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Virginia Tech president Charles Steger announced Tuesday that he is stepping down. Steger is scheduled to give the commencement speech at Virginia Tech’s graduation Friday. Steger has been the school’s president since 2000. “When...
reporterAfter years of planning and hardwork, Center in the Square is open to the public. Roanoke's cultural center re-opened Saturday morning to lots of fanfare with a ribbon cutting by city and center leaders. Center in the Square closed down while a multi-...
WDBJ7 ReporterIt's almost ready for you to see. After nearly two years and $30 million of construction, Roanoke's Center in the Square will open soon. There's a whole lot to see and do under one roof: several museums, three performing arts companies, and the...
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WDBJ7 anchor/reporterThe Taubman Museum is always a buzz with new exhibits, but Friday, it was short films that got people's attention. The third annual "Bikeshorts Film Festival" has gotten interest from all over the country and the world. Applicants submitted films no...
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WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistThe Salem High School Art Department will hold its annual Dessert With the Arts art show and fundraiser at the school on Monday April 22nd. The library will be open from 7:15 p.m. - 9 p.m. to view the art work. During that time ,...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistFast becoming known as an arts destination, Lexington and surrounding Rockbridge County, Virginia will welcome hundreds of guests this spring to the 2nd Annual Lexington Rockbridge Studio Tour, featuring the work of 36 artists and 11 private art studios....
Liberty University pledges $500,000 matching gift to restore historic Lynchburg Academy of Music TheatreThe Academy of Fine Arts and Liberty University announced an initial $500,000 matching gift from the university to help with restoring the historic Academy of Music Theatre in Lynchburg. The pledge is in response to the campaign announced by the Academy...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefWhile they may be hard to find in Lynchburg, homeless people do exist in the city. "You really don't see our homeless out and about in the community, but I can assure you that they are there," said Tracey Dixon. Dixon is Executive Director of The...
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA big art project is changing the look of downtown Lynchburg. The Academy of Fine Arts is putting a giant mural on the side of 600 Main Street. A Lynchburg artist named Megan Wells started working on it last week. The finished painting will be more...
WDBJ7 BloggerIt’s Night 16 and Bikal has voted out Matt. Julia has PTSD symptoms and says she almost peed herself. Michael is playing it cool. He tells the favorites that he understands their play. His strategy is to build trust and friendships with Corinne....
Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefLynchburg students are getting a unique opportunity to show off their art skills. If you walk through downtown Lynchburg during the next few weeks, you may see artwork hanging in the windows of different buildings. Each piece was created by a...
Bedford Firefighters say the fire destroyed a building that holds pallets. The fire is contained right now, but earlier they called in the Department of Forestry. Embers started small wildfires that forestry workers helped them put out. The fire...
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