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Viola da Samba is an ensemble creating a bridge between Renaissance music and Brazilian music. The group uses the pure sounds of...
The Charlottesville park whose bronze statue of Robert E. Lee touched off a summer of hate has been given a new name [07/16], its...
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Most media outlets in Zimbabwe are state-run, and working as an independent journalist under Robert Mugabe came with serious risks. With Mugabe's rule over Dumisani Muleya speaks about his hopes as a journalist.

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Viola da Samba is an ensemble creating a bridge between Renaissance music and Brazilian music. The group uses the pure sounds of early instruments to revive the past while embodying the rich and vivacious harmonies and rhythms of samba and bossa nova.

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On Wednesday (7/18), the Virginia Housing Commission discussed ways to make manufactured housing a more affordable housing option.

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Judge Refuses to Move Paul Manafort Trial to Roanoke

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Controversial Charlottesville Park Renamed... Again

The Charlottesville park whose bronze statue...

This Week from Artsline

Wednesday, July 18th

The exhibit will showcase, small, original works of art created by Art Center members including paintings, photography,jewelry,baskets,mosaics and more!
Use felt, fabric, strange things as tools, and more to make varied art using fibers(cloth). Have fun with color, shape,& imagination. Call 436-9309 to register.
This free, family-friendly activity will feature outdoor games from the past!
6 new exhibits are on display including abstract paintings by NC artist, Mary Storms. Plus, 75 artist studios open daily.