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Central Virginia’s only LIVE, local talk and entertainment show, Virginia This Morning, airs weekdays from 9:00 to 10:00am. Virginia This Morning features tasty recipes, talented musicians, exciting performers, lifestyle advice, and much, much more!


Recent Articles
  • Hidden historical gems in Petersburg

    Martha Atkinson,  Director of Museums with The Petersburg Preservation Task Force (PPTF) and Chip Mann, Executive Director of PPTF shared about a few of the many historical gems that can be found in the City of Petersburg. 

  • Get enrolled for Bryant & Stratto College’s spring semester today

    Beth Murphy, Campus Director for Bryant & Stratton College, stopped by the Virginia This Morning studio to share the details behind the diverse programs offered and the upcoming spring semester.  

  • Chef Ausar AriAnkh’s Tasty Shrimp Lo Mein

    Executive Chef Ausar AriAnkh from The Kitchen Magician Catering Company was LIVE in our kitchen making a delicious and healthy Shrimp Lo Mein. 

  • “Run For The Roses”

    It’s almost time to “Run for the Roses” The 2018 Kentucky Derby is coming up Saturday, May 5th.  You don’t have to go to Kentucky to enjoy a Derby Party. To mark the occasion, Meadow Event Park in Doswell is hosting a Derby party that will benefit The Meadow Historic Barn Restoration Project and Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation.

  • Pedal through Petals

    Instead of tiptoeing through the tulips, Massey Cancer Center is asking you to pedal through the petals for a guided bike tour of Richmond's most beautiful architecture and gardens. 

  • “Striking Out Unemployment”

    Elizabeth R. Howley and Mary Townley from the Next Move Program stopped by the studio to talk about their upcoming fundraiser called, “Striking Out Unemployment.” 70% of people living with disabilities are unemployed. Their organization offers guided internship experiences for young adults with disabilities to give them job training and education necessary to find employment.  

  • Talking to your kids about money

    Jack Kosakowski, CEO Junior Achievement USA joined us by satellite with tips on how to start the conversation with your kids about financial education. Jack says you can start as early as elementary school! He notes that parents are the first source for kids managing their money.

  • Nominate neighborhood unsung heroes to be recognized

    RICHMOND, Va. - Allen & Allen created the ‘Hometown Heroes Program’ to recognize individuals who inspire positive change in and around our communities.

  • Smooth lemon chiffon cake from 1948

    We're celebrating our 70th anniversary this week so Shayne Rogers made a Shaynefully delicious lemon chiffon cake straight out of 1948.

  • Using plants to create your outdoor retreat

    Jessica Noll joined gardening expert, Cambridge Mattice at Colesville Nursery for a lesson on creating outdoor retreats. Colesville Nursery is located at 14011 Nursery Road in Ashland.

  • Streamline your wardrobe

    Wardrobe stylist Jammie Baker showed us how to create a capsule wardrobe. She picked 10 pieces and made 10 different outfits that will take you from day to night and through the weekends.

  • An event for mothers to bloom

    Christina Tinker, the founder of Richmond Moms Blog stopped by our garden to talk about the 2nd Annual Bloom event. She brought Chef Kate Giska the owner of Support Suppers who will be providing food for the event. Kate showed us three appetizers perfect for a spring baby shower: Chicken salad stuffed tomato poppers, Southern Cheese slaw and creamy sweet pepper dip.