While it may be most known for its family-friendly activities like making sand castles on the beach and picking up souvenirs along the boardwalk, that’s not the only draw to Virginia Beach which welcomes over six million overnight visitors each year. Virginia Beach is the number one vacation destination in Virginia and there are plenty of places to explore during your visit. Let’s go beyond the beach with activities that show you how to live the life in the off season.
Where to Stay
Ocean Beach Resort Hotel
For front row access to the beach and boardwalk consider the Ocean Beach [...]
Out the Box is a series on HoneeBee Gifts that focuses on community notables and creatives who share a bit about their gifting life…and a little more. I am excited to share this feature with you and I hope you enjoy this up and personal look at gifting. It’s kind of like peeking into someone’s closet…but much more fun!
The Gift: CM Writer
There is never a dull moment in CM Writer’s life. She has many impressive career titles including lawyer, author, writer and blogger. She goes seamlessly from defending her clients in court to typing creative blog posts about relationships and style [...]
Today is opening day of the Southern Women’s Show (SWS)–Thursday, September 11th at The Charlotte Convention Center. Some of the things you can expect include:
Concord Mills’ Girls Night Out: SWS wants you to bring a girlfriend or two and shop til you drop on Friday evening. If you are one of the first 100 people to arrive after 4pm, you will get a VIP gift bag filled with goodies and incentives to entice you even more!
Food Lion Chef Challenge: Throughout the show, chefs will compete against one another for bragging rights…and there are sure to be samples.
Meet the Editors [...]
It was Andrew Jackson who first planted a magnolia tree on the White House lawn, with a sprout from a tree near his Tennessee home. That Jacksonian impulse to reuse and recycle is alive and well. Jewelry designer Kara Ross has been commissioned to create wood cuffs and trays to be presented as gifts by the Obamas to visiting heads of state and their spouses. The pieces—the bracelets are inscribed with the first lady’s name, the trays with the president’s—are made from wood that has fallen from the White House trees.
Source: Town & Country Mag, March 2012