Rome wasn’t built in a day, but is there a Shockoe business that could you help us relocate a bit of it next weekend? VOLUNTEERS are still VERY MUCH NEEDED by Henley Street Theatre Company to prepare and move our sets for our upcoming production of “Julius Caesar.”
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When Jay Ipson co-founder and Executive Director of the Virginia Holocaust Museum was unceremoniously removed from the board it caused a shock. The shock inspired a grass roots effort to keep Jay at the museum. Just as Style Weekly broke the news of his ouster now they bring us a new detailed look at why. The story [...]
Although the board has ruled that Jay must go, his supporters are using Social Media and traditional media to voice their displeasure with the decision.
On May 31st, at 7p.m., the Richmond Symphony & the Virginia Holocaust Museum will present And Their Music Lives On…A Recital Presenting Music by Composers Suppressed by the Nazis.
This month the Virginia Holocaust Museum has a traveling exhibit that tells the story of hundreds of clergy held true to their believes and stood against the Nazi party; Defying the Devil: Christian Clergy Who Saved Jews from the Holocaust is a remarkable photographic exhibition that chronicles the compassion of Christian clergymen toward Jews during [...]
CHOCOHOLIC!, the largest chocolate sampling event for the region and a chocolate lovers dream come true, takes place at the Virginia Holocaust Museum on Thursday, February 10 from 6-9PM. Tickets start at $50 and all proceeds go to CHIP of Greater Richmond.
The Virginia Holocaust Museum will be opening A Blessing to One Another: John Paul II and the Jewish People, an exhibit examining how the life experience of the Pope inspired his commitment to tolerance, on January 24th: The exhibit title is drawn from John Paul’s appeal on the 50th of the uprising of Jews in [...]
THe new exhibit Diplomats of Mercy, which focuses on the effort to secure safety for thousands of Jews during the Holocaust, opens at The Virginia Holocaust Museum this Sunday, October 3rd, at 7PM. Along with the opening, the VHM will also welcomes Pierre Sauvage who will be on hand to discuss his own experience of [...]
geistweg has a set of photos from todays protest & counter-protest outside of the Holocaust Museum.
The 5th Annual Chocoholic is this Thursday, February 4, from 6-9PM at the Virginia Holocaust Museum (2000 E. Cary Street): Join us for Children’s Health Involving Parents’ 5th Annual CHOCOHOLIC! The ultimate sensory experience…and a lot of chocolate! You will enjoy great conversation, laughs and networking opportunities. Get your taste buds ready for: Fountains flowing [...]
The Virginia Holocaust Museum honors Senator Henry L. Marsh, III, on Sunday, October 18, at the 2009 Neilson J. November Award Dinner (PDF).