The Threat to Rural Loudoun: As proponents of preservation of rural areas, open space, and history, The Piedmont Virginian, keeps an eagle eye on what is happening in Loudoun County currently, as it serves to warn other Piedmont counties of encroaching development.
In the center of Gordonsville hangs le drapeau Français, inviting locals and out-of-towners alike to experience refined dining that is distinctly and authentically French at Restaurant Rochambeau.
People of the Piedmont is an ongoing portrait series spotlighting compelling individuals of the Piedmont. Captured in genuine moments through the lens and words of Ed Felker, the subjects are portrayed immersed in the pursuits that get them up in the morning and drive them all day.
Nikki Stamps is dedicated not only to providing medical attention to injured birds of prey, but also to educating the people of Fauquier and surrounding counties on the importance of such animals in the ecosystem of northern Virginia through her new non-profit organization, Bird in the Hand Conservancy.
Hopkins Ordinary serves as a comfortable bed and breakfast in an area that is a popular destination for hikers as well as wine, beer, and spirits enthusiasts, and the operation in the basement of this beautiful home is where the surprise lies.
Mary and Cassie Jasper — 95 and 93 years young respectively — still recall the German POWs who labored in the fields surrounding the private Gordon estate in Huntly, where the sisters cooked, served and cleaned during the 1940s.
This casual, three-day retreat is built around Madison’s wineries, though any traveler with a taste for backroad exploration will find plenty here to like. Wear your sneakers, but toss the stilettos in the back, just in case.
Residents of Virginia’s Piedmont, nature lovers as we are, understand the growing threats to wildlife and the wilderness required to sustain it.
One of the finest fly fishing destinations on the east coast offers the healing power of the river to tourists and charitable organizations alike
This season, put your pumpkins to good use with my recipe for Pumpkin Bisque paired with Cranberry Harvest Crackers.
A Day on the River with your Best Friend. Winnie, an 11-year-old Wirehaired Vizsla, figured out on her very first float that letting someone paddle you around while you watch the scenery slide by is the best.
Cool days and cooler nights spell autumn and apples in Virginia. And in the old days that meant grandpa would be out back pressing those apples for hard cider that would have grandma giggling by Christmas.
The Piedmont Virginian’s beloved “Beagle Mix” Angel has crossed the rainbow bridge