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Chicken and Pickin’ in Virginia

Chicken and Pickin’ in Virginia

Sometimes the stars align just right, allowing for great things to happen. That’s how Becky McDonough, CEO of the Hopewell-Prince George Chamber of Commerce, explains the creation of the now-annual Hopewell, Va., Bluegrass Jamboree concert series.

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Dwayne Yancey says he felt like he was living in a stately, venerable mansion with the roof caving in. So, he moved out and built a smaller structure by hand.

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Augusta County attorney-shepherd is living his dream When Francis Chester-Cestari was a little boy, he dreamed of sheep, but not in the conventional way. He dreamed of owning them. Although born and bred in Brooklyn, he says he always dreamed of farming and raising...

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It took a community to build a college. And it will take a community to preserve it. That is the lesson of a partnership between the Smithsonian Institution, state and local agencies, and volunteers in Lawrenceville, Va., who are sorting through the vestiges of St. Paul’s College.

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Cooperative Cuisine

Cooperative Cuisine

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