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Virginia’s Piedmont region, stretching along the eastern side of the Blue Ridge Mountains, is as much a state of mind as it is a place in a state. It runs from the Washington, D.C., exurbs southwest toward the vibrant college town of Charlottesville and beyond. It encompasses charming and noteworthy communities such as Leesburg, Middleburg, […]

This month we made a large and important step as a shirtmaker – we opened our very first retail location in Washington, D.C. Opening a new shop is no small undertaking, so we decided in true Ledbury style to throw a rousing launch party. Our friends at Bulleit supplied the Old Fashioneds and Manhattans, and […]

I have heard what the talkers were talking, the talk of the beginning and the end, But I do not talk of the beginning or the end. There was never any more inception than there is now, Nor any more youth or age than there is now, And will never be any more perfection than […]

The Chesapeake Bay is still, to this day, peppered with deadrise workboats, traditionally used by watermen for crabbing, oystering or clamming. The traditional deadrise design is wooden-hulled with a sharp bow that softens into a flat V-shape, although some are modified to feature a flat bottom. The vessels are true workhorses — they move fairly […]

When I graduated college, I had no idea what I wanted to do with myself, and no drive for anything more than having drinks and hanging out with friends. Looking back, it was a sad state of affairs. Slowly, however, things started to change. I met inspiring people, traveled and started to see the world […]

“Ultimately, what we’re doing in pool is trying to bring order to chaos.” This is Jim Gottier’s philosophy on the sport. Along with his wife, Andrea, Jim is the co-owner of Greenleaf’s Pool Room, a new billiards hall in downtown Richmond, VA. Jim has played pool for nearly five decades after being introduced to the […]

Marion “Moose” Herring is a practicing orthopedic surgeon. He’s also a husband and a father. And there’s another known side of Marion: he’s an Ironman triathlete and a competitive long distance runner, and an excellent one at that. Marion won both the Watauga Lake and Giant Acorn Sprint triathlons a few years ago, was the […]

Before I began this article, I made a list of traditions that I’ve maintained over the years. I remembered fondly how my dad used to take my brother and me fishing, just as my grandfather took him and my uncle. I recalled how my mom would hide our birthday presents throughout the house and make […]

The early signs of the holiday season have started to arrive. I noticed a handful of houses with festive lights during an early evening jog on Sunday. The first rounds of carols have started to trickle through over the radio. Navigating the holiday party circuit will soon begin and the halls will become decked in […]