Submit a design before June 1 for a building in the Ix complex
Eisley at the Southern, Foxfield, Live Arts’ inaugural Shorts Fest, Derby Dames Downtown and more
A few Thursday updates
In the glory days of the Dallas Cowboys—the early 1990s—kids used to joke about how the team’s compact, unstoppable running back Emmitt Smith took ballet lessons in the off-season. It made theoretical sense, kind of, that studying movement would improve his footwork. But the thought that it was Smith’s moonlighting in Capezios and a tutu […]
The comedy director-turned-ascetic talks "I Am," which showed at last year’s VA Film Fest
Old Calf releases "Borrow a Horse" and lots more
Warm weather concert season is upon us
Last week marked the fourth anniversary of Seung-Hui Cho’s shooting rampage on the campus of Virginia Tech that killed 32, plus Cho, and injured 17. In the four years since, even as Nidal Malik Hasan and Jared Lee Loughner have used legally-purchased firearms for mass murder, there has been little progress in reforming the loose […]
We knew Manorlady was good. But this good? Enjoy rainy day tunes from the California-bred local trio.
Drive-by Truckers play tomorrow at the Pavilion or free at Plan 9 for Record Store Day, and much more
When Luke Nutting was home in New Hampshire between semesters at boarding school, he says he’d pack his dog and resonator guitar into a rowboat, push off into the Connecticut River and teach himself to play in open-G tuning. That’s the tuning that bluesmen like Skip James and Son House used to achieve that unrestrained, […]
"Mapping the Dark" at Live Arts and "Dirty Barbie" at the Hamner; plus, a (sort of) funny joke (sort of) related to Itzhak Perlman’s Sunday performance
Depending on what you find funny, Denise Stewart either has the best or the most offensive sense of humor in town. She is both an actress and a writer, and with Mendy St. Ours, she performs as the Tip-Top Twins, a bouffanted fictional comedy duo said to entertain at the diner of same name with […]
Welcome to C-VILLE’s Design Annual!
City Council gave the go-ahead last night. Plus, Snoop Dogg is coming to town
The band hits the Jefferson on Saturday in support of "Nine Types of Light," out April 12
R. Kelly Monologues at the Southern and openings across town, McCutcheon and more
Since she first conceived the “visual fiction” project in the late 1990s, local multimedia artist Rosamond Casey has curated a series of projects that have all fallen under the banner of “Mapping the Dark: A Museum of Ambient Disorders.” First it was a 2003 installation at McGuffey Art Center. Then it was a mixed-media art […]
Plus, what’s in this week’s paper.
Sons of Bill, too, on June 17-18
At about 5’8", in jeans, faded Mets t-shirt and almost tube-brimmed Giants hat, Mike Bisceglia is an unlikely media mogul. But he is perhaps the first, at least locally, to monetize an emergent media form: the podcast. “At the radio station, we like it,” says Bisceglia, who rounds up the local sports scene on WINA’s […]
Interactive website "Assignment Afghanistan" wins the coveted prize