A table of environmental activism pamphlets sits next to the stage of the Camel at 1621 W. Broad St. On stage, the guitarist spews diatribes against fracking between songs, a feedback hum underscoring his voice. This is Frack Off Fest.
A piece of advice from Kyle Daileda, one of eight team leaders for Createathon 2015, is to avoid coffee before midnight at Createathon at VCU, a caffeine fueled event where students revamp nonprofits.
For five years, Quickness RVA has been delivering food on bike across campus. Now Crunchbutton, a food delivery phone app, has come to VCU armed with cars.
An unarmed combatant runs away from a group of three others wielding foam swords, waiting for any chance to land the blow that will get him thrown out of the game.
At Altria Theater, a packed auditorium of baby boomers came to see Garry Trudeau, inflammatory satirist and creator of influential comic strip “Doonesbury.”