The Restaurant Roundabout

Elizabeth Sims Weekender Editor Hungry and already tired of the Sodexo Cafe food? Pinched for cash but stir-crazy and desperate to escape campus? These five restaurants will keep you within your budget but will get you off campus and enjoying [...]

A New Opening to an Old Favorite

Elizabeth Sims Weekender Editor The Chrysler Museum of Arts has been a cultural staple in Norfolk since its grand opening in 1932 as the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Science. Since then, the museum has gone through several minor renovations to [...]

Bands and big batches of beans, beef

TIM PEPPER Arts & Entertainment Music, chili and crowd surfing. And all for 18 bucks! What better way to spend an overcast Saturday? Richmond’s rock station XL 102 held their annual Chili Cook-Off this weekend at the Richmond International [...]

Chew! Chew!

GLEN ROSE Staff Writer Are your final papers and exams starting to stress out you or your significant other? Well, I have a place for you two to go together. It’s called Press 626. Tucked into downtown Ghent, this restaurant is built into [...]

Superhero movies still soar

TROY AUBUT Staff Writer Nothing beats watching a superhero movie when you can do it with friends, do it for the eye candy, or do it for the story. Some fans and moviegoers may have noticed, though, that it seems as if superhero movies have been [...]

Less money, more music

ANDREW MULLEN Arts & Entertainment Editor Popular music-streaming site Spotify decreases cost of premium account for college students Digital music has become increasingly popular since the mass rotation and sale of devices like the iPod, [...]