With Michael stirring up the waters (literally), be sure to check the links for events before you go. Hopefully, he won’t cancel our awesome weekend because if he can’t stay away, there are loads of things to do for play!
On October 25th from 3 – 6pm, a small business workshop called “Build Your Biz Like a Boss” will be held at the new Enjoy: space on Granby Street in downtown Norfolk, in the former location of Field Guide.
October is National Arts and Humanities Month and a great time to explore your local arts and culture. In retrospect, 2018 might be a landmark year for public art in the City of Virginia Beach thanks to City of Virginia Beach’s endorsement of the first creative arts district, expanded public art initiatives city-wide lead by […]
Norfolk is joining other big- name cities like New York City and Austin with a new way to get around, by bike. The Norfolk Bike Share program, Pace, is leading the way in urban transportation. Pace has a mission in Norfolk to provide high quality bikes that make riding a part of people’s everyday lives. […]
The Virginia Arts Festival has announced that the Russian-American, Olga Kern, has been chosen as the Festival’s new Connie & Marc Jacobson Director of Chamber Music, beginning with the 2019 season.
It’s going to be a beautiful fall weekend. Time to get out and about. There is a lot going on in Olde Towne Portsmouth this weekend. If you haven’t crossed the river in awhile, take the Elizabeth River Ferry (cheap for grown-ups, free for kids), https://gohrt.com/services/ferry/ or bite the bullet and pay the toll. Come […]
d’Art Center will open its national printmaking exhibition and host printmaking event the first night of NEON Festival
The spectacular, Grammy-Award winning Soweto Gospel Choir will perform on Monday, December 3, kicking off the holiday season in Norfolk! Hailing from the town of Soweto (South West Township), the birthplace of South Africa’s democratic movement’s struggle for freedom, Soweto Gospel Choir have thrilled audiences around the world with their stunning blend of African gospel, […]
Downtown Norfolk Council is pleased to announce that Selden Market has selected three new incubator storefront tenants. Slide Thru #FAM and KOR Vintage have begun their build outs and will celebrate their grand openings the weekend of October 12th and 13th. Pure Lagos has transitioned from a pop-up and is already open for business.
Catherine “Kate” Lee Brinkley was a professional librarian at the City of Norfolk’s Kirn Memorial Library. She loved people and was dedicated to educating the citizens of Norfolk through the many services and programs of the Norfolk Public Library system.
Fall is upon us! With the leaves changes and cooler temperatures, it is hard to resist the desire to be outdoors. Getting away from the hustle and bustle of life is important to those outdoor adventure seekers. Did you know that we have some of the best nature spots right here in Hampton Roads? That’s […]
As the old saying goes, “The show must go on.” After a delayed start due to forecasted extreme weather last week, the cast and crew of Virginia Stage Company’s Always… Patsy Cline have created a show under the direction of Amy Jones that embraces sentimentality and introduces a classic country sound to a new generation […]
It isn’t often that a stage production is an adaptation from a movie, but that happens to be the case with Shakespeare in Love. It is a story that flirts with history in an attempt to provide an insight into how Shakespeare may have found inspirations in his daily life to become the acclaimed author […]
Artist, Geoffrey Thompson, has created a series of mixed media works entitled, Pub Portraits, based on his interactions with the people who inhabit the pub below the studio/gallery space he has occupied for the past two years in Virginia Beach. In the tradition of Lautrec or Van Gogh, he has taken images of people from a […]