Distinction magazine wins 15 Virginia Press Association awards, 10 of them first-place honors, for work produced in 2019.
Three of Virginia’s finest culinary destinations lay within 25 miles of one another. Taken collectively or alone, they make for fantastic road trips.
George Kartis spent years chasing his fashion ambition. Now he’s helping others chase theirs.
William & Mary’s athletic director looks to show that the Tribe can be a force in college sports.
Stoner Winslett’s goal from the beginning has been tomake the high art of ballet accessible to all Virginians.
By all accounts, she’s succeeded.
Consumers are turning to proof-less beverages more than ever for a wide variety of reasons. They’re finding plenty of options to wet their whistles.
The Hermitage Museum & Gardens’ curator of gardens and grounds says caring for 12 acres of formal gardens, natural woodlands and wetlands surrounding the early 20th century home-turned-museum in Norfolk is “like a dream.”
Increasingly, couples are turning to “hyper-individual” experiences to set their weddings apart. One of the more interesting examples of this trend is pushcart vendors, offering special treats like cotton candy, gelato and gourmet popsicles.
We caught up with Welch, a Virginia Beach native and the owner/founder of Empowered Plant Cakes to see what all the fuss is about.
Whimsy and wonder have landed at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.
Each year, curators pitch works of art for purchase by the Chrysler Museum of Art, the selection of which is made by a vote from the society’s 250 members. This year, curator Seth Feman was victorious with his selection by artist Meghan Riepenhoff.
A lucky group of drinkers were treated in March to a Bar School filled with tasty cocktails and incredible appetizers.
A Night to Dream gala was held in February at the Cavalier Hotel in Virginia Beach, benefiting the An Achievable Dream program and expansion. Guests enjoyed spectacular glamour and hospitality, live and silent auctions, open bars, and an inspiring program during this inaugural event.
Plus a blooming art show and fall performances to look forward to.
About 80 guests gathered at Virginia Beach’s Cobalt Grille in February to celebrate the food and friendship of chefs Alvin Williams and Sam McGann.
TV home renovations are exciting. Real-life renovations are long and emotional journeys.