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Going once, going twice
By Meg Irvin Brewing a Charlottesville beer with Champion. A holiday party for 50 at Duner’s. The ultimate tailgate...
Anne Lassere is the very model of a young woman whose career is about to take off. Competent, confident, poised and...
Such a deal! Sometimes it’s fun to be a tourist in your own backyard. The Clifton—a top-notch boutique hotel that...
By Meg Irvin Certain dishes and meals around town are elusive—available only during particular hours, on a specific...
Vitae Spirits just added another accolade to its pile of awards, but this one is for its design, not for its...
Little town, big star
Rumors had been circulating for months that a major talent would take over the kitchen at Gordonsville’s Restaurant...
Spirits on Water Street
A newly formed company—so new that it hasn’t gone public with its name yet—is looking to get into the spirits...
Three days a week, an Amtrak train called the Cardinal rolls through Charlottesville on its way from New York to...
Yes. Oui. Can! King Family...
Sommeliers may take offense, but canned wine is a booming business. In January, Crozet’s King Family Vineyards popped...
A rosy glow shone through windows high on the façade of the former service station. As my dining companion and I...
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