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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Is your mouth kissworthy? Learn the answer to this question and explore the mouth/body health connection and more in this special section that I wrote for the June 2020 Virginia Living.
“There are 80,000 stories–or maybe more” at Hollywood Cemetery. Read about the Valentine Museum tour guides and other happenings in this Spring 2019 Friends of Hollywood Cemetery newsletter.
In this Virginia Living article, follow Lucy Rise and Corell Moore–two women in their mid-50s–in their journey to climb every mountain.
As the Girl Scouts celebrate 100 years of cookie sales, take a step back in time to the FFV Bakery, where it all began.
In this issue of The Beat, meet the dream team that has helped shape VCU Pauley Heart Center into a world class heart center in this cover story. In other articles, read the stories of two young cardiac transplant patients, VCU’s 100th total artificial heart implant, the challenging work of the mobile ECMO team and more.