So what’s your summer music pleasure and party spot?
So, what spooks Suffolk, Western Tidewater and Hampton Roads?Do things move by themselves in your house? Hear strange and unexplained sounds, banging and clanging or moaning in the dead of night?
Art events continue to dot the Suffolk landscape.A grand art show invites Suffolk, Western Tidewater and Hampton Roads artists to create and display while another show will end its run mid-June.The Suffolk Art League is calling on all local and regional artists to submit new works for its annual Open Members’ Show.The show opens June 13 with a reception that’s free and open to the public from
Suffolk Meals On Wheels, headquartered at Sentara Obici, will present the Rocky Hock Opry at 7 p.m.
Next Sunday, sign up to take yourself and the family pooch out for walkies. Not only will you all get good exercise, but you’ll raise money to help the Suffolk Humane Society.Time for the 9th Annual Mutt Strut Dog Walk & Festival from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Guy Fieri and his television crew have cruised around these parts before, but this week the best-selling author and award-winning television host of "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives" wasn’t just zipping through town in a shiny red Camaro.
How do you plan to enjoy Suffolk’s outdoor springtime allure?
Nature lovers, bird fanciers and watchers, and ornithology enthusiasts will have a heavenly time Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 20-22, when they gather at the Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, 3100 Desert Road, to experience the Annual Great Dismal Swamp Birding Festival.Part of International Migratory Bird Day, this feathered jamboree will celebrate the journeys of neotropical so
Suffolk Sister Cities International, a part of the worldwide Sister Cities International, is holding the exhibit “We’re Going Places” at the Suffolk Center for Cultural Arts, 110 W. Finney Ave.Viewing is free. The exhibit, which opened April 6, can be seen from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Aww, go ahead and be a stick-in-the-mud. And here’s mud in your eye, or, rather, your windshield.Time for youngsters of all ages to gather at the Suffolk Executive Airport Saturday, April 8, for the coolest fun combo ever: monster trucks and tons of mud. Doesn’t get any better than that.It’s the 2nd annual Suffolk Mud Jam, presented by Suffolk Festivals Inc.
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