By combining 3-D printing and modeling, painting, and sculptural elements, assistant professor of painting Alison Stinely explores personal mythologies and belief systems.
The “largest spectacle of music” returns to the Scope Arena this year as the Virginia Arts Festival presents a cast of hundreds from around the world in the Virginia International Tattoo from Thursday, April 26 through Sunday, April 29. https://www.vafest.org/tattoo/ This is military might through music. There will be military bands from Belgium, Canada, Italy, […]
That number rises to one in five when only children are considered. It balloons to one in three when factoring in only our African American and Latino population. In Virginia alone there are over nine-hundred thousand human beings facing what the USDA labels “food insecurity.” Inadequate access to food is a major problem for far […]
When I was a teenager, I had the good fortune to have a few friends who were in their 20s who happily tolerated a precocious kid who, after algebra class, would organize comic book conventions at the Pavilion in Virginia Beach. Local guitarist, Robin Welch, or local comic book artist, Allen Rowe, would often pick […]
If you’re going to understand me and my time editing AltDaily and everything that’s happened here in Norfolk, I have to start the story a little bit before Miss Cheryl Snow White — her real name, check the birth certificate — picked me up, sight unseen, as I plopped off the moving walkway of Norfolk […]
An unassuming building on 25th street, Norfolk’s own Thank You Gallery, has hosted, and will continue to host, some of the best artists of local, national and international acclaim.
Virginia Community Yoga, founded in 2016 by Christine Harrell, has moved their focus from being a studio based organization, into doing more community outreach through yoga.
The proposed ACP is a 600 plus mile project that would bring natural gas from the fracking fields of West Virginia, to points in North Carolina, and Virginia. Locally, if built it would end in Chesapeake and then spread through the Virginia Natural Gas Southside Connector Pipeline to Norfolk.
If you attended last year’s StarFire Festival or are planning on attending this year’s event, you know that there will be plenty of exciting things to do, including several stages of music, comic books, yoga workshops, eating contests, food trucks galore, cosplay contest, beer pong, virtual reality and more. But, what about the charity being […]
Thursday 6pm: Check out the 30th Annual Juried Art Show with the Governor’s School for the Arts at MacArthur Center.
Twelve years ago, an idea came to fruition that spiced up Hampton Roads, and this weekend, you can experience it. Taste of India (toihr.com) is a wonderful, free, public adventure held at the Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk. The event, organized by Old Dominion University’s Dr. Vinod Agarwal, along with hundreds of community partners, and with support […]
April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month – an opportunity to create community action to end this societal scourge.
On a warm Spring afternoon, fragrant scents of exotic spices and fresh baked breads waft across the parking lot, attracting diners to the tantalizing tastes of India. These smells have been luring guests into the family-run Nawab restaurant on Military Highway in Norfolk since 1992.
After 27 years as artistic leader of the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, JoAnn Falletta yesterday announced that she will conclude her tenure as Music Director in June of 2020, as the organization looks forward to its second century as one of America’s most innovative musical ensembles.