May/Jun 2020 - Lynchburg Living

Even in light of unprecedented recent challenges in our community and in our world, we look forward to spending time this summer* with family and friends and enjoying some of...
LOCAL WOMAN OVERCOMES MUSCLE DISORDER TO BECOME TRIATHLETE There was always a chance 28-year-old Laurel Graham could have Charcot-Marie-Tooth disorder—but growing up, she tried to push the thought out of...
Batter Bar brings its crepe creations to Downtown Lynchburg It’s been a whirlwind six months for Nicole Davidson and Chelsea Doebler, the Lynchburg natives and sisters who opened Batter Bar....
When staying at home shows we are coming togetherPhotos by Laura Beth Davidson The idea of the Front Steps Project originated from a photographer in Massachusetts, who recommended having participating...
LOCAL RESIDENTS, ORGANIZATIONS UNITE DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC As unprecedented shutdowns from the coronavirus left people without work, food, or places for children to go, local governments, schools, and nonprofits...
USING SIMPLE INGREDIENTS TO CREATE DISTINCT FLAVOR PROFILESPhotography by Jenna McKenney The art of cooking has just as much to do with your taste buds as your technique. According to...
New Artistic Amenities in Bedford Await Brighter, Busier Days Ahead Art, in its many forms, has become a source of distraction and comfort to many of us during these disconcerting...
Everyone is Excited that Tarsha Joyner Decided to Keep Her “Absolutely Fabulous” Bakery in Downtown Lynchburg (Where it Belongs!)Photos by LaShonda Delivuk Due to her popularity on the local and...
Following the approval of our March/April issue in mid-February, I was ready to move forward—per usual. Home & Garden Issue, check. Food Issue—you’re on deck. Let’s do this. But my...
Special DeliveryIn the midst of hospital restrictions during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, Centra Health contacted Lynchburg Living to see if we could deliver boxes of our March/April magazine...