There are few things more comforting than a hot bowl of soup. Last year, Amy Markman of Virginia Beach followed a long career as a geriatric social worker and volunteer for the city’s rescue squad by launching a home-delivery business featuring made-from-scratch bone broths and soups. She’s always wanted to make a difference in people’s […]
Wonder what it’s like to debut a journalistic endeavor during a global pandemic? Ask Bec Feldhaus Adams, WHRO’s first news director.
Yes, this space is typically reserved for pictures of beautiful people attending fancy parties. But the current crisis has changed our world, at least momentarily, so we asked our readers to share some photos of their lives in the time of coronavirus.
Connections forged between architect Jeremy Maloney and other creative Virginia Beach locals have helped reawaken a once-fading Oceanfront enclave.
From humble croissants and breads to galette des rois, find authentic European delicacies at a new bakery in Norfolk’s Neon District.
In Tidewater, we don’t live near water. We live with it – sometimes in it.