We named the wrong restaurant in a story about a recent closing in the Village Shopping Center on Three Chopt Road (“Short Order,” Food & Drink, Aug. 13). The Grapeleaf restaurant is no longer operating.

In a profile of Bill Goodwin (“The Power List,” Cover Story, July 23) we incorrectly reported that he gave $120 million to start the Community Foundation. Rather, it was a transformational gift for the group, which was founded in 1968.

In Home Style (“Fresh From the Farm,” Cover Story, August), we misplaced a paragraph about the Byrd House Market. The correct text will run in the September issue. Also, raw milk is not sold by Avery's Branch Farms; rather, people who own shares in the cow can pick up the milk.



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