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The Roanoker Magazine
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The Roanoke Valley's original award-winning magazine, featuring local restaurants, businesses, people and more!
The Roanoke Valley's original award-winning magazine, featuring local restaurants, businesses, people and more!

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Looking for New Year's Eve Plans? You'll have a ball at Natural Bridge Park and Historic Hotel's 3 parties in 1! Celebrate with 80s, bluegrass, or rock and roll bands (or all 3!) along with food, drinks, and even a midnight breakfast buffet. Call to get your tickets before Dec 13th!
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In case you missed it: See our full list of winners in the 2016 Best of Dining Awards, where you told us about your favorite spots in town. Congratulations to the winners and thanks for setting yet another year of record voting!

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"I love downtowns. Downtown is where art, music, history, food, shopping and open spaces become threads of a story. From the hands of citizens with vision, the threads weave into a beautiful tale unique to the region and its residents."

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A new solo exhibition at a downtown gallery tells stories of strength and heartbreak. Read more about the work of Laura Weeks, featured at Alexander/Heath Contemporary from 12/4 to 1/9.

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Did you know if your dog acts out and you love on him to calm him down, you're actually rewarding bad behavior? Adam Miller of BIG DOG Canine Behavioral Training gives us his tips for giving your pooch some affection!

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Founded in 2011, the Cityworks (X)po has grown in leaps and bounds. As they prepare for their five year anniversary, there are big plans and new ideas in the works.

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In our sixth post of the Dog Training blog series, Adam Miller of BIG DOG Canine Behavioral Training covers the proper way to housebreak your dog.

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"From hiking to biking to kayaking, there’s something for everyone in Roanoke, not to mention a great meal waiting when you finish. So lace up your shoes, throw your mountain bike on your car, and find a life vest because your autumn is about to get a lot more exciting…and delicious."

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We know we're just now sneaking into fall weather, but since we're working on our November/December issue, inquiring minds want to know! (Your comment could end up in print!)
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The Appalachian Trail’s 45 miles and Wintergreen’s bounty of outdoor activities are only the intro to a county full of outside adventure and inside fun, too, in the form of craft breweries and a new distillery. And for a place to sleep? Consider the B&B&B (the last one’s for “beer”) operated by Roanokers Dan and Terri Tatarka.
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