Fridays After Five, presented by Bud Light, continues to be Charlottesville’s favorite live concert series. 2015 will be the 28th year of free live music and fun. The first event will kick off at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion on April 17th and will run each Friday thereafter ending on September 11. Each week volunteers work the concessions on behalf of a variety of local non-profits who share in the proceeds, which raises tens of thousands of dollars to support their work in our community. The spring and summer schedule features local artists of myriad musical styles; there is something for everyone! Unwind Friday evenings at this fabulous and FREE Charlottesville institution.
Cured: Central Virginia Bacon Festival sponsored by Starr Hill Brewery and the Rock Barn. Inaugural festival focused on the love for bacon. A selection of Charlottesville’s finest locally owned restaurants will each be on site offering small plates of 2-3 bacon-themed dishes. VIP Tickets get you in at noon for this amazing event!
Monday afternoon Virginia Baseball had its name called during the NCAAT Selection Show and it will be featured in UC Santa Barbara's Region as the #3 seed. The Hoos will open up play against #2 seed Southern California, while #4 seed San Diego State will match up with the host #1 UC Santa Barbara.
The UVA baseball team lost 10-2 to N.C. State on Saturday, and ended its involvement in the ACC Tournament.
The Hoos land a 6'10" prospect.
The Virginia baseball team falls to Miami, 9-5 in pool play at the ACC Tournament on Wednesday afternoon.
Get a look at some of the products that have been recalled this month.
With lower gas prices and an improved job market, AAA expects more than 37 million Americans to travel this weekend, the most since 2005.
Public schools have increased security with safety drills and parent notification systems in the years following the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
Pernod Ricard is poised to sell its Cuban-made rum in the U.S. once a 53-year-old trade embargo is lifted, going head-to-head with Bacardi.
The center's new observatory opens Friday, offering spectacular views stretching 50 miles past the Manhattan skyline to the Atlantic Ocean.
The price of eggs has risen by as much as 58 percent, as farmers battle a bird flu that has killed millions of hens.
As the next presidential election cycle begins the goal isn't necessarily to win every race, but to improve the performance of the Republican ticket overall.
A look at some of the big stories that made headlines this week and the headlines you may have missed.
A teacher showed the movie to her high school health class as a "reward."
The event both celebrated and service and mourned the sacrifices of men and women in uniform.
The attorney for Martese Johnson asks a judge to drop charges agaisnt his client.
A Saturday night fire damaged parts of a barn in the Keswick area.
In the age of selfies and social media, the idea of what makes a celebrity has expanded far beyond the Hollywood icons of the past.
A look back on some of the most memorable moments in Hollywood history.
Just when you felt it was safe to look under the bed, we're given another "Poltergeist" movie.
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Area non-profits are encouraged to apply now! Deadline is June 19th.
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