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On November 8, 2022, Lynchburg Living magazine had the honor and privilege of recognizing area businesses and non-profit organizations who are working tirelessly to support our city and its community....
Visual Artist Editor Shelley Basinger: Meg, have you always called Central Virginia home? Meg Davies: I was born and raised in Lynchburg. I studied art at James Madison University and...
NEW CITY CAMPAIGN FOCUSES ON TELLING THE STORIES OF LYNCHBURG’S DIVERSE BUSINESSES Lynchburg is open for business and is here for you. This is the message of a new brand...
Lynchburg Salsa Returns to the Dance Floor Photos by Ashlee glen Salsa dancing is much more than a series of steps, it is a conversation between two partners built on...
Photo By Ashlee Glen Year after year, Old City Cemetery claims the number one spot in our annual Best Of Awards in the category of Lynchburg’s Best Kept Secret—and for...
Never was there a more perfect storm for nonprofits than in the past two years. When the pandemic gripped our world, needs skyrocketed at a rate that no one could...
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...
Longtime pediatric office rebrands, relocates Photography by Daryl Calfee In the early 1970s, Dr. John A. Stephenson and his partner and friend Dr. Robert Milanovich teamed up with Drs. Brad...
The Community Impact Awards honor Lynchburg for-profit businesses that are making a tangible, measurable impact on their communities. That impact might be the result of any number of activities including...