The English Speaking Union is sponsoring the 4th annual Bardathon today at Richmond CenterStage. Students from eight area high schools and one of from Russia are taking part.
The Richmond SPCA will stage its 11th Annual Dog Jog and 5K Run on Saturday morning.
More than 8,000 students from 53 Virginia high schools competed this year in the Poetry Out Loud recitation competition. The state finals are Thursday at the November Theatre.
The Lake Country Outdoor Sportsmen's Show scheduled for March 22 and 23rd has been cancelled.
Petersburg's Sycamore Rouge Theater will observe Black History Month with a performance of the true life story of Elizabeth Keckly.
"Billy Elliot," the musical, opens a five-performance run on Friday night at the Landmark Theater. On Broadway, the show won 10 Tony Awards.
The University of Richmond is sponsoring a Supplier Diversity Business Expo Jan. 11 at the Jepson Alumni Center.
When the hit Broadway musical "Monty Python's Spamalot" opens Friday night at the Carpenter Theater, the role of King Arthur will be played by a Virginian.
Brian Ford of RBC Wealth Management joins us Monday mornings for business news analysis.
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"Children of Eden," the musical opening tomorrow night at the Jewish Community Center on Monument Avenue, was written by Stephen Schwartz whose most recent Broadway hit is "Wicked."