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Phone: 540.904.6800

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 107, Roanoke, Virginia  24002

Physical Address: 1402 Grandin Road, #202, Roanoke, Virginia 24015


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11 thoughts on “Contact”

  1. There was a lemon cake recipe in your March 2014 bella magazine. I want to try. Do you have a link to this recipe online?

  2. Was going through Roanoke on our way back to NVA from Bluefield, WV. Stopped at Black Dog Salvage and picked up some copies of Bella. I want to subscribe to the print version so I can read it on the train to work. How can I do that?

    Also, in the March 2014 issue, page 11 had a photo on top of a mud room cubbie that had a white background with blue, green, grey leaf design. I love it and would like to order some for my home. Can you tell me where to get it?

    GREAT magazine! My 32-year-old daughter (architect and interior designer) was thrilled when I passed my copies on to her.

    Thank you!

    Karen Spracher

    1. Hi Karen!
      Thank you for all of of your kind words! We are lucky to have readers like you. Unfortunately, we do not offer subscriptions. I apologize for the inconvenience– but you can always find us at Black Dog Salvage and various locations in Central and Southwest Virginia. We will also add some of our magazine content to our website during the month each issue is released.
      The cubby for the mudroom was actually a stock photo. However, if you take the magazine in to your local hardware store, a sales representative might be able to help you find it or recreate it.
      Thanks again!

  3. You ran an article on an ‘enchanged garden tour’ taking place in one of Roanoke’s neighborhoods I believe in the May issue. Would you happen to have a link to it online? Love your magazine. Thanks! Johnna

  4. Greetings! In about a year, I’m moving to the area to co-create an intentional community with my sweetie, add local coaching and consulting clients to my national ones, and dig in. I crowdsource in real-time, only secondarily online, so finding your magazine was part of my research for living here. I was a teeny bit skeptical of the pretty colors and the name until I saw your June 2016 feature on the ten amazing women who look–well, my first thought was: they look like me! I think that’s exactly what you wanted, right? That we find ourselves in these women, these sheroes. These women you feature are diverse, engaged, beautiful inside and oh yeah, beautiful outside too. Your other features did not disappoint. I was especially proud and grateful you featured a Planned Parenthood director; it helped me see you were willing to stick your necks out. I wish I wanted advertising work–I could totally sell your magazine! But I know almost no one here and really want to offer my particular services as mentioned. But I do write–if you get the chance, feel free to take a look here: at my writerly website (in contrast to my coaching and consulting website) and let me know if ever you need stringers! I already blog for my two websites plus a third focused on…science communications! I write about a lot of diverse stuff. Thanks again! PS: Why no subscriptions? Perhaps we could subscribe to the online edition?

  5. I love reading bella and always look forward to Hayleigh Worgan’s articles. As one who struggles with wanting more/wanting less, “Exploring Minimalism” was thought-provoking and inspiring! Thanks once again for articulating feelings I hadn’t put in to words.

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