May/Jun 2017 - Lynchburg Living

Hearty, filling, comforting—Samantha Moroz’s savory recipes are what you would call “good for the soul.” However, the Lynchburg wife, mother of two and adjunct professor is the first to tell...
Local programs aim to cut child drowning statistics Every day in the United States three children die from drowning. For 5 to 14 year olds, drowning is the second-leading cause...
Mark your Calendars for May/June 1st Annual Food Fest: May 20, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Finally, a local event that focuses on what brings us all together—food. Head to...
This Fly-In Bed and Breakfast on Smith Mountain Lake Offers a Serene Weekend Getaway We turned in on a bright afternoon, the main sign greeting us at the edge of...
In the Jefferson National Forest Get lost in the beautiful scenery of the Jefferson National Forest by hiking Apple Orchard Falls just east of Buchanan. For about 90 percent of...
Lynchburg Symphony Rises to the Occasion As musicians tune their instruments on stage, a palpable excitement grows among the audience. The lights dim. The performers silence their instruments. A young...
9 Ways To Tell If Loft Living Could Be For You 1. You want to be able to walk or bike everywhere. Loft living means living in a city with...
Looking for something new to try with your family when school lets out? We have six ideas for you in our 1st Annual Guide to Summer Fun! Bikes Unlimited What...
Spice Up Your Summer with Cajun Crawfish at Perky’s Restaurant By RACHEL DALTON Together with his mother, Gay Perkins, Greg Toren owns Perky’s Restaurant on Route 29 in Altavista. Greg...
Top Teacher Reception The 2017 Top Teachers were recognized at a special reception at Timberlake Tavern on March 4. After the event, Top Teacher Jessica Hott (Bedford Middle School) wrote...