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Pop-up Concert with Luke Wilson & Stan Marshall

April 23, 2013


Take a break from the work week to see Luke Wilson and Stan Marshall play a free acoustic set at No. 3. Luke and Stan hail from the band The Dericks, and will be rocking out on the Corner this Wednesday, April 24th, starting at 9pm. “It will be a different scene, because you don’t […]

A Cville Food Truck Guide

March 26, 2013


What do Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and Charlottesville have in common? Delicious mobile food options, of course. Although Charlottesville’s food truck scene is just emerging, Cville Niche knows it has a lot of tasty potential, and wants to make sure you are well informed of the culinary genius that roams the streets of Cville. So, […]

Welcoming Caffe Bocce

February 21, 2013


Caffe Bocce comes from humble beginnings. Since its arrival in Charlottesville, chef-owner Chris Long has felt “humbled” and “overwhelmed” by how well the Scottsville-born “Neighborhood Italian” restaurant has been received. Open for 10 years in what Long calls the “sleepy little town” of Scottsville, where he served as mayor from 1998-2002, Caffe Bocce returns after a […]

New City Arts Readers Guild

October 10, 2012


Did you know you can find a branch of the International Arts Movement right here in Charlottesville? You can, if you look in the right place. That place is New City Arts, and its monthly meeting of IAM’s Readers Guild. What is IAM, you ask? Put simply, it is a non-profit dedicated to creating the richness of […]

Live and Out Loud

October 3, 2012


The year is 2012, which marks Charlottesville’s 250th birthday. The year-long birthday party continues this Sunday at Live and Out Loud, a celebration of Charlottesville’s art and music culture. From bluegrass festivals in Nelson County, to pottery studios dotting Albemarle County, to storytelling jams on Main Street, the range of art, literature and music in […]

Latte Art Throwdown

September 27, 2012


Sunday, 7pm, at Para Coffee. The best baristas in Charlottesville will unite to compete in the ultimate Latte Art Throwdown. Cville Niche sat down with the organizer of the event, Jonny Nuckols, to find out what exactly a Latte Art Throwdown is. “Diehard fanaticism creates a barrier of entry,” Nuckles explained. “We want to create a more […]

Mutts & Margs

September 26, 2012


Mutts and Margs: two of the greatest delights on this fine earth. On Thursday, September 27th from 5-8 p.m. at La Taza in Belmont, they will be together in one place for Mutts and Margaritas. No, this is not a joke. The Charlottesville Albemarle SPCA, along with Dixon Disposal, Snows Garden Center, Able Insurance, and […]

Big Blue Door Jam @ Sweethaus

September 20, 2012


High school stereotypes. We all know them. And just when you thought they were safely in your past, they’re back. The Big Blue Door Jam presents the best of the worst, the best of the best, and the best of the plain-old real life “Castes and Cliques” stories. Tonight at 8pm, Joel Jones and Jennifer […]

Brews with a View at Second Street Gallery

September 17, 2012


Beer, music and a rooftop party. That’s what $15 will get you this Tuesday, September 18 when you attend Second Street Gallery’s season kick-off fundraiser, Brews with a View. Second Street is a non-profit art gallery on a mission to convey to Charlottesville and the surrounding area the beauty that is contemporary art. It is […]

12 Days of Local Gifts: Day 12

December 25, 2011


Thanks for tuning in to our 12 Days of Christmas special, we hope to have brought some Christmas cheer and ideas to your holiday season! Day 12 | Visions from Beta Bridge Give a piece of Charlottesville this Christmas…literally. Bittersweet offers the artwork of Chris Davis for $55-$75. Davis has preserved and recycled painted pieces of Beta […]