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Checking in with the Locals: Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell

September 9, 2014 by

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Charlottesville is a city filled with local-loving people, and a spirit of community and collaboration unlike anywhere else. Every week, Cville Niche will celebrate that spirit by featuring a local’s top picks. Check out previous local check-ins! Jennifer Hoyt Tidwell This lady may be singlehandedly responsible for keeping the performance art scene alive in Cville. […]

CLAW Take 1

March 19, 2012 by

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Get ready to let your natural freak hang out! As the first part of three local CLAW tournaments, Claw 2012, Take 1 will feature all of your favorite local wrestlers. Come out to support these local ladies before their first ever National CLAW in June. The tournament kicks off at 7:00p at Blue Moon Diner. The […]

Experience The Unearthing

February 13, 2012 by

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Immediately immersed, transported, and transformed into another world – a timeless and placeless world. Walking into The Unearthing, passport in hand, the audience becomes a group of travelers, passing through valleys, being guided through the intricate and swiftly moving sets, like borders shifting around them… Vignettes of visual intensity, love, black humor, detachment, amazement, fear, family, […]

A CLAWnucopia Celebration

November 21, 2011 by

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“Give thanks for the fruits of our labor, align with your favorite wrestler, and dance.” In case you missed Saturday night’s CLAWnucopia lady arm wrestling extravaganza at Blue Moon Diner, check out what these CLAW ladies have to say about the growing sensation in Cville and beyond. Like them? Like CLAW. Nurse Cheryl // Cville […]

Virginia Film Festival: !WAR

November 7, 2011 by

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After conversations about transgender art, panelist Terri Allard‘s show at The Southern the previous night, and mumblings about too much butter on the popcorn, producer Doro Bachrach introduced Lynn Hershman Leeson’s film !Women Art Revolution (!WAR)—a documentary history of the feminist art movement—to audiences at the Virginia Film Festival, describing what was to follow as […]