A first of its kind solar energy project is now on Virginia’s grid.
Last night (12/13), PBS premiered its latest series at the Byrd Theater. The company’s new civil war drama Mercy Street is based and filmed in Virginia. It's PBS' first American-made production in a decade and state officials are hoping the series will bring sight-seers and add a boost to the economy.
Tourism is one of Virginia’s five largest industries.
88.9 WCVE’s recently retired News Director Wayne Farrar was honored Wednesday night (9/9) with the Crutchfield Distinguished Service Award at the Virginia Society of Professional Journalists annual George Mason Banquet.
In 1915, the Southern Railway opened a new passenger station in Richmond at 102 Hull Street, now home to the Richmond Railroad Museum. In July, they’ll be celebrating with a party, to which you are invited. 88.9 WCVE’s Charles Fishburne has this video report.
Charles Fishburne has the story of Miller & Rhoads “Real Santa,” and an earlier career you may find hard to believe…
The Blue Sky Fund is a non-profit that is letting the sun shine into the lives of city kids. The stated mission of the Blue Sky Fund is to provide “transformational experiences for urban youth through outdoor education.”
Larson Wijesooriya is Executive Director of the Fund.
They design monthly field trips to teach science and life skills for third and sixth graders from eight Richmond elementary schools.
If you’re a fan of live music in Richmond, odds are good that at some point you’ve run across the path of Herbert ‘Debo’ Dabney. Debo is everywhere.
On Friday morning (10/10), there will be a ribbon cutting ceremony at Bon Secours Memorial Regional Medical Center in Mechanicsville to officially open the Hanover Crisis Intervention Center. The new center is a partnership with Hanover supervisors, Community Services, and the Sheriff’s office.
Yvette Johnson-Threat is the acting chief medical officer at Memorial. She explained that there will be a specially trained sheriff’s deputy assigned to the center as well as a crisis clinician and a peer specialist.
Theoretical physicist and University of Maryland Professor, Jim Gates, is well known for his work on Super String Theory, a theoretical framework for the universe composed of one dimensional filaments that act extra dimensionally in a multiverse.
Dr. Gates is the second of a series of speakers at the Science Museum of Virginia addressing science and spirituality. He is the Harvard Foundation’s Scientist of the Year for 2014, and also serves on the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology.
On Sunday, September 14th, the performance arts companies of Richmond CenterStage will present a season preview. They’re calling the show Curtains Up! Ryan Ripperton, Executive Director of SPARC chairs the CenterStage Resident Company Association. Tickets, he said, are available now, and they are not expensive.