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Check out the Virginia Lottery for your second chance to win big with your favorite daily games! Turn your non-winning Pick 3, Pick 4, and Cash 5 tickets into a second chance at $500 with the 3,4,5 Play Promotion!
With the Virginia Lottery, you can click to view recent nightly drawings for Daily 3, Daily 4 and Cash 25. Daily 3 and Daily 4 drawings are held Monday-Saturday. Cash 25 drawings are held every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, & Friday.
Enter to win one (1) Crimson Trace Gunsite 250 Laser Course prize package. The prize package
consists of: Enrollment (including tuition fees) for the prize winner and his/her guest in
the Crimson Trace Gunsite 250 Laser Course, to be held November 13-17, 2017, at the
Colonial Shooting Academy in Richmond, Virginia; lodging for the winner and his/her
guest for five days and four nights (arranged by Sponsor); round-trip air fare for the
winner and his/her guest to/from Dulles International Airport in Dulles, VA (up to a total
Enter to win a copy of Okra: A Savor the South® Cookbook by Virginia Willis (The University of North Carolina Press, 2014). (ARV $18)
Are you a pod person? If you aren’t already, you soon will be once you read all the great recipes for the Southern staple, okra. Discover 50 recipes for this green vegetable plus expert cooking directions and the “top ten slime-busting tips.” The recipes cover 26 Southern dishes such as Gulf Coast Seafood Gumbo and global recipes that include Moroccan Lamb and Okra Tagine with Preserved Lemons and Cuban Pork with Yellow Rice, Okra, and Annatto Oil. For those with a green thumb, gardening tips and a discussion on heirloom varieties are also provided. If you need a little more convincing before you embrace these pods, try this recipe for Roasted Okra. It’s all the goodness of this vegetable with none of the gumminess.
Enter to Win Magic and Loss: The Internet as Art by Virginia Heffernan. This book makes a bold claim: The Internet is among mankind’s great masterpieces—a massive work of art. As an idea, it rivals monotheism. But its cultural potential and its societal impact often elude us. In this deep and thoughtful book, Virginia Heffernan reveals the logic and aesthetics behind the Internet, just as Susan Sontag did for photography and Marshall McLuhan did for television.