Former governors Tim Kaine and George Allen met in a debate for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Senator Jim Webb. The debate took place Monday night at the WCVE studios.
Public radio listeners will recognize the name B. J. Liederman as the composer of many of the theme songs used on National Public Radio. WCVE’s Dan Rosenthal spoke with Liederman this week and was told that the musician’s lyrical roots go back to the 60s when his father brought home a copy of the Beatles first album, “Meet the Beatles.”
Hours of video shot over the past nine months are being molded into a documentary about a production staged at the Carpenter Theatre at the end of May by The School for the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC).
Theatre VCU will launch its season Friday night with a fast moving farce.
A high school freshman has organized a walk to raise funds for pancreatic cancer research on Saturday at 8:30 at Saint Christopher's School.
There's a job fair today at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.
This afternoon at 4:30 the Boys and Girls Choirs of the National Cathedral in Washington will present Choral Evensong at All Saints Church on River Road.
The National Night Out has been growing each year in Petersburg, and tonight will be number 29.
The 35th Annual Virginia Lake Festival will welcome an expected 100,000 visitors Thursday through Saturday.
The School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community (SPARC) has launched a summer stock program for young actors, musicians, singers, dancers, and theater techs. They're producing two shows, "Chicago" and "Noises Off."