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The Roanoke Valley's original award-winning city magazine, featuring local restaurants, businesses, people and more!
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The Roanoker Nov 19
With the new opening of Bamyan Afghan Cuisine, four brothers are working to bring a taste of their old homeland to their new home here in Roanoke.
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The Roanoker Nov 16
Author and Roanoke College English professor Mary Crockett Hill releases her new YA book, "How She Died, How I Lived." Learn more about the title and author, as well as her upcoming book signing at Book No Further.
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The Roanoker Nov 15
The Wasena neighborhood welcomes RND Coffee (Roasters Next Door), a pop up cafe located inside The Hive Tasting Room. Grab your coffee to go, or stay and chat with the owner as he describes every flavorful sip.
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The Roanoker Nov 14
We never need much of an excuse to eat delicious guacamole, but as today is National Spicy Guacamole Day, it seems ideal to whip up a batch using this delicious recipe from writer Becky Ellis. Enjoy!
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The Roanoker Nov 13
History, natural beauty and fun activities make Natural Bridge a great place to spend a day. Make plans for a little getaway filled with fall colors and fun!
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The Roanoker Nov 12
This tasty chicken soup recipe will keep you warm and cozy as the temperatures drop.
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The Roanoker Nov 9
Looking for a great place to dine this weekend? Look no further - our biggest reader poll ever will help you with the many choices, from happy hours and appetizers to late-night eats and celebrations and everything...
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The Roanoker Nov 8
Our sincerest thanks and congratulations to for their lovely fall luncheon today at the @the_patrick_henry. Pictured are Dr. A. Nottingham, III after accepting his award (our Top Docs 2016 cover...
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The Roanoker Nov 8
In its heyday, Crossroads Mall was a shopping marvel.
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The Roanoker Nov 8
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The Roanoker Nov 7
As president of Junior League of Roanoke Valley, Susan Stanley-Zahorchak is leading the charge for positive change in the region. Learn more about her, as well as about the upcoming Stocked Market taking place this weekend!
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The Roanoker Nov 6
The Little Gallery - Art Gallery and Boutique recently opened its second location in downtown Roanoke on Market Street.
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The Roanoker Nov 5
Meet a few locals who are following their bliss when it comes to their new careers.
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The Roanoker Nov 2
The new BJ's Wholesale Club in Roanoke, located on Hershberger Road, opens on November 3rd and will mark the 216th location for the company and includes a BJ's Gas station that opened on October 3rd.
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The Roanoker Nov 1
Our Nov/Dec issue is all about FOOD! Our biggest Dining Awards ever, a quest for the best sandwich, young faces in farming, a festive holiday section and more! Cover of Frankie Rowland's Steakhouse's award-winning steak by . Learn more at !
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The Roanoker Oct 30
We had a great time last night at the Good Poppy Boutique pop-up event at our offices! A few of us even wore our new finds to work today!Be sure to check out their super cute clothes&accessories online. Visit their booth at Stocked Market, November 9-11 at the Berglund Center!
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The Roanoker Oct 29
Roanoke College has just concluded its five-year Roanoke Rising Campaign, exceeding its goal of $200 million by more than $4 million.
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The Roanoker Oct 26
Don't forget to check out our contests page for great opportunities to WIN! So many events that are fun for the whole family, or make a great date night or out with friends. See the list of contests here and enter before time runs out!
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The Roanoker Oct 25
Editor will be on the panel discussing the Great American Read and what makes a great story. Don’t miss this free event tonight at 7p at Performing Arts Theater!
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The Roanoker Oct 25
A few ideas for autumn decor, plus a list of festivals from Visit Virginia's Blue Ridge that are sure to get you into the fall spirit.
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