As a member of the DAR, I am especially interested in 18th century history around the formation of our country. Wine, craft beer and spirits were all a part of this.
I like experimenting and creating new desserts. I do like the cake rolls that I made for the host. It allows me to explore my artistic side.
Depending on the issue, patients can show various symptoms which not only are dangerous to their cardio-vascular system but can also cause other problems such as stroke.
In celebration of Black History Month, Quincy takes a road trip following along with the Chesapeake African American Heritage Trail Self Guided Driving tour.
She has never stopped performing, and we just don't mean only singing. On February 23rd, she will be one of the featured speakers of the Hearing Our Voices speaker series at the Harrison Museum.
There are also some awesome opportunities through the ADA for kids or volunteers to partake in initiatives like Project Power or Imagine Camp. This will allow kids with diabetes to meet others just like them and be educated through a fun environment.
It is our desire that this Series will inform and educate all who attend, serve as a catalyst to dive into difficult conversations, and generate solutions to afford better opportunities for our entire community.
During the period more than half the city’s population was Black, most of them enslaved. The city was a major trade and diplomatic hub with indigenous tribes within Virginia land claimed by the British extending to the Mississippi.
But I wanted to tell a story about our youth and how sometimes they feel marginalized and misunderstood by their parents and the adults around them.
Most couples plan for the setup but never for the breakdown. The end of the night breakdown is usually always an after thought. Lots of friends and family want to help "Set-up" but no one wants to stay for the breakdown after a full day of event prep and celebrating.