Saturday, July 20, 2024

ICYMI: Wonder Studio, Envision, Buchanan Creek, equality, history mystery, and more

An interactive gallery

The studio consists of three components; the drawing studio, the “colorscape” and the “art-quarium.” READ MORE.

Chrysler Museum’s new interactive ‘Wonder Studio’ mixes art, technology and families

Future female entrepreneurs

The Envision Lead Grow program and the two-week summer camp are the brain-child of Norfolk businesswoman and entrepreneur Angela D. Reddix, the Founder, CEO, and president of ARDX, a federal health care management and technology consulting firm that has been in business for more than a decade. READ MORE.

This program teaches young ladies about entrepreneurship

Clean that creek

The clean up activity comes less than two months after Southside Daily published an exclusive four-part series on Buchanan Creek. READ MORE.


With support from Equality Virginia, a statewide LGBT advocacy group, Virginia Beach for Fairness intends to build support for anti-discrimination protections in the state. READ MORE.

‘Equality’ and ‘Fairness’ team up to pressure state delegates in Virginia Beach


At one time there were portraits of the entire Moseley family: William, Susanna, William II and Arthur. But a bit of a mystery surrounds the current whereabouts of the rest of the Moseley family’s portraits, which were passed down through the family until the years prior to the Civil War. READ MORE.

Here’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see one of area’s earliest settlers

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Virginia Beach church ministry outreach aimed at international students

To help the international students who come to Virginia Beach each summer, as part of their VBJ1 ministry the Virginia Beach Community Chapel on Laskin Road has operated the J1 Café for a number of years. READ MORE.

Beach Breach Weekly: Piercings and tattoos

Here’s last week’s list.

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