An Interview with Mist Gallery | September | Volume 2 | Issue 35 We were first introduced to Mist Gallery by Jodi Symula, the Assistant Dean of Student Affairs at VCU Arts. Of course it made sense considering that it was the brainchild of two forward-thinking creatives who were currently enrolled at the venerable art institution. The concept behind ..
Gjusta, Awl Snap, RVA Makerfest, + More | September | Volume 2 | Issue 35 This Saturday (September 24) closes our monthly theme on Makerfest. Be sure to check it out if you are in the Richmond, Virginia area. If you can’t make it, because you’re on the West Coast for instance, then have a ..
Instagram Accounts for Foodies | September | Volume 2 | Issue 34 Food has a magical power over us. It’s a universal necessity of mankind’s existence and at the same time a multifaceted envoy of regional culture. Sometimes you don’t even need to taste the food to understand it’s background or the flavors that await ..
Sinner Takes Manhattan | September | Volume 2 | Issue 34 One of our proudest moments is when a friend first designs their own cocktail. Back in July, we spent a weekend in New Hampshire with a bunch of college friends. One of them, Dash, had just come back from a trip to Europe, with a ..
Jose Lourenco | September | Volume 2 | Issue 35 Jose Lourenco is a visual artist and photographer that calls Lisbon, Portugal his home. His projects, which play the main role in his popular Instagram account, are vibrant in both color and in composition. Although largely awash with every color imaginable, a fair number of his images ..
You’ve undoubtedly heard countless tales of being discovered through social media and how improving your rankings in search engines like Google is as simple as search engine optimization (SEO), but finding concrete information on how to increase your presence in the digital landscape can sometimes feel like you’re hunting for a mythical creature. In fact much like ..
Jude Law, Bibimbap, WeLive + More | September | Volume 2 | Issue 35 We join Observer as they ask Jude Law about his new outlook on life. Then we meet photographer Brandon McClain courtesy of HungerTV’s Max Grobe. From there we go Korean and learn the intricacies of making bibimbap from the writers at Edible ..
March | Volume 2 | Issue 12 NAME/ Joseph Ziarko COMPANY/ George Washington Foundation TITLE/ Manager of Interpretation and Freelance Actor/Historic Interpreter for TV, Stage and Education LOCATION/ Fredericksburg, Virginia AREAS OF EXPERTISE/ Acting, Historic Interpretation and Cast Management ONE ITEM YOU CANNOT LIVE WITHOUT/ Filtered water bottle. I suppose it is a little on the nose that I can’t ..
Summer Sojourn in Quebec | August | Volume 2 | Issue 29 Saying that Canada is a nice place to be in the summer is a gross understatement. The weather is a perfect blend of cool breezes and timid temperatures. Marry that with stunning architecture, life changing food and the romance of French-Canadian culture and you ..
Joni Fatora | September | Volume 2 | Issue 35 Joni Fatora is a Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter with a pure sound full of endearing lyrics and angelic vocals. The daughter of a sailor, she lived the life of a constant traveler for the majority of her childhood, migrating from country to country without ever truly feeling that any destination ..
2016 Richmond Mural Project Recap | July | Volume 2 | Issue 27 The Richmond Mural Project has just completed its fifth year. With the leadership of Shane Pomajambo of Art Whino the project has reached its short-term goal of creating 100 murals in just five years. In the process, Richmond has seen some of the ..