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Newly Re-Discovered Japanese Work on Display at the Chrysler

Written by Erin Cook.

Sometimes I like to consider myself a mini expert on Japan. I learned to speak and write Japanese in school years ago; I’ve traveled all over Japan numerous times; and most currently relevant, my brother, who has lived in Japan for 13 years, married into the coolest family of Japanese artists.

Reasons to Leave Your House: Animal Mating & Dating Edition

Written by Stephanie Harris.


7-9pm: Meet the FBI’s “real Indiana Jones” at the Mariner’s Museum during an edge-of-your-seat presentation. For more, click here.

7:30pm: See the Joffrey Ballet at the Ferguson Center for the ArtsFor more, click here.

8pm: Beginning Thursday and running through Sunday, the College of William & Mary’s Department of Theatre, Speech & Dance and the Orchesis Dance Company present An Evening of Dance. Tickets range from $7-15, and shows are 8pm Thursday through Saturday, and 2pm on Sunday. For more, click here.

8:30pm: Kick back on your couch with your favorite friend and join Skye’s Bountiful Bling Bling Birthday Bonanza Concert! Though this is really a reason NOT to leave your house (the internet is awesome), it should still be loads of fun with new songs, 90s covers, laughs, games, prizes and more. For more, click here.

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If You Read the Paper: VB Stadium is too small to attract big team

Written by Zack Miller.

VB Stadium is too small to attract big team. 


I love the idea of having a huge stadium in Norfolk-Virginia Beach. It just has to be built big enough. Not only is the proposed area for the stadium a poorly accessible dead end of a highway, but the arena itself is simply too small. There likely isn’t a team that would be willing to relocate to a new stadium that has such a small seating capacity. Most arenas in the NBA have around 19 or 20,000 seats, with the lowest being in Sacramento, at around 17,000. The VB Stadium would only hold 15,500, and that's simply not worth it to a huge NBA franchise to relocate. 

Theater Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof at Little Theatre of Norfolk

Written by Brian Kirwin.

There have been a few cant missproductions in the Hampton Roads theater season this year, and Little Theater of Norfolks Cat on a Hot Tin Roofdeserves its spotlight on that top tier. A professional-level production throughout, it oozes with great performances that will stay with you long after the curtain falls.