The Peninsula Fine Arts Center is on a mission to use art to heal our heroes. They’re asking for your help.
For the 15th year, the Virginia Beer Festival celebrates the art of beer with a bounty of brews from across the state, the country, and around the world. The Mid-Atlantic’s largest, oldest and most dynamic beer festival celebrates a diverse selection of more than 150 brews from around the world.
Dear Commissioners Kirwin and Loyola, I am writing on behalf of the Arts Advocacy Program at the National Coalition Against Censorship. As an organization dedicated to promoting the First Amendment right to free speech, including freedom of artistic expression, we are troubled to learn of your recent threat to cut future funding to The Virginia […]
Spring is here, summer is approaching. Our bodies are yearning for warmth, sunlight and movement. However, winter may have left you feeling sluggish, heavy and stagnant. Whether you are a beginner or more seasoned (pun intended) yogi, spring is a great time to grow your yoga practice.
The Chesapeake Bay Foundation (CBF) is offering oyster gardening seminars this June across Tidewater Virginia to help waterfront homeowners grow oysters for restoration efforts.
This is what tyranny looks like: when a person of influence tries to impose their religious beliefs on the rest of society.
Since 1984, Hope House Foundation has hosted the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival, a two-day community event featuring more than 120 artists displaying and selling their works.
The City of Norfolk is excited to invite you to help us shape our city’s future at a series of three upcoming community visioning meetings.
David Bowie is still dead. He is not risen. He has not returned. On the third day, no one arrived to roll the stone from his crypt.
The Hillier Ignite Fitness Park will break ground at 36th Street on the beach Monday, May 16.
The phrase “kids will be kids” pardons some misbehavior; however, certain kids seem to get called to the principal’s office a lot more often than others.
Nikki Starr has appeared on “Who Wants to be a Millionaire,” VH1’s “World Series of Pop Culture,” and the very first Tell Me More… Live Storytelling Night.
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The Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) announces the opening of “Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of Hi-Fructose” (Turn the Page), on view May 22 through Dec. 31, 2016. The exhibition is a collaborative initiative by two like-minded organizations, MOCA and Hi-Fructose, The New Contemporary Art Magazine, based in San Francisco, California.