If you can shop to bands like Grizzly Bear, how groundbreaking are they? An informal survey of the critically acclaimed music I heard while shopping or eating out
With Pink Floyd at the Paramount, the Dead and Jefferson Airplane revival at the Jefferson and the Beatles at the Pavilion, it’s like 1968 up in here
What’s going on this weekend?
The composer, jazz musician and teacher shows us his favorite parking lot in the latest installment of this series, where local artists show us local spots that inspire them
The acclaimed songwriter announced on his website that July and August dates are canceled
Assistant General Manager Anne Williams is acting general manager. Meanwhile, lots of whispers, but no word from the station’s Board of Directors
Edgar Bronfman, Jr. owned 7 percent of the struggling media company’s stock. WMG sold for $3.3 billion
The genre-bending cellist plays the Southern tomorrow
An arts fundraiser roundup, IllVille Crew at Rapunzel’s, and Mariana Bell’s CD release
If you missed it last month at the Paramount, catch it at 9pm in the comfort of your home
Some students now eligible for Colbert Arts Scholars Awards.
Celeb alert! Daniel Day-Lewis plays Honest Abe
The Paramount hosted an Oscar party last night
We dare you to try to squeeze everything in tonight: CLAW, Carolina Chocolate Drops, Corsair, Eternal Summers an epic battle and more
Plus, spinning new discs by Thomas Gunn and Corsair
The UVA-hosted event, "Design Thinking" explores collaboration, creative research and community, using architecture and the arts…"
The UVA grad rose to prominence as producer of the Narnia series, and presented his film "Lake City" at the ’08 Virginia Film Festival
Douglas curated "Excavating New Ground: American Art in the 1970s," at the UVA Art Museum, and plots a move to the Jefferson School African-American Heritage Center
Dang, it’s Booker T.! And a huge weekend for music of all stripes
Forty years ago, you might have found Judith Shatin, a Ph.D. student in composition at Princeton University, slithering under the cover of night
Belmont business owners encouraged to air their concerns about weighty noise restrictions separately
This is a post-Bel Rio world. Learn more and say your piece from at 2:15pm tomorrow