Community Idea Stations Pressroom
RICHMOND, VA, May 6, 2016 – The Community Idea Stations is proud to announce that Virginia Beach high school senior Ahkei Togun has won the 2016 Poetry Out Loud National Competition. With confident recitations of poems by Henry Taylor, Cornelius Eady, and William Lisle Bowles, the Tallwood High School student recited his way to a $20,000 award and major bragging rights among the approximately 317,000 student-competitors nationwide who participated in the program this year.
You’re Invited to Explore the Outdoors!
Sunday, May 1, 2016 • 1:00-5:00 p.m.
Huguenot Park • 10901 Robious Road • North Chesterﬁeld, VA 23235
RICHMOND – The Community Idea Stations and OneVirginia2021 are joining forces to produce a statewide public television documentary, OneVirginia2021: Virginians for Fair Redistricting. This one-hour documentary will bring awareness to the impact of gerrymandering, and explore how Virginia can progress from a system where legislators create their own districts toward a system that makes sense for true representative government.
Richmond, VA, January 21, 2016 - When season 16 of WCVE PBS’ Virginia Home Grown premieres on March 29, 2016 it will feature a new host and co-host, although both faces should be familiar to regular viewers.
Join The Croude!
The Electric Croude 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
Tuesday, November 17th • 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
88.9 WCVE Richmond Public Radio
23 Sesame Street • Richmond, VA 23235
Science Matters and VCU Health are pleased to present Dissecting Science: Your Amazing Brain on Tuesday, November 10th from 6:00-10:00 p.m. This informal evening of science exploration and communication, inspired by the PBS Series The Brain with David Eagleman, will begin at 6:00 p.m. with food trucks, a cash bar and hands-on activities for adults.
The free event allows fans to see the first episode of the Masterpiece drama one-day ahead of the television premiere.
RICHMOND – September 18, 2015 – 1968 was a year of profound political upheaval in the United States. Assassinations, racial unrest, riots and a continuing war in Vietnam put the nation on edge and produced an historic three-way presidential election. Directed by Paul Tait Roberts, BALL OF CONFUSION: THE 1968 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION explores how these events shook the social and political foundations of America in ways that continue to resonate today.