Colby Fairchild, a Virginia Beach native, is the executive chef and farm manager at this sprawling 1,000-acre estate, which features private beach access, hunting, hiking and even Fairchild’s famous oyster roast.
Editor’s note: No need for a plane ticket. Put that passport away. This story is part of a series that features regional attractions outside of the Williamsburg area that can be driven to on a tank of gas or less. Buckle up and hit the road. After Colby Fairchild graduated from Johnson & Wales […]
The local craft beverage scene in the Historic Triangle is expanding and because the thirsty visitors from Hampton Roads are lining up, businesses are also offering guided tours that provide transportation.
Editor’s note: No need for a plane ticket. Put that passport away. This story is part of a series that features regional attractions outside of the Williamsburg area that can be driven to on a tank of gas or less. Buckle up and hit the road. It’s the most common question craft beverage makers […]
Eddy Harris, William & Mary’s 1939 Artist in Residence, has seen his share of the world. For his writing, however, his travels have led him on a more specific path. From canoeing down the Mississippi River, to exploring the vastness of Africa, to venturing into Paris, his writing shows a different perspective of a seemingly […]
“I had never been on a trip like this before,” said senior Julian Kell, who added five new stamps to his passport in two weeks as a member of the American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) national team.
Growing up in northern Virginia, Julian Kell got used to traveling for ice hockey tournaments. During many of these trips, there would always be a little time to also see the sights. A visit to New York City allowed his youth league team to explore the Statue Of Liberty. Then there was a trip to […]
The Rachel Lambert Mellon Collection of Jean Schlumberger is on display through June 18 and general admission is free. “The VMFA has never really presented such an extensive exhibition of jewelry objects like this.”
Editor’s note: No need for a plane ticket. Put that passport away. This story is part of a series that features regional attractions outside of the Williamsburg area that can be driven to with less than one tank of gas. Buckle up and hit the road. Many people find inspiration in the beauty of […]
William & Mary is one of the country’s top producers of Peace Corps volunteers, according to a report released by the organization Tuesday. Each year, the Peace Corps ranks top volunteer-producing colleges and universities according to the size of their student bodies. With 36 alumni currently volunteering, W&M is ranked fourth among medium schools (5,000-15,000 […]
As opposed to typical ocean cruise ships, which usually have long buffet lines and jam-packed pool decks, riverboat cruises offer a more intimate experience. Which is something to be desired for the older crowd.
With exciting international itineraries, high-tech amenities provided onboard and extra time to explore, riverboat cruises are catching on among the travelers from Hampton Roads. This is not a new phenomenon — river cruises have been in business for decades — but more modern ships are now visiting more locations around the world that ocean-going vessels […]
Po’ Boy sandwiches, freshly-shucked oysters and those famous beignets...Tom Mahnken offers his advice on where to eat when visiting the Crescent City just in time for Mardi Gras.
Editor’s note: Our parent company, Local Voice Media, has employees who work in all different parts of the organization to make our content possible. Some take some pretty interesting trips as well. This story is from Tom Mahnken, our Vice President of Creative Services. It’s Mardi Gras season in New Orleans as more and more […]