This issue includes my article on some of Richmond’s top cancer doctors, such as Dr. Vanessa Sheppard, featured on the cover. Click on photo to view story.
Almost any tree can become a bonsai. Click on the link above to learn more about these living sculptures, clipped to perfection by the artists at Gardens Unlimited.
Travel around the world with senior Virginians, including two solo adventurers who met and fell in love on a Road Scholar trip.
Can poetry change the world? RVA’s first poet laureate, Roscoe Burnems, thinks so.
Read about the evolution of cardiovascular care, microbubbles, 40 years of angioplasty and other cardiac news in this newsletter that I wrote for VCU Pauley Heart Center. Design by the Bergman Group.
In this Virginia Living February 2021 article, meet Scott Taylor, who has restored Tiffany and other historic windows for the VMFA, Smithsonian Institute and even the mausoleum of a Gilded Age millionaire. Click on the image to read.
Discover the enchanted life of children’s illustrator, Dugald Walker, in this historical article, one of many pieces that I wrote for the Friends of Hollywood Cemetery’s Spring 2020 newsletter.
Click on the photo above to read about the mysterious life and death of Japanese businessman, Tokokichiro Abe and other stories I wrote for Friends of Hollywood Cemetery.
It’s still possible to find your dream home during the pandemic–find out how in this December 2020 Virginia Living article.
Grace Episcopal Church in Keswick celebrates 275 years with a renovation and an out-of-this-world pipe organ. Read about it in this October 2020 Virginia Living article.
Learn about 2020’s 7 Healthy Food Trends and Sentara’s Telehealth program and meet a biohacker in my articles for the October 2020 Virginia Living.
Image by Kate Magee Photography.
From alkaline water to salt caves, I asked a medical expert about the year’s top health fads in this article for the February 2020 Virginia Living.