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Where Do We Go from Here?

Outdoor recreation advocates, event producers, and retailers discuss how the pandemic is affecting outdoor recreation in our region and where the industry is headed.  Where do we go from here? That’s the question on everyone’s mind. In a time when COVID-19 continues to affect day-to-day life and the future is filled with uncertainty, what will […] The post Where Do We Go from Here? appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Sport, Magazine, Cycling, Go Outside, COVID, July 2020

The 6 July Beauty Products We’re Obsessing Over | July 2020 Beauty Releases

Beat the heat with bold colors and indulgent skincare this month!
Tags: Makeup, College, Beauty Products, Beauty & Hair, Makeup Brushes, Beauty Trends, Eye Makeup, July 2020

July 2020: Road Trips!

Read or download the July issue for FREE HERE! On the Cover: A family preps for adventure on the Blue Ridge Parkway with a stop at the Pine Tree Overlook just north of Roanoke. Photo by Sam Dean.  Departments PerspectiveRunning without fear is a luxury of being white. The GoodsLoad up the car with gear […] The post July 2020: Road Trips! appeared first on Blue Ridge Outdoors Magazine.
Tags: Sport, Magazine, Cycling, Blue Ridge Parkway, Go Outside, July 2020, Roanoke Photo, Sam Dean Departments PerspectiveRunning

People Either Adore Or Despise The Rothko Chapel — Could Its Restoration Change The Haters’ Minds?

“The space, which features fourteen dark paintings by Rothko, is famous for being dim and moody. It’s a sensory deprivation chamber that also functions as a theological deprivation chamber.” For its “devotees,” it’s “a space that seems sacred for a post-religious world” and can induce truly spiritual experiences. Others, well, disagree: one artist called it “a place where art and life and imagination go to die” and one critic who loved Rothko’s work called it “at worst a well-designed crematori...
Tags: Art, Texas, Houston, Visual, Rothko, Rothko Chapel, July 2020