Power restored to Danville Courthouse

(Danville, Va.) — The Danville Courthouse is open for business this morning. The building had been closed for two days because of a power outage caused by an equipment failure. Emergency generators provided power to […]

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Community Events

Blood Donations

Danville Regional Blood Donor Center is in need of donations, especially O Positive and O Negative.  Their office is located at 159 Executive Drive, Suite K and hours are Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, 8:30am – […]

2017 People, Pets and Pilot

Register to have your picture taken of, or with your pet(s) by Rachel Bowen of Photography by Rachel, for only $25.  Register  for your photography session by August 31st and send in your $25 by […]

Holiday Bazaar

Saturday, November 18th – there will be a massive Holiday Bazaar at the Danville Community Market at 629 Craghead Street.   The event will feature over a hundred vendors selling handmade items, with something for everyone!    […]

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  • John Cale Stages Roaring Tribute to Velvet Underground With MGMT, Sky Ferreira, Animal Collective, More November 17, 2017
    In the program notes to his scruffy, roaring Velvet Underground tribute at the Brooklyn Academy of Music last night, John Cale noted he's "reluctant to spend too much time on things past." Fair enough. But as foundational member and key sonic architect of a band that ranks with rock's greatest, he's earned a victory lap. […]
  • See Dead & Company's Buoyant 'Jack Straw' on 'Colbert' November 17, 2017
    Dead & Company performed a breezy, unhurried rendition of the Grateful Dead standard "Jack Straw" on The Late Show.Former Grateful Dead guitarist Bob Weir and noted Grateful Dead superfan John Mayer tradedThis article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: See Dead & Company's Buoyant 'Jack Straw' on 'Colbert'
  • 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone Editors' Picks November 17, 2017
    Mavis Staples, If All I Was Was BlackThe gospel legend's latest collaboration with Wilco's Jeff Tweedy is "an object lesson in collaborative activism, with Staples tilting away from Sixties R&B formalism but doubling down on topicality," writes Will Hermes. Read Our Feature:This article originally appeared on www.rollingstone.com: 10 New Albums to Stream Now: Rolling Stone […]