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Chrysler Museum Hires Curator of American Art

Chrysler Museum Hires Curator of American Art

By Amber Kennedy The Chrysler Museum of Art has hired Corey Piper, Ph.D., as the Brock Curator of American Art. An art historian specializing in 19th-century and early 20th-century American art, Piper brings a breadth of curatorial knowledge to the Museum. “Corey’s knowledge and experience in 19th-century art and culture match so well with the

FORT MONROE: Guiding a Monumental Work in Progress

By Michael Curry Let me introduce you to Fort Monroe National Monument Superintendent Terry Brown. He is one of those visionaries with a gleaming smile and commanding presence because he loves what he does and lives what he does with a passion. A National Park Service employee for more than 27 years, Terry was appointed

VA Stage & O’Connor Collaborate for Fundraiser

Virginia Stage Company and O’Connor Brewing Company have many partnerships in store for the 2017/2018 season, the first and biggest of which is the Musical Fundraising Event: A BREW NAMED SUE: An Americana Fundraiser for Virginia Stage Company. Join Virginia Stage at O’Connor Brewing on Sunday, September 17, from 4pm – 7pm for bands and craft beer at this

BOOK REVIEW: Open Heart by Elie Wiesel

By Rabbi Israel Zoberman Prolific author Ellie Wiesel’s book, which originally was published in France in 2011 and became a bestseller, is light only in size. Open Heart is a generous gift from a truly loving heart of the most distinguished representative of the generation of Holocaust survivors. Wiesel has risen from Auschwitz’s hell, which

Cape Charles Arts Toll Free

By Montague Gammon III Even if it’s true that there is no free lunch, there is a free ride for folks in South Hampton Roads who want to immerse themselves – or dabble their toes – in the cutting edge internationally regarded Art Soaked Weekends of Experimental Film Virginia in Cape Charles.   Two round