- The Burg
Wednesday, June 19th, 2019

Featured Events

Lynchburg Underground Movie Club: 'The Triplets of Belleville'

Date and time
Venue Riverviews Artspace

Rosel H. Schewel Theater, Riverviews Artspace, 901 Jefferson St. PG-13 rating. First animated film to grace the LUMC screen. A French film following a determined grandmother and obese canine companion on a rescue mission to save her kidnapped grandson during the Tour de France. Popcorn and cash bar…

On stage: Endstation's 'The Bluest Water'

Date and time
Venue Randolph College

“The Bluest Water,” 7:30 p.m., Thoresen Theatre, Randolph College, 2500 Rivermont Ave. Survivors Jared and Liz try to figure out what happened to a friend who lost his family to Hurricane Camille in 1969. “The Bluest Water” honors and remembers those who lost their lives in the hurricane, and the f…

Book Signing: Ken Woodley

Date and time
Venue Baine's Books and Coffee

Noon to 3 p.m., Baine's Books and Coffee. Author of “The Road to Healing: A Civil Rights Reparations Story in Prince Edward County, Virginia.” Free.

Live music: Alice and the BLNDRS

Date and time
Venue Rapunzel's Coffee and Books

Rapunzel’s Coffee & Books, 924 Front St., Lovingston, 7:30 p.m. Quartet plays original material as well as covers. Donation: $10. Details: (434) 263-6660.

Featured Stories from The Burg

Nighthawks to headline Central Virginia Blues Society’s annual Blues Festival

When blues harpist Mark Wenner founded genre-blending stalwart The Nighthawks in 1972, he never imagined he’d still be talking about the gr…

Miss Virginia competition returns to Lynchburg for second year

Following what organizers say was a successful first year in Lynchburg, the Miss Virginia pageant is returning to the area this week, with …

PHOTOS: Miss Virginia 2019 contestants

The Miss Virginia pageant is returning to Lynchburg for the second time, kicking off Tuesday with almost an entire week's worth of activiti…

Concerts take center stage this summer, from Amy Grant to Brian McKnight to the Steve Miller Band

Concerts appear to be the name of the game this summer in Lynchburg.

Bonding Over Books: The season of summer book reports

Well, it finally happened: my oldest child has entered the age of the summer book report.

In 'Late Night,' Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling deliver sparkling wit and surprising sweetness

Forget national treasure: Emma Thompson could rent herself out as a national utility.

Arts & Extras: 30 years sharing the gift of music

Violinist James Glazebrook will wrap up 30 years running Roanoke Symphony Orchestra’s Summer Music Institute when he conducts the Roanoke Youth Symphony Orchestra concert Friday evening.

Juneteenth Coalition commemorating 400 years since first enslaved Africans arrived in Virginia

The Lynchburg Juneteenth Coalition’s annual festival will this year feature a timeline of events starting with the 1619 arrival of the firs…

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