Historic gardener (and Monticello’s curator of plants) Peggy Cornett gardens for many reasons, but perhaps the main one, is that gardens are where she feels at home.
Staunton's Jeff Huss takes on a tour of Huss and Dalton Guitars.
Matt Chan has made a career out of animal rescue.
Attorney Lucy Ivanoff left a career as corporate in-house counsel for a big city company to move to a farm in Raphine, VA and raise llamas... Oh yes, and she still practices law.
Who's this with celebrity chef Jacques Pépin? It is Sarah Cohen of Route 11 Potato Chips.
We meet Claudia McClean, who is the Claudia behind Claudia’s Handpainted Yarn in Harrisonburg. She says that four words repeat like a mantra in her mind as she knits: peace, love, comfort, joy.
Charlottesville’s Hilary Holladay undertakes one bodacious literary enterprise by starting her own publishing house.
On The Spark:Troy Lucas says coffee is much more than a crop; from growers to importers to roasters and consumers, it is a community.
What would cause an author who’s already published 19 print books to release her 20th (about the Blue Ridge Tunnel) as an iBook? And what is the Blue Ridge Tunnel, anyway? Charlottesville author Mary E. Lyons answers both those questions.