Amidst the undulating hills of this neighborhood, it is called Falista, a quiet community of evangelists in the northern Polish port town of Gdynia have sent their staff home and welcome a tiny congregation from Bila, Tserkva, a Ukrainian town ravaged by war. Continue reading between the border and the sea: some notes from Gdynia
I covered the transformative week of protests in Richmond, Virginia that led to its order for removal of Confederate Monuments and resignation of police chief. Continue reading It’s 1:59 a.m. and The Fire Is Still Burning
Lee County, Va reconciles with the controversial decision to allow firearms in school. The state disagrees, stating the admission would only exacerbate the potential for disaster. But the county is determined that there is no other alternative. We spoke to the teachers and staff willing to arm themselves in the face of finite resources, and utter desperation to protect their students. Continue reading To Teach, Protect, and Serve: A county backed against its borders
From widespread boycotts to protests of Trump’s speech, this year’s Jamestown Commemoration didn’t feel like much of a celebration. Continue reading Our doors are open, and our lights are on
On a Wednesday afternoon, the space freighter Antares launched from NASA’s spaceport on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. RVA Magazine was on the scene. Continue reading The Things It Carried
Roger Stone came to Richmond. I made quick to warn the masses. Continue reading Stone, Davis & many, many poles.
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. Continue reading The artist and the ViBE
Swapped jabs and lessons with a bare knuckle fighter. Continue reading Playing Chess With PVC Pipes: A Saturday with Bare Knuckle Boxer Reggie Barnett Jr.