Choosing To Come Back

Nineteen months ago, I packed up all of my belongings, hugged my friends goodbye, and planted myself in a grungy studio apartment in the middle of a city 130 miles away. A city where the kids rolled their jeans...

I Was Tired Of Roaring For The Lion

Jennifer Gregory is a single mother of five children. She has spent her last eight years in non-profit administration working with families in poverty. “I was working with the most impoverished — familie...

True Memoirs Of Our Lives

  “There is only one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment.” -Robert Frank Call me soul-catcher, lover of all things in beautiful light, a time preservationist; call me crazy....

A Vision For Chatham

Community. It has been described as a feeling of fellowship with others, as a result of sharing common attitudes, interests, and goals. Chatham Town Councilman Will Pace said that a strong sense of community is...

A Love for Ancient Worlds

If you’ve seen a yellow and red Jeep Wrangler cruising around Martinsville or Danville with a Jurassic Park logo on the side, you’ve probably seen Alex Hastings and his wife Katie. The Jurassic Park-them...

A Young Person in a Hurry

“A young person in a hurry.” Sometimes this phrase is used in a derogatory manner towards a young person who is seen as doing “too much, too soon.” Jennifer Bowles could be viewed that way. It would be...

Spotlight on Millworks Bakery

It’s estimated that nearly 18 million Americans have some form of gluten sensitivity. Mother and daughter, Andrea Eggleston and Amanda Earp, are a part of that group. Exhausted from the challenge of finding d...

Spotlight on Lizzy Lou Boutique

After graduating from Virginia Tech with degrees in communications and apparel product development and merchandising management, Danville native, Sarah Rodden realized the dream of owning her own business. “L...