Did you know that Johnny Marr almost ended up on the soccer field instead of playing in a band? It’s true. Shortly before meeting a young malcontent named Steven, he went through tryouts with a pro team. There but for the grace of marginal talent, we instead received the Smiths.
Touring with a rock icon can be a humbling experience. “This is kind of how it goes,” Robert McDuffie said of the meet and greets that follow his shows with R.E.M.’s Mike Mills. “So they go to him first, and you hear: ‘You changed my life. Your music has changed my life. Thank you for […]
“The 666 Project” is unlike any other show at the Push Comedy Theater, where usual performances are mainly improv and sketch comedy, and have a casual charm completely worth the $5-$10 ticket price. “The 666 Project,” however, is a compilation of six Halloween-themed scenes, both comedic and dramatic.
Fall is here, Hurricane Matthew is gone, the days are sunny and the nights are cool. This is a great time of the year to come on over to the west side of the Elizabeth River and see what’s going on in Portsmouth. These 10 Portsmouth attractions and local businesses make that dreaded tunnel toll […]
When you ask about record shops in Hampton Roads, everyone has their own favorite. Whether it’s because of the friendly store pet, chillable atmosphere with comfy seating, talkative owner who shares the same music philosophies as you, or the spot you found that one, great record you cherish, one place holds a spot in each […]
The youngsters out there might know Sir Elton Hercules John as that old guy with the crazy glasses, who has raised incredible amounts of cash for AIDS, and championed the rights of the LGBT community years before it was the “right” thing to do.
Fountains of Wayne fans have very little to be happy about these days. While the group hasn’t exactly broken up, there seems to be little to no talk of future projects. But Stacy’s Mom can at least take heart in front-man Chris Collingwood’s solo breakout with Look Park tonight at the Norfolk Yacht Club.
All Weekend Long: Now through Monday: The Greenbrier Farms are haunted. Thursday through Sunday: See Silence! The Musical with the Generic Theater. Thursday through Sunday: Catch one of the shows from The 666 Project: A Horror Anthology at the Push.
Earlier this week the Chesapeake city council made a decision that I find to be deeply un-American, and deeply offensive.
The lobbying turn-style that links Congress with K Street is repugnant and nefarious to the average Citizen.
Downtown Hampton Development Partnership (DHDP) is pleased to announce the opening of Bull Island Brewing Company, the first waterfront brewery in Hampton, on October 29, 2016 from 1 P.M to 9 P.M., located right on the Hampton River at 758 Settlers Landing Road.
As a disabled veteran, my choice to utilize the medicine that works for me makes me a criminal in Virginia. My children, wife, and friends do not want that, nor do I. That is why I have been battling state and federal governments since 2013 on marijuana policy reform.
Group’s Mobile Clinic Will Waive Charges to Help Keep the Scary Specter of Feline Homelessness at Bay
“One does not simply listen to Hot Tropic. Its black tones are guarded by more than distortion. There are beats there that do not sleep. Reptile Tile is ever watchful. It is a music wasteland, riddled with noise, angst, and twang. The very foot you tap is a poisonous sound. Not with ten thousand seconds […]