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Stephanie Kenney

Your Guide to Dining in the Shenandoah Valley

An agricultural hub, the Shenandoah Valley is the best place for authentic farm-to-table culinary experiences. From down-home cooking to authentic Italian and Mexican cuisine, there is something for everyone. Family farms, wineries and breweries can be found in every county across the Shenandoah…

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Your Guide to Dining in Alexandria and Arlington

Northern Virginia’s food scene rivals that of many large cities. Food and drink options from around the globe, specialty desserts and world-renowned chefs make for a truly memorable culinary experience in Alexandria and Arlington. FOR BREAKFAST - Photo Credit: David Hills Photography - Northside…

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7 Things to do in Clifton Forge

Nestled in the Allegheny Mountains at the southern tip of the Shenandoah Valley and west of the Blue Ridge Parkway, in Virginia's Mountain Region, Clifton Forge allows visitors to step away from the hustle and bustle of a hectic life, celebrate the arts, and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. Visit today…

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6 Things to Do in Blacksburg

Located in Montgomery County in the Blue Ridge Highlands region of Virginia, Blacksburg is a university town rooted in rich history but also home to the quirky, the inventive, the creative and the sustainable. The home of Virginia Tech, Blacksburg has a certain vibe that’s equally attractive to…

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18 B&Bs for your Next Coastal Virginia Getaway

Plan your next getaway at one of Coastal Virginia's many authentic and locally-owned bed & breakfasts. From historic homes and rustic retreats to elegant estates and plantation homes, each Virginia B&B offers a truly unforgettable experience. Sit back, relax, unwind and see enjoy all Virginia has to…

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10 Suggested Itineraries for Student Groups

Travel plays an important role in education, whether it's a class trip, a performing band or a competing sports team. And what better destination to help students meet your state learning standards than Virginia, the most history-making state in the nation? Senior Class goes First Class—Virginia…

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16 Running Events for Fall and Winter

As it gets cooler and fall arrives, you may be tempted to go into your “hibernation mode” and leave the exercise off the agenda until spring. But there are plenty of fun running events happening during the fall and winter to keep you active. Join hundreds of others as they dash across Virginia…

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Take a Musical Journey through Virginia

Virginia's music scene boasts a broad array of genres - from outdoor Beach and Bluegrass events in the warm-weather months, Orchestra and Opera at some of the country's grandest concert halls, top billing entertainers at our nation’s only national park performance venue to soulful Jazz and Blues at…

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