One thing the pandemic has taught us is that just about everything can be delivered to our door: groceries, craft beer, coffee, and yes, if you’re feeling fancy, even charcuterie.
Hitlist | A New book, cold treats, and diverse art
The magic of a first novel Keep your eye out this spring for a debut novel by Nicole Glover called The Conductors, a suspenseful historical fantasy tale about a former Underground Railroad conductor-turned-detective in post-Civil War Philadelphia. Glover, a researcher in Norfolk, tells the story of Hetty Rhodes, who ushered dozens of people north with […]
Make your new kitchen sizzle; do’s and don’ts of redesign
Building and remodeling kitchens can be daunting, but with a few expert tips you can undertake a new project with a seamless approach.
Raising the Bar | I (de)Cant Even
These days, decanters have been relegated to dusty antique store shelves. The idea of moving spirits from one bottle to another may seem redundant, but decanters serve a variety of functional purposes in the modern home bar.
Modern Manners | Spark joy through sharing
After nearly a year of COVID-19 restrictions, our daily lives have been divided into remote realms of socially distant interactions that stymie affection, conversations and even smiles. The phrase “sharing is caring” may seem cliche but its meaning has more significance than ever.
Life in Tidewater | Not good hair – great hair
I first noticed my hair was different around middle school. Growing up in the 1980s, straight blond hair was everywhere. As a half-Dominican girl with tight corkscrew curls and chocolate brown hair, my ringlets seemed out of place.