Last week marked the end of an era.
Admit it. When you heard another "Rocky" movie was coming out — a seventh — you thought, really? How many "Rocky" movies do we need? Well, it turns out we needed seven. At least.
Just a few days before NBC sprinkles itself in all things emerald, Lynchburg audiences will get their own opportunity to “ease on down the road” when Virginia University of Lynchburg presents “The Wiz” on Dec. 1.
Tarsha Joyner sells baked goods through her company, Mrs. Joy’s Absolutely Fabulous Treats, which has a booth at the Lynchburg Community Market. She'll compete on the "Christmas Cookie Challenge," which airs at 9 p.m. Saturday.
Lynchburg Design House, located at 3128 Rivermont Ave., opened Nov. 21 for tours that will continue through Dec. 13, with ticket sales benefiting the YWCA of Central Virginia and its programs. Throughout the process, the significance of the project wasn’t lost on those involved — that designers spent the past few months working on a house to raise money for an organization that gives women a home when they need it most.
"You know this story," Daniel Radcliffe announces during the narration that opens "Victor Frankenstein," a largely forgettable take on the Gothic tale first conjured into existence by Mary Shelley.
"The Good Dinosaur" is Pixar's most trippy and tripped-up film: a wayward tale, uncertain of its steps, about a Gumby-green young dinosaur lost in prehistoric forests that are rendered in lushly sensory detail and populated by bug-eyed animations.