Articles by WCVE
Victorian Slum House takes viewers back to the British slums of the 1800s, where a group of modern day families, couples and individuals recreate life in London’s East End as their forbearers once lived between 1860-1900.
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The end of this week marks the 100th day of President Trump’s term, and NPR is revisiting his full action plan, with annotations from journalists throughout the newsroom, taking stock of how the president’s accomplishments compare with his campaign promises.
The Squirrels are off to a good start and Kyle Haines, the youngest manager in Squirrels history, visits the FSI Field to talk about the 2017 Season.
For centuries, the Lithuanian city of Vilnius was one of the most important Jewish centers in the world, earning the title “Jerusalem of the North,” until the Nazis destroyed it. About 95% of its Jewish population of Vilna, its name in Hebrew and Yiddish, was murdered and its synagogues and institutions were reduced to ruins. The Soviets finished the job, paving over the remnants of Vilna’s famous Great Synagogue, for example, so thoroughly that few today know it ever existed.
Playwright, novelist, screenwriter, veteran and advocate for women, Rebekah L. Pierce visits Daphne’s Corner. Rebekah’s play, That Color Blind Kind of Love, will be live streamed June 23-25, 2017 at WCVE PBS. Inspired by the historic landmark case of Loving vs. The State of Virginia 1967, the play delves into the world of interracial dating. Have things changed since 1967? Is love truly color blind?
Editorial Fashion and Fantasy Illustration artist Julia Gabrielov visits Daphne’s Corner to share insights into her ethereal creations. Julia has a background in modeling, fashion and costume design, as well as illustrating children's books. Julia currently illustrates her own stories and plans to publish soon. Her art can be found in galleries around the world, which reflects the passion and wonder found in her art.
See more of Julia Gabrielov’s art at JuliaGabrielov.com.