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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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hawes commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events October 18 and beyond
Golly, you wouldn't know from my gaffe that I watched "The Fog of War," the incredible documentary about his bomb-dropping policies, less than one month ago!--hawes spencer
Matt Conover commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events September 27 and beyond
http://www.facebook.com/events/435676956468025/ Oct 3, head to the Pigeon Hole on Elliewood Ave to experience the first Presidential Debate as the entertainment it actually is. In an evening sponsored by Gadfly, a Cville based arts/culture web magazine, the new pop punk band Synthetics will open...
Geoff Bennett Speer commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events September 27 and beyond
SWEET AS LOVE, BLACK AS DEATH 'Coffee should be black as Hell, strong as death, and sweet as love.' - Turkish proverb Don't miss the only Charlottesville appearance of BALKANIZE! for the foreseeable future! BALKANIZE!, Central-Virginia's favorite Turko-Balkan folk music ensemble, will be performing...
bob putnam commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events September 27 and beyond
100 Thousand Poets, Musicians & Artists for Change C’ville Coffee at 1301 Harris St. Charlottesville, Va. is hosting a 100 Thousand Poets, Musicians and Artists for Change event on September 29th from 4-6 p.m. Local poets, writers, musicians and artists are invited to join with people around...
Boris Starosta commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events September 27 and beyond
Thursday, Sept. 27, 7PM, I am hosting an introduction to 3d photography via the Charlottesville Photography Initiative. This even is free and open to the public, but to attend you must register: http://www.cphotoi.org/events/77831612 We will demonstrate a range of techniques and equipment used to...
Jim McKinley-Oakes commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events September 27 and beyond
Community Drum Circle at McGuffey Art Center on the second Saturday of each month (October 13). ^:30PM. on the first floor just inside the South end doors. Come on time because the doors must be closed at 6:45. Bring a drum or rent one for a nominal fee. Family friendly; kids welcome. Facilitaed...
Edward Murphy commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events May 31 and beyond
Transit of Venus Free Viewing Event in Charlottesville: The University of Virginia Astronomy Department will be hosting a viewing event, weather permitting, at Darden Towe Park in Albemarle County. There will be 8 telescopes, with safe solar viewing filters, set up near the picnic shelter, 1445...
Jake Plissken commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events May 31 and beyond
Perhaps the United Nations of Comedy should look into adding diversity to their comics? I can't be the only one who has noticed that they just keep bringing in the same 5 comics every few months. Not only do the same comics keep coming back, but the price of the shows keeps going up! Most...
ThomasK commented on FunStuff: Charlottesville events May 17 and beyond
huh, some no-name rapper at the Paramount.... way to go

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