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 […]
“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.
by Katherine Hafner About a dozen years ago, Melanie Waters had a casual conversation at a party that would change the course of her career. She’d been chatting with the owner of a local 1970s-themed band about the group’s success. A few drinks in, he said he just didn’t think an ‘80s-themed band would work […]
Rhett Rebold’s brewing career started the same way a lot of brewers’ probably did: He followed his love of punk rock into the world of DIY beer, joined the CIA to fight communism, and then was named the best homebrewer in America.
For more than 30 years, Don Borte has used an old-fashioned approach to make some of the most sought-after homes in Hampton Roads.
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Plus a Thomas Jefferson exhibit at Norfolk’s Chrysler Museum of Art and a barbering lounge and spa for men.