The Chesterfield County School Board voted last night (12/12) not to renew their contract with the company that provides custodial work for the school system.
Articles by Ian Stewart
So, don’t think that I’m slipping you a mickey on this week’s World Music Show (12/9) since last week’s ran in a similar vein—meaning that it’s another “Best Of” show! That’s right, 2017 had so much to offer that we’re stretching out the fun all month long (save for the annual World Music Holiday Show).
With that, let’s dive right into some of the best releases that appeared on my radar this past year.
There’s something about this time of year. And, no, I’m not going to mention the weather, the holiday razzle-dazzle or the childhood memories of televised holiday specials. It’s now the seasons of lists. That’s right, it’s time for the “Best of” lists to begin! So, on this week’s World Music Show (12/2), we’ll be staring the season off right on cue.
The bulging Richmond Brewery scene is about make room for yet another one—however, this one has its roots going back to the mid-1900s.
Sometimes we all want to hide under the covers. For various reasons, such as the weather, the news, or the recent holiday feasting, we’ve all contemplated or even done just that. However, on this week’s World Music Show (11/25), there’ll be no need to hide.
The new Chesterfield Planning Director took the helm of his first meeting last night.
It’s going to be a coastal wonderland of sound on this week’s World Music Show (11/18). That’s right, from the obvious locales, such as tropical sounds from the beaches of Ipanema, to the not so apparent, such as beats from the wind-swept, craggily-rocky areas of Ireland and Greece, we’ll try to inhabit the entire spectrum of beach music.
Now, with that hearty introduction out of the way, let’s break down some of the coastal routes we’ll be taking.
Warriors, chariots, swords and archers—these are just some of the items that are going be on display starting Saturday when the Terracotta Army invades the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
During the Chesterfield Board of Supervisors Meeting on Wednesday (11/15), concerned residents over a large piece of land being referred to as a Mega-site, spoke out because the land is currently zoned residential. The 1, 675 acre site is just south of Route 10 in Chesterfield County.