Although MACRoCk's been happening in Harrisonburg for nearly two decades, its 2014 edition, which took place on Friday, April 4 and Saturday, April 5, was the first one I ever managed to attend.
It’s well-known Richmonders love their coffee, food, and vinyl records. But it wasn’t until last week could you get all three at one location.
Last weekend the 2014 RVA Hackathon took place at Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens. The name "Hackathon" can be a little misleading; it's less about hacking and more to do with developing new and innovative web applications. Either way, this is the 3rd annual Hackathon in Richmond, and the event seems to be gaining more attention.
We don't have occasion to talk about Comrades all that much, mainly because this RVA-based trio spend so much of their time away from home.
RVA beer lovers, get ready to take a trip out to Goochland this Saturday. Lickinghole Creek Craft Brewery has a brand new Double India Pale Ale to welcome into the world, and they're throwing an Earth Day party to celebrate.
It may seem like hyperbole to suggest that Slow Machete is unlike anything else out there, but finding something with the aesthetic, the background, and the intention of the project would prove difficult for even the most up-to-date and well-versed.
You may be used to thinking of XL102's Chili Cookoff as a haven for past-its-prime dad-rock, and don't get us wrong--it's been that in the past. However, this year's lineup might surprise you with its overall relevance and quality.
Richmond is all about local living and supporting the city, and what better way to celebrate the beautiful local culture we have, while contributing to the local economy, than to go to a market for and by Richmonders?
Things are moving fast with new RVA nightclub The Broadberry. It's only been two weeks since we got the word that The Camel's Rand Burgess and Lucas Fritz were teaming up with Joe's Inn's Matt McDonald to open a brand new music venue in the Broad Street space most recently occupied by Nu Nightclub.