TubaChristmas 2012 Friday, December 7, 2012 Need more Tuba.............to participate in the 4th annual Downtown Blacksburg TubaChristmas! TUBACHRISTMAS events are presented throughout the world. TUBACHRISTMAS was conceived in 1974 as a tribute to the late artist/teacher William J. Bell, born on Christmas Day, 1902. Through the legendary William J. Bell we reflect on our heritage … Continue reading Happy Holidays in Downtown Blacksburg!
Post Written by Nancy Mosely Small Town, Small Law Firm, Big Service I knew it was going to be an interesting interview when James Creekmore didn’t miss a beat after I asked my first question geared toward establishing his personal connection to Blacksburg. “Oh, I hated Blacksburg. Prior to 2000 you wouldn’t have caught me … Continue reading Small Town, Small Law Firm, Big Service
How would you like to see this as the design on the 2013 Steppin' Out T-Shirt? Well neither would we! So now is the time for you to submit your design and you could win not only $500 in cool hard cash..(well a cool hard check actually but you know what we mean right?!) But … Continue reading See your design on 2013 Steppin’ Out T-shirt!
Post written by Nancy Moseley Dr. Logan Brooke is not only a practicing chiropractor, he is also a patient. “It’s the best kept secret in healthcare,” Dr. Brooke of the downtown Blacksburg location of Tuck Chiropractic admits, “I get adjusted once a week for prevention.” Dr. Brooke received his chiropractic license in 2005 and moved … Continue reading Back on Track
Post written by Erin Jenkins and Laureen Blakemore The dogs of downtown are fancy and enjoy “the finer things in life”, but they want you to know they are just like all the other dogs out there. The Sister dogs of Clay Corner Inn Minkie and Caly enjoy lawn games with their parents and guests. … Continue reading Dogs of Downtown- meet Keefer Dogg
Post written by Cyndy Graham Yes, you heard correctly. The food at Pita Vera is made fresh and baked fresh. From gyros to kabobs, Pita Vera prepares your food to order with the finest and freshest products. Owner Sam Makoley knew he wanted to open his restaurant in Blacksburg after working in the hotel and … Continue reading Pita Vera-Made from Scratch with a Lebanese Flair
Post written by Cyndy Graham The management team at Sharkey’s focuses on three different and equally important things: their happy, friendly staff, the good value you receive for your money, and the opportunity to participate in daily activities or specials. They host bingo games and trivia contests. There is a special every day like "free … Continue reading Sharkey’s-Fun and Friendly
Post written by Erin Jenkins Jack- "Algy, you're always talking nonsense." Algy- "It's better than listening to it." “This play is a classic comedy,” Amanda Snediker told me while we stood in the hall of the Christiansburg Library. She was dressed in full 19th century garb and continued, “it’s a story about love and mistaken … Continue reading The vital Importance of Being Earnest
Post written by Cyndy Graham After an auto accident, Dr. Chris Belluzzo was helped by a chiropractor. That positive experience led him to his life’s vocation. A Virginia Tech sociology major from Herndon, VA, Chris graduated with his bachelor’s degree in 1997. He then attended Northwestern Health Sciences University in Minnesota where he earned his … Continue reading To your Health!
Post written by Nancy Moseley When someone mentions yoga, perhaps you immediately think of sitting cross-legged on a mat, middle fingertip to thumb touching lightly, the familiar “ohm” sound droning in the background. By definition, yoga is all of those things, but it is also a series of physical, mental and spiritual exercises designed so … Continue reading A Business in Balance