Joan Bowling is a natural at two things: speaking and teaching others how to speak in even the most stressful situations. She was born to do an audio interview about this kind of thing. Get ready for a surge of confidence.
Dr. Katherine Bettin is so warm and so welcoming, we couldn’t limit her to words on a page. This recorded interview will give hope to the lost and encouragement to the found.
Ramen can’t be dead; it just got here.
Monday night’s School Board and City Council leadership announcements indicated that a change is in the wind—or not, depending on how you want to look at it.
It’s Cider Week so let’s talk (technically listen) local cider.
A glimpse into the mind of a our big, ridiculous, wonderful, and newly-five-year-old boy…
VCU’s new athletic director talks about his decision to come to VCU, what being in the Atlantic 10 will do for the school, and how the program will thrive.
by Dean Christesenphotos by Will Fisher The following Q&A was published in The Commonwealth Times on July 1, 2009, and is reprinted here with permission. While the article’s main purpose was to give advice to young musicians wishing to form bands, the responses from Burton, Pace, and White are valuable and should be of interest […]
Drummer Nate Smith is a Chesapeake, VA, native who studied briefly at VCU and now performs with Chris Potter’s Underground. On Wednesday, Underground’s newest album, Ultrahang, was released. Ultrahang is Underground’s third album and is available for purchase on ArtistShare. RVAjazz: Where are you originally from, and what years were you at VCU and in […]
Steven Bernstein will perform at RVAjazzfest with Fight the Big Bull on February 21, 2009, 8pm, at The Camel. Boots of Leather and Glows in the Dark open. Tickets are $10, all ages welcome. by Dean Christesen Trumpeter and arranger Steven Bernstein considers himself to be in a fortunate position. He is one of the […]