Virginia farmers are using free-range methods and heritage-breed hogs to create world-class terroir products.
Ankida Ridge is making some of the nation’s finest pinot noir in an unlikely place: the Blue Ridge Mountains.
“It probably should’ve been crushed at the junkyard,” Aaron Lawyer says of the 1959 Chevrolet Apache 3100. Instead, it became a COVID-19 quarantine project after stay-at-home orders were issued.
Its name is a piece of charming nonsense, a lid placed over the stars. But the view from its
windows is serious. Orion’s Roof, a sleek aerie of a restaurant perched 23 stories above the Atlantic shore, offers a vista that would cause countless postcards to crumple in shame.
Welcome to the McNair home on the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Here, two generations of wooden decoy makers continue a craft that has evolved from a practical way to hunt fowl into a form of folk art with an ardent group of collectors and a relatively high price tag.
A 30-minute drive from Williamsburg, about 3 miles from U.S. Route 17, sits the Inn at Warner Hall, a romantic getaway perfect for history buffs.
Enthusiasts are discovering the bounty of outdoor activities available on the Virginia peninsulas. Here are three escapes to put on your must-do list.
An easy way to add versatility to your home bar is to switch out sweeteners. Cocktails operate on a straightforward ratio of ingredients. Just as base spirits can be changed, so too can sweetening agents.
Local entrepreneurs Billy Comer and Whitteney Guyton teamed up earlier this year to launch 1865 Brewing Company, Hampton Roads’ first…
The orange-feathered chicken approached the grapevine with determination, its wattle dangling, its comb bouncing with each step. It was beautiful in its own way, but altogether unremarkable. That is, right up until it made a move that caught our team off guard.
Contextualized. That’s how protesters describe the transformation of Richmond’s controversial Robert E. Lee monument. What was once a cliched nod to a complicated past is now a work of terrible beauty, raw and filled with emotion; a piece of public art renewed by the public’s own hand.
Wonder what it’s like to debut a journalistic endeavor during a global pandemic? Ask Bec Feldhaus Adams, WHRO’s first news director.
A look at what is happening in in our region and state.
Like many who enjoyed exploring the world on the high seas, Carolyn and her husband, Shawn, realized that travel as they knew it was going to look a lot different because of COVID-19. So, they hopped on the domestic-exploration bandwagon and purchased a Sol Dawn RV.
House envy: It can strike at any time. Whether during a model-home tour or while perusing an interior-design photo spread, you imagine a perfect family living their best lives in their ultimate home. Every inch tasteful and not one accessory out of place.
Sailboat racing demands physical agility, smarts and often a double ration of courage. When a “cranky” back forced John from the helm, they immediately went into race management. These days, the McCarthys are key to the Hampton Yacht Club’s Southern Bay Race Week, one of the area’s biggest regattas attracting 100 boats or more. Here, John talks about the allure of racing and this most unusual of racing seasons.