranormal experts, if there are such things, are in general agreement that Virginia is one of the most haunted states, perhaps the most haunted, in the nation. And for good reason. It is the oldest colony in America and there are more surviving old houses here than anywhere else. Plus, since the experts contend that tragic and traumatic deaths are a leading cause for the ...
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  • Friday January 29th, 2016
    As the days shorten, the last of the leaves fall and temperatures start to drop, we often find ourselves spending more time huddled indoors than discovering the landscape. But the Chesapeake region still has plenty to offer in the winter months—whether you decide to brave the outdoors or explore from the warmth of your own home. Read more here.
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  • Friday January 29th, 2016
    Comfort foods will always have their place on Virginia tables. But here’s a menu for a slightly more adventurous dinner, celebrating Virginia’s extraordinary bounty of agricultural wonders that are great on the plate. These dishes can be made with Virginia products like Hayman sweet potatoes from Melfa, bison tenderloin from Madison, micro chard from Powhatan and apples from Winchester, all paired with wines from two ...
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  • Thursday January 14th, 2016
    Fighting cancer is a cause that is easy to rally around and one that many people will gladly support. We want to be sure that we are doing everything we can to help you as a fundraising Relay For Life participant. You can find lots of good fundraising ideas here that are regularly updated – as well as where to find more ideas and other ...
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  • Thursday January 14th, 2016
    If you’re like the majority of Americans, you entered the new year with more holiday bills than you expected to rack up. There’s no shortage of good advice out there about tightening your belt and making a plan to pay off those debts. But one big, really important point to factor into your plan is that not all holiday bills are created equal. Some can even ...
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  • Thursday January 07th, 2016
    Deep winter is the best time to plan for the spring season. And what better to look forward to than an heirloom garden? Heirlooms are non-hybrid varieties introduced before 1940. This date is important because it marks the era when companies began hybridizing corn for greater yield. The protein content of corn has been declining ever since. As opposed to modern sweet corn’s “empty calories,” heirloom ...
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  • Thursday January 07th, 2016
    There’s nothing quite like a good challenge. Especially if that challenge involves food. These 10 restaurants in Virginia offer up some of the tastiest meals you can find – just in slightly larger portions. But the good news is that if you finish it all, your meal is free – and comes with a few prizes, not the least of which are bragging rights. Click ...
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