As stores brace for their holiday sales, travelers make their way from here to there, and familiar jingles start playing on the radio, it’s easy to get wrapped up in the feel-good, ‘it’s the most wonderful time of the year’ vibes.
The Hunger Games: where the colorful and lavish people of the Capital visit the humble Districts each year to pick children to destroy their lives in an effort at oppression.
Now imagine a sort of reverse Hunger Games scenario—a happy Reaping Day--where when the people of the Capital come to your District each year they children... to change their lives for the better.
Norfolk’s new parklet program has been that catalyst for some street activity in Downtown Norfolk recently as one parklet popped up in the Arts District on Granby Street, another has been built a few blocks south on Granby Street, while one more is situated at another location downtown.
Governor Terry McAuliffe today announced that Virginia will host a world class business plan competition during the spring and summer of 2015, with prizes of $1m.
NPS Invites Community Members to Help Name a New School
Mayor Paul Fraim released the following statement following the transfer of the Waterside Festival Marketplace building to The Cordish Companies.
Norfolk City Council approved a new special event permit which provides an opportunity for private businesses to host public parties in a safe environment. A team of city staff and business owners developed the permit after public safety issues arose at several holiday parties last year.
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