Departments - March
What's In A Name
The patriotic re-naming of the third crossing opens a door to re-imaging many of our needs in Hampton Roads.
The Kindle Revolution
A longtime bibliophile embraces the e-reader -- with mixed feelings.
Hotties In Hampton
The Hampton Coliseum played host to the Miss World-USA Pageant when Wonder Woman took the crown.
A Piece Of Me
We teach children to ask before they take. Shouldn't we insist that our doctors do the same?
Who knew biking could get even greener?
Riverview Coffee Parlor
Willoughby Inn Seafood Restaurant
Q & A
Scott Foster spent his senior year at William and Mary running for -- and winning -- a seat on Williamsburg's City Council.
HR a la Mode
Spring is in the air so put a spring in your step, and spring out the door to participate in the exciting happenings in Hampton Roads. The garden tours will entice you to stop and smell the roses while the exhibits at local galleries and museums will inspire you to look at things with a fresh perspective.
Williamsburg Film Festival features classic movies and actor appearances.
The Norfolk Garden Tour and the Norfolk Sister City Association are working hand in garden glove.
A passion for sports and fashion create the perfect pair -- of shoes! -- with the start of new Virginia Beach-based company, Love Cuce Shoes.
Day In The Life
Good Health Fairy Rene Bowditch makes it her mission to scatter humor, health education and plenty of sparkle.
To Dine For
Sunday morning inspiration at Pasha
Presenting an eyeful of some of the most beautiful dishes in Hampton Roads. ****For the rest of this article, see the March/April 2011 issues of Hampton Roads Magazine.****
A smorgasbord of HR food happenings.
In about a year, a dozen-plus eateries have settles in Peninsula Town Center.
Special Advertising Section
Hampton Roads' Love for the OBX -- from leisure to business
Expand your great room into the great outdoors; PLUS: Keep your head while remodeling the heart of your home.
Advances in hip replacement surgery offer patients more options than ever. PLUS: Losing weight for health's sake -- surgery can help.
By K. H. Queen