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"In art everything is possible, but everything is not necessary.” ― Arvo Pärt Icelandic band goes dark You could count the number of famous music acts to come out of Iceland on one hand– there's Bjork, her band The Sugarcubes, folk group...
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NancyDrew commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events May 3 and beyond
Thanks Lisa, This looks like a fabulous line-up . I really appreciate the more in-depth descriptions of these events than just the listing of time and place. Last week your column steered me to Elijah conducted by Michael Slon and it was stupendous - 4 standing ovations .
Kim Bryant commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events April 19 and beyond
Can we list our 2012 4th of July Parade in your events posting? Here are the details: What: 4th of July Parade When: Wednesday, July 4, 2012 Time: 11:00am Where: Front Street & Main Street, Lovingston Sign up: email: nelsonparade@yahoo.com phone: 263-6700 fax: 263-6713 address: P.O. Box 352,...
Jim Hart commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events April 12 and beyond
The 8th Annual Kiwanis Dogwood Pancake Breakfast will take place Saturday, April 28, 2012 from 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. at First Presbyterian Church, 500 Park Street. This year's beneficiary is WorkSource Enterprises, which has been providing job training and employment for 400 people with disabilities...
Center for Politics commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events March 22 and beyond
More information about the event featuring Obama's White House videographer can be found at the Center for Politics website at http://www.centerforpolitics.org/events.html. Seating is limited. Contact cfp-programs@virginia.edu for questions.
dan1101 commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events March 22 and beyond
Mad Men is set in the 1960's isn't it? Also Deanna Raybourn is a babe.
Emily commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events March 22 and beyond
For anyone with kids, don't forget that this week in March is time for the Lollipop Shop consignment sale. The entire former Whole Foods store is filled to the brim with everything for your kids, including clothes, shoes, toys, books, strollers, furniture and much more. The sale runs for ONE WEEK...
Ice Dogg commented on Like a phoenix: AlbCo Fair rebuilds... at Ash Lawn
I wish there would be strip tease tents. But then I am old and like cheap entertainment.
BROOMDUST commented on Like a phoenix: AlbCo Fair rebuilds... at Ash Lawn
Me thinks County Resident is right. Shame on you Gilda.
County Resident commented on Like a phoenix: AlbCo Fair rebuilds... at Ash Lawn
There is no comparison between those two events. Me thinks this is a cheap way to slip in an advertisement for Monticello.
Gilda Radner commented on Like a phoenix: AlbCo Fair rebuilds... at Ash Lawn
Looks like the founders are competing again. Monroe's Ash Lawn will have the first fair, but Jefferson's Monticello wouldn't be far behind . Two agriculture fairs in 2 months just miles apart, maybe the Industrial Revolution has come to an end. Battle cry of the new generation - a chicken coop...

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