That’s how Ray Breeden went from running a business out of the trunk of his car to being a titan of U.S. real estate
More than a year after the onset of the global pandemic, arts and cultural organizations are feeling the sting of canceled performances and lost revenue.
On and around the Chesapeake Bay, real “oyster wars” raged for a century, complete with cannons, machine-gun fire and Maryland and Virginia “oyster navies” attempting to keep the peace.
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.
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 […]
The period that Hamilton Perkins spent earning his MBA was marked by endless commuting, rounds of hors-d’oeuvre-fueled networking and business lunches stacked on end.