Knife & Fork
Summer Camp Guide
Brandon J. Walker
The American Shakespeare Center in Staunton reached two milestones this season: the quarter-century mark and the...
ARTS Pick: Balto
Hidden monuments Portland, Oregon-based folk collective Balto has been called “the band everyone should have heard of...
Liz Duffy Adams’ Or, is Live Arts’ latest offering, a deftly minced hodge-podge of a play, primarily consisting of...
ARTS Pick: Girl Rising
In honor of International Women’s Day, founders of Teen Tech Girls and Feast! have teamed up using Gathr to host a...
With a trademark appreciation for the timeless sound of traditional blues, Corey Harris & The Rasta Blues...
ARTS Pick: Pilobolus
O.K. let’s go Pilobolus is a dance company named after a fungus, and since its inception in the early ’70s, its...
ARTS Pick: God’s Ear
The best new plays are always hard to categorize, and Jenny Schwartz’s God’s Ear is no exception. Staged by UVA’s...
ARTS Pick: Paula Poundstone
Catty lady If you can’t quite place Paula Poundstone, try imagining her with a red brick wall behind her while she...
The evening after In an age where we strive to make sure no one feels left out, it’s important to remember the...
ARTS Pick: SIN
FIREFISH Gallery presents “SIN: An Exploration of Eroticism Through Art.”
Three debut albums
Day trip east
PICK: Broadway in the Park
PICK: The 77z