A new exhibit at the Virginia Historical Society commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. It's entitled Revolutions: Songs of Social Change, 1860 to 1865 and 1960 to 1965.
Tomorrow morning at 10, the Virginia War Memorial will host its 4th Artifacts Roadshow.
One of Richmond’s major food festivals happens this weekend in the Azalea Garden at Bryan Park. The Vegetarian Festival runs from noon until 6.
This morning, The School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community is revealing the line up for the 2013 edition of Live Art.
The 18th Annual South Central Bike Fair rolled into Chase City yesterday and the Chamber of Commerce threw a party. The event, to benefit the Chase City Volunteer Fire Department, continues through Saturday night.
This is National CPR Week and the Central Virginia CPR Council is offering free cardio-pulmonary resuscitation classes.
The Richmond based American Youth Harp Ensemble will present its 10th Annual Classical Jam on Saturday at the Grace Baptist Church.
All Things Considered co-host Audie Cornish tells WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal about the difference between reporting and hosting, how two journalists can live under one roof and how she developed near-perfect diction growing up outside Boston to Jamaican parents.
Audie Cornish, cohost of NPR's All Things Considered (Monday-Friday, 4 pm), visited Richmond May 2 to help WCVE Public Radio celebrate its 25th anniversary. She spoke to assembled supporters at the Modlin Center for the Arts. WCVE's VP-GM Bill Miller presided.
West Side Story has been among the best loved shows of American musical theater for more than fifty years. Next weekend the updated version plays Richmond’s Landmark Theater.