A.J. Ayres and his siblings Molly and Brennan gave away 300 Love Cville t-shirts Tuesday afternoon on the Downtown Mall. The family wanted to show that the Charlottesville community stands for love, not hate.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema provided a hard hat tour for local reporters. Co-owners Anthony Coco and Joseph Edwards answered questions and explained the Alamo Drafthouse movie-going experience. Alamo Drafthouse Charlottesville will open its doors to the public on Friday, July 21, 2017. >> Read more
First grade students from all six Charlottesville public elementary schools planted English Peas in their gardens this spring. Students measured their peas growth every week, and this year’s First Peas to Table competition ended in a tie between Burnley-Moran First Graders and Jackson-Via First Graders who produced the heartiest crops. City Schoolyard Garden Board Chair, […]
The LOOK3 Festival of the Photograph began installation of the #REFRAMECLIMATE exhibit today at the site of the Landmark Hotel. #REFRAMECLIMATE is a collaboration among #Dysturb, Magnum Foundation, and Instagram presenting a large-scale, interactive installation addressing climate change. Use of the exhibition site made possible by the Dewberry Foundation, LOOK3, and the Piedmont Council for […]
Six students from the Light House Studio spent their Saturday shooting a nonprofit public service announcement for the Sexual Assault Resource Agency. The students rotated roles throughout the day, giving each some time to experience directing, camera work, lighting, sound, and assisting production. Post-production will take place the next two Thursdays, The final PSA will […]
In celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the reopening of the Paramount Theater, the iconic 33-foot vertical blade sign was rebuilt and installed today. The return of the Blade will be celebrated Dec. 15 during the illumination event.