Michelle Erickson is a graduate of The College of William and Mary with a BFA in Fine and Performing Arts. In addition to her considerable contemporary ceramic work, Ms. Erickson has over twenty years experience in working with 17th- and 18th-century reproduction pottery. Her exquisite recreations and contemporary pieces have won critical acclaim internationally and been featured in many national and international publications.
May 2015 is leaving us this weekend – enjoy every moment that we have left!
I’ve lived here in the Tidewater two years now. During that time, I made the one thousand decisions that are involved in building a house, moved twice, volunteered regularly at my grandkid’s school, worked at my freelance gigs, kept walking, practicing yoga and Pilates and tried to find some friends. That left lots of time to get to know my new home – the waterways, trails, farmers markets, historical sites, museums and of course, the restaurants.
Seven Virginia animal shelters are bringing dogs to the "adopt-a-thon" at PETA headquarters in Downtown Norfolk.
Howdy, Hampton Roads! Sorry, didn’t mean to yell, guess we’re all still nursing hangovers from the long weekend. It’s just that we’re so excited about the news this week: Paul Fraim takes on the Gov, DIY Mexican demon summoning, more beer in Ghent, fake cadavers, flag shenanigans, and of course, Tay. Read on!
On this Memorial Day weekend, I’d like to make a point to those who don't put much thought into what this holiday's about.
For decades, Tidewater Community College has worked to make higher education accessible to more women, allowing them to achieve their personal and career goals. Here are five ways that TCC helps women start college or finish a degree or certificate.
I am tall and I am thin and for as long as I can remember I have been "skinny shamed."
On May 18, 2015, I went to the regional office of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality to ask some questions about all the coal dust I’ve been seeing (and photographing and videoing) coming from Norfolk Southern’s remarkably efficient, howbeit appallingly polluting, massive 40’ tall twin tandem rotary rail-car dumpers.
Always new good news in the NEON.
Walking around Granby Street downtown has long been one of my favorite strolls in Hampton Roads. I come from a relatively small town and I still find myself in awe of tall buildings; I walk around wide-eyed and face to the sky like it's my first trip to New York City.
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