This Wednesday saw the kickoff of the Port Warwick Summer Concert Series in Newport News, and with hundreds locals gathered to eat, dance, and play. It felt like a movie scene of summer.
It’s time to get out and play on Norfolk’s new bigger beach.
I first heard of Tegan and Sara in 2007, the summer after I graduated high school and their indie rock hit “Back in Your Head” was the soundtrack to my summer.
Pungo. It’s one of the best places in Hampton Roads. I grew up in Virginia Beach, and spent many weekends with friends driving Pungo’s two-lane roads, finding hidden spots and taking pictures of the marshes around Back Bay and the weathered grain silos looming over the fields.
Thursday: 10:30am: Start your morning off with music at the Sandler Center during Coffee Concert: Olga Kern and Vladislav Kern, Piano. 4:30-9pm: Stop by Smartmouth during their Awkward Silence DIPA beer release. Go up to the counter and just stare at them.
“Seriously, what about this face says I wouldn’t sell out?” Matt Wade, co-founder of Radio Free Radio, says through a cheshire grin.
Beginning May 26, an enhanced urban kayaking program will give visitors and locals another great reason to join the waterfront fun in downtown Norfolk this summer.
The Old Beach Farmers’ Market is kicking off its 10-year celebration anniversary on Saturday, May 27th, 2017 with a series of events aimed at celebrating its past ten years as it looks forward to a continued and bright future.
What would you think or do if you witnessed, in this very available media age, a literal nervous breakdown or mental decompensation of a political leader? Do you even know what this would look like?
In the interest of democracy in Hampton Roads in advance of the upcoming state and local elections, AltDaily would like to run op-eds and letters of support which illuminate the visions and character of the candidates.
When I learned that the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach was doing the stage adaption of Calendar Girls I knew I wanted to see it.
Current and prospective foster parents are invited to bring their family and friends to what could be the largest event of its kind in Hampton Roads.
Before you can become a town local, you must have some little-known place you like to go, like a restaurant or quiet beach only you and your friends know. My first Norfolk place was the Pretlow Planetarium and its summer series, which has begun anew for the 2017 season.
Throughout 2017, the City of Norfolk is celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the creation of Naval Station Norfolk, the world’s largest navy base.