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  • Poolside garden creates backyard paradise

    Poolside garden creates backyard paradise
    When Jim and Dee Meadows returned from their 20th wedding anniversary to Hawaii several years ago, they brought back the beginnings of a perfect poolside garden.
  • Virginia Aquarium mourns loss of two grand old dames: sand tiger sharks

    Virginia Aquarium mourns loss of two grand old dames: sand tiger sharks
    Last month, the Virginia Aquarium lost two of its longtime sand tiger sharks. Aquarium staffers in Virginia Beach say they were saddened by the loss of “Mystic” on Christmas Eve and by “Double Notch” just two weeks earlier. A...

    Dolphin deaths and what the science shows

    Dolphin deaths and what the science shows
    The largest dolphin die-off in Virginia history is a puzzle for researchers and the topic of an upcoming VIMS lecture. Margaret Lynott, manager of the Stranding Response Program at the Virginia Aquarium, will address the stranding epidemic at 7 p.m....

    Summer guide: The best time to visit local attractions

    Summer guide: The best time to visit local attractions
    There is a way to visit local attractions during the summer and beat the crowds, too. Here are some tips on when to head to your favorite spots. What's the best time of the day and day of the week to visit the Virginia Living Museum, in Newport News? 9...

    Sharks play a key role in the Chesapeake Bay, the oceans

    Sharks play a key role in the Chesapeake Bay, the oceans
    Two good things to know during Shark Week: First, sharks aren't on the prowl for us — they much prefer traditional meals, such as seal. And second, if they mistake us for a seal and try to chow down, there's a good chance they won't like us....