Scot and Janet Morris had spent years searching for their forever home when they finally spotted it: Perched on a bluff in a quiet, parklike neighborhood off of River Road, the distinctly modern house stood out like a sore thumb from the Colonial-style homes surrounding it. And that’s just what they loved about it.
Although the couple and their two daughters had lived in a traditional home in Whitaker Woods for the past decade, they had developed a passion for Midcentury modern furnishings an...
Are you looking for a new position in a more fitting workplace? Or are you attempting to create an office setup that will maximize your employees’ skills? This infographic will help you match common work personality types with their ideal office spaces, from cubicles and open workspaces to co-working and work from home options.
I’m 32, part of a generation that is caught between a childhood that was documented with film and the digital world my son inhabits. I feel guilty about my attachment to my iPhone, about spending too much time on social media and about what might be perceived as oversharing. I also feel nostalgia for the tangible photographs and albums of my youth.
Bangkok is justifiably famous for its street food, but the Thai capital is also a haven for world-class cooking. The Wireless Road neighborhood, one of the most exclusive areas of the city, boasts a roster of established and up-and-coming culinary talents. Here are four chefs who have helped put Wireless Road on the discerning diners’ must-visit list.
From craft coffee roasters and a moonshine distillery to a bevy of breweries, here’s how to drink your way through Virginia’s capital city in 24 hours.
As more people decide they want to travel the world on their own terms, private vacation home rentals have become more popular than ever. From home-sharing sites to luxury vacation rentals, travelers of all ages are choosing to create a more customized approach to vacationing—and it’s shaking up the traditional hotel model.
If you want to find craft cider in Virginia, all you have to do is follow the trail of the apples. For generations, the commonwealth’s orchards have been scattered along the peaks and valleys of the Blue Ridge Mountains range, which extends from the northern tip of the state all the way to the North Carolina border. The region’s climate, soil and sunshine have helped apples thrive here for hundreds of years—so much so that the mountains were known as the “Apple Belt” in the early 1900s. And Virginia’s growing crop of cidermakers has taken notice.
A new dad’s first Father’s Day can feel like a major milestone in his fatherhood journey. Whether he’s still in those sleep-deprived newborn days or watching his firstborn take his or her first steps, the inaugural Father’s Day celebration is almost like the world saying, “Congratulations: You’re officially a member of the Dad’s Club.”
Quick bites from the BBQ kings of Petersburg to the best booze and ‘cue in Lynchburg, news from the pit.
As part of the third generation to run Petersburg’s King’s Famous Barbecue, Matt Keeler has made it his mission to spread the gospel of authentic Virginia ‘cue — Southside-style, if we’re being specific.
“Its uniqueness comes from the style of sauce that’s used, mixed with the simplicity of the way the meat is cooked,” Keeler explains. The sauce is typically vinegar and tomato-ba...
What’s new (and old) in Richmond, Virginia’s newly...
Osaka boasts a diverse array of architecture—including a wacky waste disposal centre in disguise, a futuristic shopping mall and a castle dating back to the 16th century. Whether it’s your first time in the city or you have visited multiple times, these are seven buildings you’ll want to see after you check-in to your Osaka hotel.
1. Osaka Castle
One of the city’s most popular attractions, the iconic Osaka Castle is a national historic site located in the Kyobashi district surrounded by parkl...
It’s hard to believe that Richmond’s new 60,000-square-foot boutique hotel started out as a humble two-room art gallery. The Quirk Hotel, which opened its doors in September, is impressive in its scale—75 sleek, chic guest rooms are spread across seven stories in an Italian Renaissance building that once housed an upscale department store.
Baltimore has long had a love affair with beer. The flames of that romance sparked back in 1885, when National Bohemian first started producing beer in the Charm City. Since that time, more and more brewers have followed suit and set up shop in the city for an urban landscape peppered with breweries, brewpubs and beer gardens.
Since you can spend endless hours discovering new suds and their purveyors, we’ve culled a few of our favorite spots to take a swig of Baltimore’s ever-evolving beer scene.
Baltimore may not be the first city you think of when you think world-class coffee — your mind probably goes straight to Seattle, or maybe even Portland. But Baltimore is brewing up a coffee culture that is quickly rivaling both of those cities.
Over the last few years, the city has added a slew of craft coffee shops that put a fresh new spin on the classic cup of joe. Here are six of our favorites for you to get that caffeine buzz near Hotel Indigo.
Your linen closet says a lot about you. From the type of towels you use to the state of your sheets, these everyday decisions can reflect where you are in your life — whether you’re settling in to your first apartment or you’re an empty-nester with a weakness for fine Egyptian cotton.