Nathan Alderman

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Now touring

Maybe you like to take it slow. Relax. Stay in one place. With wine. Maybe you’re on the go. Real fast. Keep up the...

Pot luck

Admit it: You’ve succumbed to the pandemic menu blahs. You’re stuck inside all the time, your brain’s frazzled, and...

Cup of mud, meet glass of grap

In a town obsessed with coffee and wine, it was only a matter of time before the two beloved beverages started...

Rent a road trip

If the open road is calling you—or if you’d like to spend a few nights communing with nature without, you know,...

Crafting a style all his own

The fundamental nature of art,” says Tate Pray, “is that it has no use.” But the Charlottesville-based designer seems...

Yes. Oui. Can! King Family Vineyards cracks open a new...

Sommeliers may take offense, but canned wine is a booming business. In January, Crozet’s King Family Vineyards popped...

Soup’s on

Chef Mark Gresge missed making soup. From 1992 to 2014, Gresge ran the beloved local French restaurant L’étoile. “To...

A play- book for profits

Two days into training camp with the Chicago Bears, Maurice Covington’s hamstring tore—and took his future plans with...

A new recipe for success

A teacher changed the course of chef Antwon Brinson’s life. Now, as he trains Charlottesville residents for kitchen...

Power players

In 2017, renewable energy generated 18 percent of U.S. electricity, doubling its share from 2008. Here in...