Sep/Oct 2018 - Lynchburg Living

Ingredients 1 whole boneless, skinless chicken breast Salt and pepper, to taste 2 tablespoons olive oil 2 tablespoons butter 1/2 cup hot sauce (I like Frank’s) 2 hearts of romaine...
An Impactful Program for Men and Women with Alzheimer’s at the Maier Museum of Art at Randolph College WORDS & PHOTOS By Meridith De Avila Khan Inside the Maier Museum...
There have been years of my life where I barely made an appearance at the doctor’s office, in exception to my annual physical. Then there are years, such as this...
Big Flavor Comes From Farmers Markets By Mikael Blido | Photos by RJ Goodwin You have probably seen the commercials: fresh-looking ingredients arriving at your doorstep in time for dinner,...
Mark Your Calendars September/October Get Downtown September 7 Celebrate the start of the fall season along Lynchburg’s Main Street. Get Downtown provides great food from local eateries and unique attractions....
New Restaurant Boasts Vibe and Variety By Rachel Dalton | Photos by Ashlee Glen Lynchburg natives and seasoned restaurant industry pros Shawn Merrow and Nathan Hall were presented with the...
Grocery Co-op Opens Downtown By Drew Menard | Photos by Heather Kidd While Grassroots Local Market is a co-op, dedicated to adding value to the community beyond the product on...
Celebrating Hill City History Stories about historic renovations in Lynchburg are always a big hit with readers. Brigit read the July/August issue and wrote on Instagram: “Oh, how I loved...
How Seniors Benefit from Geriatric-Focused Care Aging is inevitable, but living a healthy and productive life as a senior is possible with the right planning and care. Seeking medical professionals...