Since reopening after a summer hiatus, Lynchburg record shop Speakertree has rededicated its focus to live music. The shop has held almost 10 shows over the last two months, with its next, featuring local indie-folk band People Like Trees, slated for this Friday.
On the morning of Thursday, Oct. 13, folks on this side of the Atlantic woke up to the somewhat surprising news that Bob Dylan had been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature.
Oct 22Bethel Mennonite School
Oct 22Moss Arts Center
Oct 22Marsh Memorial United Methodist Church
Oct 22Appomattox Court House National Historical Park
Oct 22Nelson County Farmer's Market
Oct 22Sweet Briar College, Harriet Howell Rogers Riding Center
Oct 22Bowen Jewelry Company
Oct 22Randolph College Campus, Alice Ashley Jack Room, Smith Hall
Wednesday, October 19, 2016
As Hurricane Matthew churned along the East Coast, several hearty River Rats threaded their way through the cypress and tupelo forests of the Chickahominy River.
Lindeman’s 2015 Bin 65 Chardonnay, South Western Australia, $8 is a best-selling chardonnay geared toward mainstream tastes that’s easy to find in supermarkets and other stores. It has tropical and vanilla aromas. The wine’s texture is a little bit creamy from moderate oak. It’s not very complex, and it’s a little on the sweet side, but it’s also a crowd-pleaser. Widely available.
Monday, October 17, 2016
There is magic in the air during Old City Cemetery's Candlelight Tours, which continue through the end of October. The tours are sold out, but additional day-of tickets become available on a first-come, first-served basis the Tuesday before e…