The City of Norfolk is seeking works of art to reproduce and display in the Five Points neighborhood.
For the first time in Norfolk, audiences will experience the Virginia Symphony Orchestra performing music to the entire film live from one of the most beloved film series in history.
Screaming Females are here to save rock ‘n’ roll. Actually they were here, at Toast on July 22nd, thanks to the Mini-LAVA Fest.
Ralph Northam and Ed Gillespie won their parties’ respective primaries in June and are campaigning fiercely to be Virginia’s next governor. But they’re not the only candidates in the race.
Dorothy Gale taught us some valuable lessons. One: don’t steal ruby slippers from witches, even if they’ve been crushed by a flying house. Two: There’s no place like home.
Thursday 5:30-8pm: Enjoy some free entertainment as you listen to music at the Towne Place at Greenbrier Summer Concert Series. 6pm: Join in on the Dragon Search at the Oceanfront, a family event that ends in a free screening of “Pete’s Dragon.”
The Hermitage Museum is closing out its Sunsets on the River concert series with a bang in two weeks with a finale concert headlined by local favorites, The Hot Gumbo Brass Band.
Stand near the stage at most any Robert Earl Keen concert and you’ll find yourself in something like a raucous frat party.
Norfolk could be getting one of its defining pieces of adaptive reuse if the City Council approves plans to let a church property on the Hague become a Champion micr0brewery.
Climate change threatens public health and safety here on land, but recent revelations show it has having a huge, negative impact underwater as well.
25 restaurants are participating in this year’s Downtown Norfolk Restaurant Week.
The obstacles to doing a Pucker Up interview are three-fold:
Next to Normal, directed by Christina Westenberger, is being presented by the Williamsburg Players as a six-performance special event in proud support of the Williamsburg chapter of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (or NAMI). NAMI is a support, education and advocacy organization for and by individuals with serious mental illnesses, their families and friends.
Having attended Catholic Schools through high school, I am always a little wary when someone asks me if I would like to go see a musical about a nun.