A little gypsy jazz for your listening pleasure. . .
Even people who find modern art to be totally fowl will enjoy the giant Florentijm Hofman piece flying in to celebrate The Chrysler's big re-opening.
NORFOLK, Va. - After taking a successful bite out of the first food truck season, the City of Norfolk is ready to serve up another round.
I'm so excited, I can't wait to meet you there, and I don't care.
If all goes according to plan, art designed to mimic The Northern Lights will be dancing over Scope sometime this summer.
One of the most exciting performers in the country is coming to the Attucks Theater on Friday, March 14.
"Shrimp makes everything better," Gabe says, leaned back in a sport coat and hoodie in a booth off near the bathrooms at a sticky and winsome dive in Chesapeake called 33rd Precinct.
The Jewish Mother in Virginia Beach is no more. Here's longtime mainstay of the local music scene Paul Unger's take on the situation:
We started this project back in October when I was inspired by a winner from Ted Talks named JR.
Not only is it new work from Bryant, but it's a new approach. We're excited.
"What we're trying to do is nail a beer bar and a wine bar at the same time." - Ben Bublick, Eva's