Archives: A&E


Angels In America: Millennium Approaches coming to Triangle Players

The show opens next Thursday at the theatre on Altamont Avenue in Scott’s Addition.


This week’s local theater openings

A military thriller and a heartwarming barbershop story.


Three of Richmond’s psychedelic-drone acts at Hardywood

I have no idea what a psychedelic-drone act is but I’m alright with that.


Richmond Ballet’s New Works Festival and its metallic leanings

Worlds collide in a typically graceful and beautiful way at this year’s New Works Festival.


VCU Arts Student shows take over Anderson Gallery and the Depot

Check out the art.


Breakfast Cabaret Friday morning at Crossroads

Get your Friday started right with music and movement at Crossroads (3600 Forest Hill Ave).


Guerrilla Radio

In an age where local music is overpowered by mainstream on the airwaves, Richmond’s local radio shows and podcasts are keeping the city’s music scene alive.


Watoto: Vibrant music reflects a vibrant Africa

A group of kids goes way out of their comfort zone to try to tell us dullards how cool Africa is, represented by an organization that saves babies and builds families for children in Uganda. No big deal.

The Kanawha Canal in 1865

The sobering, sad story of the Irish in Richmond

We’re in favor of celebrating Irish history by honoring it, and in Richmond’s case, that honor might involve doing a little penance. Whether or not you choose to let it rain on your parade, it will certainly fascinate you.


Matthew E. White on Letterman

“Rock and Roll is Cold”

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