Jan/Feb 2021 - Lynchburg Living

Liberty alumnus tells story through new book about life in war-torn Congo. Even after running through the Congolese jungle barefoot, Liberty alumnus Emmanuel Ntibonera says he still spends most of...
Home needs a refresh? Whether you are itching to sell in the new year or are contently settled in your forever home, seasoned renovators recommend tackling one of these projects...
Roll out the red carpet and give me a trophy, because I actually kept one of my New Year’s Resolutions last year. As 2020 began, I told my husband, “I’m...
Using natural remedies to treat anxiety, depression Disclaimer: Always consult your doctor first before stopping prescription medications and/or trying new treatments. Kari Wagner realized the risk of opening a shop...
Bacon St. Bagels Offers Fresh Breakfast and Work Culture Perspective When Jordan Nickerson and Jordan Hawkins sat down to discuss potential business ventures in January 2019, they didn’t know that...
The Bower Center’s mission continues to evolve, with new offerings in 2021 The year 2021 marks 15 years since the Bower Center for the Arts first opened its doors. What...
Blind Billy Update We have received so many positive comments about our feature, “Blind Billy’s Beacon,” found in the November/December issue of Lynchburg Living. Reader Linda Marion wrote us to...
Winter can be somewhat depressing for those of us who love to look out the windows and see a beautifully lush and colorful landscape. It seems as though the gardens...
Need to whip up an easy, yet healthy, appetizer? This recipe is for you. Avocados are an excellent source of healthy fats such as omega-3 fatty acids, which are beneficial...