April 22nd, 2013 by demerson
Highlights of upcomming outdoor events and festivals this spring and summer
April 19th, 2013 by guest_blogger
If you are a pet journalist, blogger, or pet enthusiast, make sure you do not miss this year’s BlogPaws Conference. Pet lovers are hosting a BlogPaws Conference on May 16-18 in Tysons Corner. The conference will be located in Fairfax in Northern Virginia, a very pet friendly area in Virginia.
This conference welcomes people from allRead More »
April 18th, 2013 by guest_blogger
Virginia is filled with lush environment, beautiful outdoors, and locally grown produce. To maintain some of the things that are loved about Virginia, many cities throughout the Commonwealth will be hosting an Earth Day Celebration. To learn more about what you can do to help preserve Virginia, attend one of these Earth Day celebrations:
Earth Day 2013 at Virginia BeachRead More »
April 15th, 2013 by guest_blogger
Virginia is celebrating the world beneath during Cave Week, April 21-27. This week is dedicated to the nature and the beautiful outdoors of Virginia with special cave tours throughout the week open to the public.
Cave Week is sponsored by the Virginia Cave Board, who has planned many exciting events for the public. Some of theseRead More »
April 8th, 2013 by guest_blogger
Virginia welcomed the cast and crew of the Academy Award-winning movie LINCOLN to the state with open arms and with open doors to the Virginia State Capitol. Those involved with the production agree that the Virginia was the perfect location to shed light on the preserved history and tell the story of Abraham Lincoln andRead More »
March 25th, 2013 by rlewis
There is hardly a time and place more beautiful than springtime in Virginia and no better way to enjoy the splendor of the season than Virginia’s annual Historic Garden Week (April 20-27). The event is called America’s Largest Open House and with good reason. More than 200 of Virginia’s finest private homes and gardens areRead More »
March 12th, 2013 by demerson
The new 480-mile Virginia Mountain Bike Trail links eight major trail systems in the George Washington and Jefferson National Forests, consists of primarily singletrack trails, and climbs 65,000 feet. Now hard-core mountain bikers can be among the first to tackle this new epic Virginia trail.
March 4th, 2013 by rlewis
Since its beginning in 1997 the Virginia Arts Festival has established itself as one of the premier events of its kind. Liza Minelli, Al Pacino, Van Cliburn, the Russian National Ballet and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir are just a few of the internationally celebrated headliners who have graced festival stages through the years.
This year’s festivalRead More »
February 25th, 2013 by guest_blogger
With March Virginia Wine and Dine Month soon approaching, it is a time for celebrating Virginia wines and local restaurants. There are many Virginia restaurants that provide local cuisine for its customers, and many of these restaurants have been not only appreciated by its ‘regulars’ but by the culinary elite as well.
Recently, the 2013 JamesRead More »
February 20th, 2013 by ttanderson
March is almost here and you know what that means? It’s time for LOVE By The Glass: Virginia Wine & Dine Month!
Virginia is truly a Commonwealth of Wine, with more than 220 wineries statewide. In March, the state’s restaurants show lots of love for local wines by offering more Virginia wines by the glass toRead More »