Many of us have holiday traditions. Some of my family’s traditions include baking cookies together each year, watching Elf, and visiting with friends and family. One year, we took our kids to Christmas Town at Busch Gardens thinking that we could make that a new tradition. We had a blast, spent way too much, and made magical memories that year. The problem with creating traditions is having the ability to fund them each year.
On December 21, 2014, the Commodore Theatre will celebrate 25 years to the day that it re-opened as the restored Commodore Theatre with a new vision of first-run movies and fine dining, the first such cinema-eatery in the country.
"All too often, it seems that cities designate an arts district in a location and then that area quickly gentrifies, pricing out the creative community it was meant to serve. Rutter Family Art Foundation also hopes to ensure that the foundation for Norfolk’s new arts district is at least a small bulwark against a rapid gentrification of the area." - Rutter Family Art Foundation
Prizes totaling $1,850 to be awarded by esteemed judges William Hennessey, Sheila Giolitti and Dr. Norman F. Goodwin
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