• Bella Finds,  Featured

    Become a Conscious Consumer

    For at least the last twenty years, people have searched for the best bargains to add to their closet every season. Clothes are discarded in giant trash bags from closets every few months in the pursuit of something new. At some point, many consumers stopped paying critical attention to the items with frayed threads that hit clearance racks after a few hundred people tried them on in the dressing room...

  • Bella Outdoors,  Mind•Body•Soul

    Wake Up Refreshed

    Instead of waking with dread to face another hectic morning, consider these tips for a healthier way to ease into your daily rituals. While these activities may require you to allow extra time, you may be pleased with the productive results...

  • Area Happenings

    Jazz in July… in Salem!

    Summer is in full swing. And that means one of our annual summer music traditions: Jazz in July at Longwood Park in Salem. Bring your chairs, a blanket and a picnic for some of the area's best Jazz music!

  • Bella Outdoors,  Mind•Body•Soul

    5 Common Sunscreen Mistakes

    Skin cancer is the most common cancer in the United States, affecting one in five Americans in their lifetime. Yet according to dermatologists from the American Academy of Dermatology, most cases of skin cancer can be prevented by protecting your skin from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays.

  • Area Happenings,  Featured

    Jefferson Center Rocks

    Continuing with its mission to enrich the community, Jefferson Center is pleased to present its 2019-2020 Performance Season. The curated season consists of world-touring artists, GRAMMY® award winners, and musicians who’ve influenced the musical landscape of today.

  • Bella Outdoors

    Yes, Virginia, Use a Travel Agent!

    When planning a trip, American travelers log an average of 140 visits to travel sites before booking a vacation, according to Expedia Group. And many of those abandon their planning altogether because of the grunt work and uncertainty. Once you’re caught in the “I’ll plan it later” trap, six months have passed, and you’ve left vacation days on the table.