#22 Virginia Commonwealth University dropped its fifth game in the last nine with a 59–55 loss to Dayton Saturday afternoon in the Stuart C. Siegel Center.
What is this warmth? Is this the sun? No, it is not, it is the feeling of joy that there are too many things to do this weekend. Time to get up and at ‘em.
The race will impact traffic along the routes from September 19th to September 27th.
We spent actual minutes of our time trying to perfect the right image of “guys working at a place called Black Heath Meadery.” Some of us got a little breathless and starry-eyed. Also, the RVA Brewcraft competition, how to keep your beer from spilling, and new beers from old places!
There were simply too many things this weekend. I have failed in my duty to narrow it down for you. Picture me as a robot with all of my springs coming from my head and saying “Too much fun, too much fun” over and over.
Finish up Black History Month with a free screening of a groundbreaking movie from 1933, starring Richmond’s own Bill “Bojangles” Robinson.
RVANews picture of the day.RVANews picture of the day.
No more snow (but another snowday), llamas, and dresses.
#22 VCU is coming off of a bizarre double-overtime loss, and Dayton is riding a bizarre roster-depleting season. Both teams will meet in the Stuart C. Siegel Center on Saturday. One will emerge in first place in the Atlantic 10 while the other will be left in threat of losing a Brooklyn double-bye.
There’s a lot of great music to check out this month including the Lumineers’ Stelth Ulvang, Catfish and the Bottlemen, Mozart, The War on Drugs, SWANS, and more.