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Jan/Feb 2020

Meet the class of 2020, as nominated by readers and selected by editors. Read more

Features

Get to know the local food scene (and its history) like never before, thanks to Tour Roanoke. Read more

Dining

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Courtesy of the Virginia Room

Roanoke’s first major businessman’s club was a short-lived, scandalous affair. Read more

Departments

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Christina Nifong

Still Water Floatation offers a new wellness service in Roanoke. Read more

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Dan Smith

The community college’s nursing program – and its students – celebrates accreditation. Read more

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Dan Smith

Government offices are moving out, but new, exciting businesses are moving in, creating rejuvenated excitement for Botetourt County’s tiny seat. Read more

Departments

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The iconic Vinton location serves as both memorial to the past and a bridge towards the future. Read more

Departments

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Ashley Cuoco

These easy recipes will have guests thinking you’ve been hard at work in the kitchen for hours. Read more

Departments

These unusual, flavorful soups are sure to warm you up during the cold winter months. Read more

Dining

The growth (and success) of the hemp industry continues to surprise. Read more

Features

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John Park

Roanoke’s newest restaurant, Bloom, provides a full-service experience. Read more

Dining

A historic home’s kitchen renovation provides a calming space for family. Read more

Home & Garden

Why is our city so special? Where do we even begin? Let us count the ways. Read more

Features

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K. Bumble Photography

Life with kids is messy. I don’t always clean it up. Read more

Departments

A new structure in business, one that involves a large group of equal partners, could be the next big job creator. Read more

Features

How three local women turned a passion into a side business. Read more

Features

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Meet the next generation of Roanoke leaders, as nominated by readers and selected by editors. Read more

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Meet the next generation of Roanoke leaders, as nominated by readers and selected by editors. Read more

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Meet the next generation of Roanoke leaders, as nominated by readers and selected by editors. Read more

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Meet the next generation of Roanoke leaders, as nominated by readers and selected by editors. Read more

Features