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Building: Northern Virginia

The Green Outdoors

Outdoor trends aren’t as sexy as bamboo flooring or concrete counters, but they’re just as important in reducing environmental footprints.

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Perspective

Time for a Professional Makeover?

Oh, but for the days when losing a few pounds was the most challenging of our new-year objectives.

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Meetings & Conventions

Working Through It

Down doesn’t mean out. Keeping your career on track in the face of serious illness.

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New Floridian

Rolling Thunder

Heather learned to ride a bike at age 5. She’d have done it sooner, but she had to wait for her first pair of legs.

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New Floridian

Wake, Paddle & Roll

Two hours or so paddling the river and I was relieved to find that I had, indeed, married the right person.

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New Floridian

The River Mild

There’s no mellower way to enjoy natural Florida than from the smooth, snug confines of an inner tube.

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Los Angeles Times

Embracing Relaxation on Key Largo

Longing for splendid sunsets, sublime diving and a taste of the Jimmy Buffet lifestyle? Sail away to Key Largo.

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New Floridian

Nostalgia with Fries

It’s Friday night in St. Petersburg, and in a parking lot off 49th Street folks are drinking beer and talking cars.

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Communications Crossroads

Will Going Green Be Enough?

Can eco-conscious telecoms can benefit themselves, and the environment, without compromising service?