Archives: A&E


John Lennon’s art makes a visit to Richmond

First the Big Bike Race™ pledged a visit, now Bag One Arts—Yoko Ono’s collection of John Lennon’s artworks. Are…are we the coolest city in school? This incredible exhibit comes to Chasen Galleries in May.


Live music in April: Bob Dylan, Gallery5 turns 10, Matthew E. White, XL102 Local Exposure, and more

Happening this month: Gallery5 turns 10, bands battle it out for the big time, Spacebomb artists are back in town, and Bob F***ing Dylan!


RVA Hackathon: Get ready to hack, 2015-style

2015 wasn’t just the year that Periscope broke the internet (near future), it’s the year from Back to the Future Part II. So this year’s RVA Hackathon swears it will be just as awesome.


This week’s local theater openings

The world’s a stage!

Ashley Hawkins & Ross Trimmer

Community print shop crowdfunds for a major new ‘addition’

The nonprofit will open a 7,000-square-foot community print shop in Scott’s Addition May 1st.


March Festivals

March is like the preview for Festival Season—spring things starting to pop up and St. Patrick’s Day rolling through our lives. This March will come in like a lion and go out like a really tired lion.


2015 French Film Festival Guide

A little more insight into the films that will give you a better idea of how to put together your game plan. You…are putting together a game plan, right?


Atkinsons at Poe’s April 3rd

Music, food, and beer.

Hall of Small Mammals

Join author Thomas Pierce for a reading at Chop Suey Books

The Charlottesville author will read from his acclaimed debut book, ‘The Hall of Small Mammals’ April 9th.


Traveler Series debuts at Balliceaux

An early evening event, celebrating music and traditions that have traveled through space and time to expand the bandwidth of our RVA-2015 ears and hearts.