Tonight’s the final Public Art Master Plan meeting, and there’s still a survey you should take about the whole thing. Why care about public art? Read on, friend. Read on.
Stoner Winslett speaks about the famous tragedy’s parallel with some of modern society’s problems. Here’s why you should see the ballet this weekend.
A whole lot of other things happened in the former City Auditorium before the kids took over.
Three days of performances by the Richmond Symphony, Desiree Roots, No BS! Brass Band, and more, all for free!
Photographer Thomas Schiff and VMFA Director Alex Nyerges will lead the tour of the museum’s Virginia 360 exhibition.
So much to do, so much to see, and so much joy that it’s not raining.
The show begins February 24th at the theatre in Scott’s Addition
Meet someone wonderful, fall tragically in love, bring them to the ballet for free, try not to poison each other.
It’s a show this time—a dang good show featuring seriously good musicians, both local and non.
And you thought February was just a month to eat boxed chocolate and cuddle! Sure, you can do all those things but look at all these things, too!