Washington and Lee University Professor Nate Leath has started a bluegrass ensemble to preserve and nurture a musical tradition in central western Virginia.
Special Olympians learn to work with horses in a competition hosted by the Virginia Military Institute in Lexington, Va.
Gordon Reistrup trains members of the Washington and Lee University equestrian team to be ready for anything–on any horse.
At 48, Chef John Stallard was initiated in March as a brother of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity at Washington and Lee University.
Truck drivers say they plan their routes to include a stop at Berky’s Restaurant in Lexington, Va., for its homestyle food.
The East Lexington Store is known in Lexington, Va., for selling candy and kegs of beer–and for the numerous cats that prowl there.
Kenney’s has been drawing customers to Lexington, Va., with its fried chicken since the 1960s.
Tammy Cash brings delicious coffee and a warm spot to hang out to downtown Lexington, Va.
A new cafe, Pronto, offers a taste of Italy in Lexington, Va., where owner Francesco Benincasa serves gelato, his favorite dessert.
The Salerno Family Restaurant is a popular spot for college students in Lexington, Va., when they are in search of one of their favorite foods–pizza.
The Southern Inn attracts travelers passing through central western Virginia with its traditional southern food. But it also offers a variety of specialty cocktails year round.
Wendell Baker has been giving haircuts in Lexington, Va., since 1959 and says he does not want to stop any time soon.
Lori Fort juggles life on a South Carolina farm, keeping track of five children, several animals and family businesses. Her children say she does it all with love.
Julie Hartz is more than a Spanish teacher to her students at California’s Los Osos High School.
James Dick shares his love of adventure with students at Washington and Lee University, where he is Outing Club director.
Jordan Carlos is forced to give up her dream to be a ballerina and turns the loss into a new life.
David Korash beat stage three cancer, while keeping up with the demands of his job at a Massachusetts trucking company.