On a Wednesday afternoon, the space freighter Antares launched from NASA’s spaceport on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. RVA Magazine was on the scene.
Roger Stone came to Richmond. I made quick to warn the masses.
Virginia Beach has an art district of its own design that shines on artists otherwise ignored. I took a rainy day to meet the artists and entrepreneurs trying to revive a town struck by financial crisis and tragedy.
On the edge of Hanoi’s old quarter sits the Hanoi Opera House. A relic of French colonialism and an architectural beauty, it presents and accomplishes a perfect draw for tourists — but locals know better. They know what’s behind it.
Documentary film The Devil We Know reveals the dangers of many ordinary household chemicals we’ve overlooked — and explains how we got to this point.
My Feature Piece in RVA Magazine column, “From The Desk of GayRVA.”
The continuation of a great story and essential lessons from a guy I otherwise would’ve never met.
Any holiday season, religious or otherwise, is a special time — especially for TV networks. From the ringing of holiday bells to a 17-hour marathon of a killer in a goalie mask hacking people to death, it evokes a rush of nostalgia in viewers, and brings corresponding high ratings to networks.
Some stories begin with rock bottom. For Joe Guerrero from Chesapeake, Virginia, it began with a sentence hearing and a batch of Seroquel pills — 14 in total.
Not your typical Lumineers Spotify Session.