On September 11, a new fair will feature waitstaff olympics, a barbeque cookoff and lotsa bands.
The celebrated magazine’s managing editor took his own life Friday.
Plus, a look inside this week’s paper.
Plus, music to move to (your stuff, not your body).
Plus, a local blog throws a music and art fest at the Southern in September
What kind of arts projects is Charlottesville trying to float with small donations at Kickstarter.com?
As you leave the Virginia Center for Creative Arts in Amherst, you pass a sign that reads “Welcome to the Real World.” Of course, the real world can be a place where artists struggle to make ends meet, or juggle equal commitments to making art and making ends meet. A show that opens September 10 […]
Willie Nelson’s contributions to the American musical canon are so great that he could’ve ululated naked Saturday at the Charlottesville Pavilion
Another break for the local documentary filmmakers. Plus, a look in this week’s Arts section.
Five for Friday: Your weekend preview
After Love is a Mixtape was released in 2007 to great fanfare, Rolling Stone contributing editor Rob Sheffield joined the ranks of onetime locals whose name current locals love to drop. That’s not likely to change with the release of his new book, Talking to Girls About Duran Duran, released this month, about growing up […]
About 200 volunteers and supporters gathered July 12 for a much-anticipated town hall meeting to discuss the future of WTJU, UVA’s community radio station. It seemed to bring to a close a contentious period between some members of the 53-year-old station’s volunteer staff and university administrators, who shelved plans that DJs feared would put an […]
This weekend, a guy who had never seen the slackers in action became a guy who has. Plus, a look in this week’s paper.
Invisible Hand and B.C. rock Random Row for the local free-form station, which, for now, will stay as it is.
What’s your favorite song about the summer? Mine? Check out the thumbnail for a clue.
“How can I get through a year of Spanish? How can I not look dumb in track? How can I gain 20 pounds by Friday? How can I make my voice not crack?” These questions, from “Thirteen/Becoming a Man,” are central to 13, the rollicking teen musical that opens at Live Arts on July 23. […]
At the long-anticipated meeting, one guy spoke on behalf of a "bona fide" anonymous investor with a harebrained scheme to buy the station.
An administrative about-face should blow the process open. Plus, spinning Pantherburn member Phillip St. Ours debut disc The Bear.
Inaugurating an all-new, easy to swallow format for your weekend roundup.
Updated: Joli Millner annihilated the Kids Week competition, with a final tally of $14,401
Take the guy who choreographed the video for Cameo’s “Word Up,” a two-decade resident of Charlottesville’s French sister city, the guy who lit the Eiffel Tower at its 120th anniversary
It’s a mistake to open Rob Sheffield’s new book looking for another Love is a Mixtape, Sheffield’s Charlottesville-loaded debut about the sudden, unexpected death of his young wife. In that book a natural tension arises in the disconnect between Sheffield’s corny, pop-obsessed voice and the book’s dark subject. His second book, Talking to Girls About […]