All Weekend Long: Thursday through Saturday: Things get spooky on the Ghost Train in Chesapeake. Thursday through Sunday: Oh, Clarice, you can still enjoy Silence! The Musical presented by the Generic Theater at Chrysler Hall. Thursday through Saturday: Check out the Out of Body Experience Clinic / Ghost in the Machine Exhibit at Work Release. […]
Sticks and stones. Well.. No stones. But lots of sticks are going into the Hermitage Museum’s newest art installation. Starting October 2nd, sculptor Patrick Dougherty began the installation of one of his worldwide acclaimed Stickwork sculptures on the grounds of the Hermitage Museum & Gardens. If you’re unfamiliar with the Hermitage — our promotional partner […]
The time has come again, when the air turns crisp, the nights turn dark, and the veil between this world and the next wears thin. Halloween is almost upon us and Hampton Roads is full of delightfully spooky attractions and events for all ages.
Chances are, if you live in Virginia Beach, Norfolk, or Richmond, you have either seen, heard about, bought, or received a piece of art created by Cassie Rangel.
Take time this weekend to experience what I consider to be one of the best new things in Norfolk during an “open house” for some fresh bicycle infrastructure.
Happy 10th Birthday to Norfolk’s Public Art program.
Henry Rollins, who appears at the NorVa on October 20 as part of his spoken word tour, has done just about everything.
No, the issue is not dead.
Our resident underage reporter is a big fan of the nomadic metal act JUCIFER. Evey has been a fan ever since she stumbled across the band in 2011, and is looking forward to seeing them for her fifth time this Sunday at The Taphouse.
Some Beach residents are still struggling after Hurricane Matthew.
Peter Frampton is a lovely human being. His set at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts was billed as part of his “Raw” concert series. The raw, I assume, is due to the venerated artist stripping out all the electrics and relying solely on an acoustic guitar to translate a lifetime of music. Does […]
Could medical marijuana laws lead to an increase in people getting GEDs? An assistant professor at Eastern Virginia Medical School says they do.
Virginia Beach’s I, Ohms claims to “fuse a sinister energy with lyrics sure to take fans on a journey across the fine line that distinguishes madness from clarity.” They’re headlining the next AltDaily Long Live Local Music showcase at the NorVa, along with Friends of Pedro, Accident Prone, and A Time to Die. We got […]
I’m not generally opposed to watching fraternity brothers wrestle — especially when one is shirtless — but I also know that there’s a time and place for everything. In Peninsula Community Theater’s production of Picnic, the male homoeroticism comes in thick and fast, and feels out of step with the proceedings.