"Dream Scenario” finds a potent metaphor for how social media conditions us to crave stardom and fetishize trauma; plus John Woo’s lackluster return with “Silent Night.”
Charlottesville’s WarHen Records is releasing a 40-artist compilation aimed at fundraising to resist the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
Multidisciplinary artist, educator and founding artistic director at The Basement talks about her new show, "The Hero’s Journey."
Two new Richmond record labels have launched with the goal of surfacing sonic time capsules.
Art 180’s Atlas Residency connects teens with working artist mentors.
By Roberta Oster | Sep 19, 2023
The task force on a mission to save the James River Park System from invasive plants.
By Rachel Kester | Nov 24, 2023
The early 20th-century work, "Negro Folk Symphony," continues its comeback with the Richmond Symphony.
By Peter McElhinney | Nov 8, 2023
We spoke with two members of Richmond’s Public Art Commission to learn more about its mission and how public art fits into the city’s future.
By Brent Baldwin | Sep 15, 2023
Some of our music writers give their picks for Richmond Folk Fest.
By Davy Jones | Oct 12, 2023