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In This Issue


Brewing Discontent

Eric Cantor’s loss shocked just about everyone. But why?

Boiling Over

Just about everyone misread the tea leaves. How an orchestrated, years-long ground game pulled off one of the biggest upsets in American political history.

The King is I

Meet Henrico’s living testament to Elvis Presley.

Back to School: The Checklist

The numbers and websites you need before the bell rings.

Back to School: Lunch Crunch

In a rush to make cafeteria food healthier, schools struggle to meet new federal guidelines.
Home & Garden

The Bright Siding

In today’s real estate market, what’s on the outside still matters.

Super Blue

At last, antioxidant-rich blueberries are in season.

Children of the Sun

It’s time to gather seeds – and bring in the plants that thrive in the heat.
In Their Words

Closing the Gap

Why failing to expand health care coverage is bad business.

Medarva: With This Kiss ...

Just like a teen romance, mono usually goes away by itself.

Medarva: ‘Am I Going to Get a Shot?’

Navigating the perils of the pediatric exam.

Medarva: The Serious Business of Play

It’s more than a ‘pleasant pastime’ at Children’s Museum of Richmond.

Medarva: The One Percent

Health insurance costs for many are driven up by a few.
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About Henrico Monthly

Henrico Monthly was launched as a news and lifestyle magazine in March, 2013. An independent audit reported its circulation at 50,344 with 49,701 copies mailed to upscale households in western Henrico County.

August Letters to and From the Editor

Why the anger? I get most of the political rationale. You know, the tea party types and old-line conservatives who see the country barreling toward the gutter.
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