Nov/Dec 2020 - Lynchburg Living

Take everyday dishes up a notch this holiday season Photos by Jenna McKenney While very much beloved, those old faithful side dishes can often get the short end of the...
Mosaic Artist Lynchburg Living Editor Shelley Basinger: Dotti, there are very few people teaching and specializing in mosaics. How did you develop an interest for it? Dotti Stone: Back in...
In 2020, 2002’s miracle drug is not only used for wrinkles… (and people aren’t afraid to admit getting it!) Smart phones. Electric cars. Botox. Twenty years ago (remember Y2k?) none...
Financial investments, in-kind donations, mentoring programs—there are numerous ways that local businesses contribute to the overall betterment of the greater Lynchburg region. To complement our Giving Back Awards, the Lynchburg...
How the 1960 Sit-in Was a Catalyst for Civil Rights in Lynchburg...
PHOTO BY National D-Day Memorial Foundation/Ryan Anderson A bird’s-eye view of the National D-Day Memorial shows just how breathtaking the grounds are at the base of the Peaks of Otter....
ETC Shop: DONATING PROFITS TO THE COMMUNITY FOR HALF A CENTURY Run by a volunteer committee and a tiny staff of part-time employees, the ETC Shop, a cozy philanthropic consignment...
Have you ever experienced a major gift-giving fail? I have—and it was just last Christmas. My daughter asked for a play kitchen, and Santa shipped it to our house the...
It’s Easier Than It Seems Somewhere in my house, my scale is shoved in a box, hidden away from the rest of the world. And as the holiday season looms...