Take in ten unique, large-scale murals inspired by objects from the museum’s nine-million-item collection, meet the artists, and hear about their inspiration and the creative process behind each one.
The $20 million project, to be named “The Nest,” will bring 118 new apartment units to the neighborhood.
The film tells the profound and unique story of the 550,000 Jewish men and women who served the United States during World War II in their own words.
Three friends from different parts of the coffee world are joining forces to brew up a new shop adjacent to Wax Moon in Scott’s Addition.
The setup goes as one might imagine–the first floor represents Hell, the second floor is Purgatory, and the rooftop is Heaven – and throughout, you can expect four DJs and two live bands.
The project may be a shot in the arm for what Henrico County envisions for the Westwood area: becoming “Scott’s Addition 2.0.”
The exhibition, which opens November 10th, features more than 130 rare masks from the 17th to 20th centuries.
Expect a day filled with local craft beer, pumpkin-related dishes from area restaurant vendors, and activities for families and kids.
Bring your old electronics, shred documents, and dump your old televisions at the event near The Diamond on Saturday.
Hop aboard the Hogwarts Express and head to Carytown Cupcakes where you can experience another year of wizarding wonder at Carytown Cupcakes through November 4th.