The schooner Virginia, Nauticus’s 122-foot-long historic sailboat, offers students and tourists the chance to experience a vital piece of maritime history.
No matter the reason for giving, or what it looks like, there are always stories behind the philanthropy. Meet eight different philanthropists who tell us what compels them to give.
Sure, some people could work from the boat or complete the loop in segments, but Kevin and his wife, Sandy, a longtime yoga instructor, wanted to do the whole thing at once. So it would have to wait for their retirement.
Between 40-hour workweeks and obligations to family and community, it’s hard for middle-aged people to stay ahead of commitments, much less spend any time thinking about the “R” word.
Selling the family home is one thing, but boomers also face the challenge of what to do with all the stuff they’ve accumulated over the years.
Virginia’s largest city west of Richmond has grown into a destination for food, art and the outdoors.
If nonprofits are the beating heart of a community, donors the likes of Norfolk Southern are their lifeblood. And the benefit of their largesse stretches beyond good feelings and pretty statues.
We sat down with the president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Hampton Roads chapter and director of development at Norfolk Collegiate, to discuss philanthropy, giving trends and challenges.
How do you navigate the dating scene? Be optimistic. Dates are research; learn from them. You might not find “the one,” but you may discover soemthign new.
When it comes to social media, sometimes it’s more important to be kind. Remember the old adage : If you can’t say something nice … .
Recent advances in what we know about joint pain and osteoarthritis are flipping conventional wisdom on its head. Turns out we’ve been over-protecting our joints when we should have been encouraging them to move.
If you’re free on a Friday and looking for one of the best burgers in Norfolk, you’ll find it hidden inside Pendulum Fine Meats.
Cold weather demands something hearty to fortify the bones. Seek culinary comfort in meatloaf – specifically Rick’s Beef Meatloaf from The Ten Top in Norfolk.
Supporters gathered in September for a memorable evening of dinner and dancing to celebrate breast cancer survivors and the premiere of the A Calendar to Live By 2020.
EAT | SHOP | PLAY
Plus a Thomas Jefferson exhibit at Norfolk’s Chrysler Museum of Art and a barbering lounge and spa for men.
Chef Courtney White reached back to her culinary training in northern Italy to craft a series of dishes that left lucky attendees begging for more.