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Blackwater Bike Shop's cycle buffs apply their expert knowledge toward the building, repairing, and tuning up of bikes so cyclists can take to the trails no matter the season. The tune-up begins with a cable-lubing and thorough adjustment of the bearings and gears. Surgical calibrations are made to the tension of the brakes, ensuring riders can stop on a dime, pick it up, and buy a Chiclet without ever dismounting. Derailleurs are inspected and rebuffed to transform sticky gears into smooth shifters. Wobbly wheels then undergo a truing process to increase pedal-pumping efficiency, ease momentum retention, and keep two-wheelers from veering off into the unicycle lane. Aside from tune-ups and repairs, Blackwater Bike Shop advocates for cycling and cyclists by remaining involved in the community and encouraging others to do so as well.
Now in its sixth season, Opera on the James regales ears with the majestic beauty of operatic works performed by nationally renowned singers. Love Makes the World Go 'Round corrals the talents of four acclaimed vocalists—Allison Pohl, Brendan Daly, Adelaide Muir Trombetta, and John Dooley—who have collectively shattered chandeliers and monocles at prestigious companies such as the Colorado Opera, the Boston Lyric Opera, and the Bronx Opera. Throughout the evening, the quartet of euphonic belters unleashes its pipes on a program that showcases popular songs from the classical opera canon as well as Broadway show tunes. In the elegant interior of the Joy and Lynch Christian Warehouse Theatre, oak flooring stylishly cushions feet while restored brick walling induces wolves to seek out easier, straw-built concert halls to crash.
The Corset Corner opened its door in 2005, it is a special place to shop and a cozy environment, a place to be fitted, to pamper yourself with the finest women's lingerie. We have a complete Bridal area, just for Brides, we carry a full line of Bridal Lingerie and Gifts... Corsets, Bustiers, honeymoon wear.
A bugle boomed with a brash moan that bordered on shrill, as if the metal it was made of were on the verge of shattering like glass. Its player drew a sideward glance to his wife, whose neck was contorted in the throes of a visceral shriek as she slammed a wooden spoon against the tin washbasin. Darkness was giving way to the orange of morning on June 18, 1864, and the Union's Major General David Hunter was presumably within earshot. The clamor of Lynchburg's citizens was their first defense, making the Confederate forces sound larger and stronger than they actually were. It was a smart move, as Hunter eventually retreated because he believed he was outnumbered.
The concise Confederate victory preserved many historical sites in Lynchburg, which had been the United States’ second wealthiest city per capita before the Civil War devastated the economy. Today, the Lynchburg Museum traces the stories of the region, from the cannons and flags of the Civil War to a flight suit worn by hometown astronaut Leland Melvin. More than 20,000 artifacts are housed within the former Lynchburg courthouse, which was built in the Greek Revival style in 1855, replete with architectural details including fluted Doric columns and a pedimented portico inspired by the Parthenon.
Less than a mile away, Point of Honor accommodates guests within the re-created plantation kitchen of the restored Federal-period mansion built in 1815 by Dr. George Cabell Sr., friend to both Patrick Henry and Thomas Jefferson. Guests can peer out at a vista of the James River before exploring the Medicine in Early Virginia exhibit, which highlights tools and methods practiced by Dr. Cabell such as giving patients colds in order to cure their rickets.
"Never, never, never give up," is the driving mantra for David Oreck, who flew combat missions with the US Army Air Forces in World War II and returned home to build a business empire from scratch. He set out to design a machine to lighten hotel employees' load, making a lightweight vacuum cleaner as opposed to the traditional bulky, burdensome commercial cleaners. Naturally, the domestic market began clamoring for his high-powered yet easy-to-handle devices, and soon Oreck vacuums could be found in homes throughout the country.
Today, the company continues its tradition of innovation, simplifying household tasks with Steam-Glide mops for hard floors, HEPA-filter upright vacuums, and stain-killing cleaning products. Oreck's commitment to clean sends it headlong into the future, with high-tech air filters that react to their environment with automatic sensory controls, filtering odors, allergens, and curse words.