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."
Chesterfield County government employees teamed up with the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce to provide a truck full of food for the Central Virginia Food Bank.
A discussion this evening at 5:30 at the Virginia Historical Society will consider the massive, often overlooked battles on the outskirts of Richmond that happened in June and July of 1862.
Brown's Island opens at 6 tonight for a night of family entertainment topped off by fireworks to celebrate Independence Day.
The Virginia Health Care Foundation will honor Goochland Free Clinic and Family Services today for increasing its level of care.
The Virginia Interfaith Council this week launched a campaign to encourage people to try to understand religions other than their own.
The Sycamore Rouge is a major attraction in Old Towne Petersburg, but the city's only professional performing arts venue is facing a major problem.
Tonight at 5:30, Edward Ayers, University of Richmond president and Civil War scholar, will speak about a subject close to his heart at the Virginia Historical Society.
The Science Museum of Virginia's Spring N2 Summer kicks off Saturday morning at 9:30.
Something for the troops. The 2012 version of The U.S. Army Soldier Show opens tonight at Ft. Lee.