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Discover Richmond - June 2020 Edition

Will the spring of our discontent give way to a more glorious summer?

On the cusp of this new season, we hope for good health, continued safety and a chance to appreciate – actually, reappreciate – the culture and beauty that highlight Richmond and beyond.

In that spirit, our new edition looks at Virginia as a state of art. From a sparkling city to a natural treasure, from the nation's oldest folk art museum to charming trails and rural retreats, Virginia offers an expansive palette of artistic offerings. We spotlight a dozen notions that might inspire you to forge a creative path.

In other features:

* The Gibson Girl was one of America's idealized depictions of women, but Virginian Irene Langhorne Gibson was more than a pretty face.

* In honor of National Dairy Month in June, we visit two operations that are exploring interesting paths – like robots and ice cream – toward their futures.

* We meet a woman who hopes that a Chesterfield County Jail program will help her leave addiction behind.

* We revisit a historic (if quiet) moment in the history of local boundaries. And from the outdoors, we investigate a "cow killer" whose name isn't its only surprise.

We even get to the root of a stunning flower that shines only briefly in this new season. And in our spring of uncertainty, we hope this edition reminds you of the beauty and richness around us.

Here's to a safe and satisfying summer. Be well, Richmond.

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