These somber young rockers go all acoustic on us
Update: Aretha will be here October 27.
Plus, a look inside this week’s paper.
What am I gonna do with these things?
Teresa Lewis, who masterminded a plan to kill her husband and stepson, died by lethal injection last night
It’s a poet! It’s a clown! It’s…!
Whether it’s felled trees from the microburst (ArtInPlace) or empty storefronts on the Downtown Mall (CommonPlace Arts), our arts community seems ready to repurpose sadness itself.
Plus, LCD Soundsystem and Sleigh Bells are coming to the Charlottesville Pavilion, and a look inside this week’s paper
Plus, what’s that thing on Second Street? And a look at what’s in this week’s paper
Owner Deramus says he won’t renovate the rented space to meet city requirements.
Wendy Hsu and Carey Sargent played a couple of songs from their Plastic Ono Band-inspired duo to accompany this week’s cover story about women in rock.
Bella Morte tomorrow, a chance to stargaze tonight and great theater all weekend
And it’s not a slapstick comedy. Plus, notes on Jesse Winchester and the Paramount Theater’s big milestone
Posted the wrong band this morning, but I promise that’s what Pollstar said!
Plus, who were those folks wearing sleighbells on their shins Saturday on the mall?
It’s a weekend chock full o’ theater options.
Exhibits at Kluge-Ruhe and McGuffey blur the lines between artist and nonartists. (But who could forget our legit artists?)
It’s official: LOOK3 becomes LOOKbetween in its fourth year, which sounds great, but get your tickets fast. Plus, Coran does a good deed
First Fridays, Sharon Jones, Levon Helm and tons more to do.
The local jazz man passed away last month.
Plus, some notes from Friday’s Parachute concert, and Matmos today at UVA