Editor’s note: As part of its Lynchburg is for Locavores campaign, the Lynchburg Community Market has been hosting demonstrations, led by local chefs, highlighting a different featured item each week.
Why you should know her: The Amherst native, now working in the fashion industry in New York, just launched a line of accessories through her company, Red Lipstick.
The great American family road trip seems, in the 32 years since we first met the Griswolds, as antiquated a concept as ever.
The documentary "Do I Sound Gay?" sneaks up on you.
On an objective level, I know that CBS’s “Zoo” isn’t a great show. But it has still sucked me into its orbit this summer.
In baseball, August signals the coming of the dog days of summer. For beer lovers in the Commonwealth, though, August is a special time: Virginia Craft Beer Month. The highlight of the month is the fourth annual Virginia Craft Brewers Fest on Aug. 22 at Devils Backbone Base Camp in Nelson County. To get you prepped for the festivities, we’ve come up with a list of 31 selections — a beer a day — from breweries within the state. To be clear, this isn’t a ranking of the state’s top 31 beers. But many of them have taken home significant hardware, either at last year’s festival or at other competitions around the world. Some are personal favorites. All are from within the state and available either at stores or in tasting rooms. Prost! — Chris Lang
“My parents started the blackberry farm back in the early ‘90s,” says Kimberly Pugh, who now owns the property with her husband. “They always had a lot of pickers and that was the first event they ever decided to do.”