35 Slideshow


Inside Bunny Mellon’s Oak Spring Farm Estate

Take a look inside the private estate of the late horticulturist and philanthropist in Upperville, Virginia.

Our Kind of Place

George Washington (and I) Slept Here

A peek behind the walls into the enduring relevance of Mt. Vernon

Food & Drink

Remembering a Country Ham Legend

Honoring the legacy of Samuel Wallace Edwards, Jr.

Home & Garden

Thomas Woltz: Wild By Design

Unlike many landscape architects, Thomas Woltz isn’t interested in imposing his will on nature. He’d rather let nature set the terms. In the process he’s turning heads and proving that ecology can be beautiful


Mountain Jam: FloydFest

An Americana music festival with Appalachian roots in Floyd, Virginia

Fork in the Road

Richmond’s Roosevelt

The Roosevelt channels a Depression-era ethos into Southern riches

Home & Garden

The Beauty of Oak Spring Farm

A once in a lifetime auction

21 Slideshow


A Tour of Elizabeth Locke’s Garden

Take a tour of jewelry designer Elizabeth Locke’s Virginia garden

City Portrait

The Star City’s New Shine

Forget what you think you know about Roanoke. These days the small city’s rising culture might just win you over

City Portrait

Exploring Roanoke, Virginia

The hot spots in the Star City

City Guides

Meet the Locals: Roanoke, Virginia

Residents giving this little city a big jolt of creative energy

39 Slideshow

Arts & Culture

Welcome to Roanoke, Virginia

Take a closer look at the Star City

In the Garden

Shenandoah Gem

A Virginia jewelry designer’s multifaceted estate is a study in contrast

The G&G Interview

Sissy Spacek Opens Up

The first-time author finds inspiration on her Virginia farm

City Portrait

City Portrait: Richmond, Virginia

A new current is rising in the Old South


Hunt Masters

The work of sporting artists finds a new home

15 Slideshow


Touring Virginia’s Vineyards and Wineries

Virginia wine is coming of age

Made in the South

The Hard-Cider House Rules

How one woman chucked it all for a (hardworking) life among the apple trees