Central Virginia is home to several massive music festivals, and one of the most recent additions to the scene is the Devils Backbone Brewing Co.’s Hoopla, which will mark its second year on Sept. 29 at the brewery’s Basecamp Brewpub & Meadows in Roseland. The festival is a passion proje…
It seems like there's always a celebration going on in Central Virginia whether its music, arts, family, business, food, drink, film or one of many other things to celebrate.
Across the 469 miles that make up the Blue Ridge Parkway, split-rail fences and scenic overlooks connect destinations such as Humpback Rocks, the Peaks of Otter, the Blue Ridge Music Center and the historic Mabry Mill before the parkway continues down into North Carolina, where it ends in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
Reaching from its north fork in Greene County to the southern terminus in Albemarle County, its banks once were home to the Monacan Indian Tribe and still provide a lush habitat for a variety of plant and animal species, including humans and dogs with an interest in the great outdoors.