Sep/Oct 2021 – Lynchburg Living

Lynchburg Living is recognizing and honoring the amazing, inspiring educators in our area with the Lynchburg Living Top Teachers Awards. Readers submitted entries for their favorite, current and local teacher...
Mark Your Calendars | September/October 2021 Sept. 18, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Lynchburg Art Festival More than 140 artists from across Virginia and neighboring states—representing a broad range of...
Virginia’s “Switzerland” Offers Rural Charm If getting away means finding an idyllic spot with few people, Highland County is hard to beat. With only 2,200 people, it’s the least-populated county...
New Perspectives You know the phrase, “The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”? Well it certainly doesn’t apply to our cover story about Lisa Richards and Michele Fredericks. When...
Local Gardens That Give Back Growing & Teaching Located on the campus at HumanKind, the Davis Instruction Garden is a demonstration garden with plots that concentrate on production for those...
A pep talk from Lynchburg Living’s tried-and-true (and sometimes bearded) food contributor Anyone calling themselves a Man should be able to cook. No, I’m not talking about grilling a hot...
Flip through the pages of this Expanded Bridal Section that includes the Best of Bridal Picks: who brides and their wedding parties recommend!...
A local expert helps navigate the often-complicated world of athletic shoes If you’re like me, no purchasing decision is easy these days. What’s supposed to be a simple transaction can...
Restaurant owner opens creative co-op beer house Sean Bailey, the owner of Crisp restaurants, has always had plans for the warehouse space nestled behind the store’s downtown location, even though...