. . . “You think I’m not a goddess? Try me. This is a torch song. Touch me and you’ll burn.” — Margaret Atwood, 1939.
In solidarity with the Women’s March in Washington there will be a sister march in Norfolk tomorrow, January 21.
Hampton Roads Pride will facilitate a panel and Town Hall discussion for the LGBT and allied communities, moderated by Barbara Hamm Lee, host of WHRV-FM’s Another View. The discussion will feature community leaders and representatives from regional law enforcement agencies in Hampton Roads, including the FBI.
Musical farces are so much fun to perform, listen to, and to watch. The best of them become bucket list productions that the best talent in theatre simply must do at some point in their careers.
All Weekend Long Now through Sunday: Enjoy Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week.
Learn to be a better advocate for marijuana reform!
Dear Senator Warner,One of the main roles of federal government agencies and departments is to protect Americans from dangers, both foreign and domestic. These fundamental duties cannot be performed at a high level by agencies with leaders inadequate to serve the American people.
Here we are. At a moment that will come to define our nation and our generation for countless years to come: the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump. Are you ready?
Oh, Anthony. You claim to love Norfolk, but this isn’t love.
In an effort to protect and expand women’s health care in Virginia, House Democrats said Tuesday they have introduced three bills to ensure easier access to abortion and contraceptives.
“How are you?” Jesse asked as we sat on our yoga mats. I looked into his eyes and knew exactly what he meant. He felt it too.
“We are the breath of our ancestors” rang the harmonized voices of Old Dominion’s choir, an appropriate sentiment for the events unfolding the night of January 11th.
At a one-of-a-kind event, Friends of Norfolk’s Environment and the City of Norfolk are offering up 450 fruit and nut trees for free to Norfolk residents.
A state lawmaker and his supporters Thursday defended legislation telling transgender individuals which bathroom they must use – a proposal that Gov. Terry McAuliffe has vowed to veto.