Virginia is now a gubernatorial signature away from legalizing marijuana, and the mere act of legalization isn’t even the most controversial or most radical part of the bill.
In a historic move, the Virginia Highlands Festival is returning this month back to the grounds of the Martha Washington Inn with a winter market to help keep the festival alive. Look for the market on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays for a month, starting Nov. 20.
Our barriers against COVID-19 include face masks, physical distancing, hand-washing and avoidance of crowds, all of which decrease our chances of contact with the deadly virus particles riding on droplets of spit suspended in the air.
Since institutions can’t do it alone, individuals are the best line of disinformation defense. But unfortunately, it turns out that we’re not always that good at it. So sound judgment on media choice is important in imparting facts. What works best?
Here’s a hot potato that needs saying.
Politely declining social invitations can be difficult and if the pandemic is truly your reason, here’s how to back out of your engagements po…
Lyle Lovett, Dwight Yoakam, Lamb of God, Chuck D and others perform this week during online livestreams. Songwriters and music lovers celebrated Justin Towne Earle's life, and 423 Social has made a comeback after closing down.
If you're out of Netflix to binge, these 4 Netflix original series and movies are coming in September.
God said, “If my people will humble themselves and pray, seek my face and repent … I will hear from heaven and forgive their sin and heal their land.”
Star Trek devotees are familiar with the Kobayashi Maru test, administered to all Star Fleet cadets. The test is a trick — under every simulation, no matter what choices are made, a lot of people die. We’re living through our own Kobayashi Maru test.
The number of American deaths during World War II was 407,600. We know who started WW2. We also can see who is responsible for COVID-19's continued rampage here: One in the White House and plenty of others trying to get into Walmart without a mask.
We have been asking the wrong question as we consider activities during the coronavirus pandemic: Is it safe? We are looking for a yes or no; a binary answer. We should be asking what we can do to shift the risk to the low end of the spectrum.
We’re averaging nearly 62,000 COVID-19 cases, and the number is going up every day. Should we blame Trump? Or Gov. Ralph Northam? Go take a look in the mirror. If the person staring back at you isn’t wearing a mask, then you’re part of the problem.
Twitter says hackers gained access to its internal systems and took control of high-profile accounts to solicit bitcoin.
The selection of Bristol to be the first large sporting event allowing spectators is certainly a good news/bad news story. Like the rest of the US, the decision to improve our economic health has taken priority over our physical health.