Classes exploring the arts across their many iterations comprise the perfect addition to any potential course load.
Spanning from Wednesday, March 16, to Sunday, March 20, the annual Virginia Humanities program aims to engage authors and readers in conversation about books, reading and literary culture generally.
Waiting for Anderson to tell her story when she’s ready would restore her control over an aspect of her life stolen from her — “Pam & Tommy” only rehashes the past without learning from it.
Supporting a local bookstore is not only more economically and personally ethical, but it gives you the opportunity to invest in the community.
Among the most highly anticipated films of the year, “Spencer” drew the curtain on the Virginia Film Festival’s third day.
Performances and tours occurring throughout the day and late into the evening Friday and Saturday will showcase talent in the departments of art, drama, music and more.
The story “My Monticello” envisions a descendant of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings fleeing to the plantation with Black and Brown survivors of a white supremacist attack.