The Ix Art Park in Charlottesville was packed for the Know Good Beer and Bourbon Fest on Saturday, May 13.
The Main Street Arena was host to the Downtown Chili Showdown on Saturday, April 16. The Showdown benefits Red Shoe Cville and is part of the week long Tom Tom Founders Festival events in Charlottesville.
The Saturday Block Party at Lee Park in Charlottesville flooded the park with people, local bands, vendor spaces, beer gardens, food trucks and more.
The Tom Tom Founders Festival Sunday Block Party at Lee Park in Charlottesville flooded the park with people, local bands, vendor spaces, beer gardens, food trucks and more.
Ramptech and Cockfight Skateboards teamed up with local Champion Brewery to put on a halfpipe skate demo during Champion's release of True Love. The skate demo and metal show that followed are part of the week long Tom Tom Founders Fest events that cover Charlottesville.
The UVa Cavaliers Men's basketball team hosted the Ohio State Buckeyes Wednesday night at JPJ. Fans from both teams fought through the rain to nearly fill the arena to see a nail-biting finish.
A rivalry was renewed when the Albemarle Patriots hosted the Western Albemarle Warriors Friday, November 4. Albemarle teachers were recognized and each senior football player picked a teacher to wear a jersey throughout the game as part of their Teacher Appreciation day. Students participate…
Two teams of the Jefferson Youth Football League faced off in front of the crowd at Scott Stadium before the UVa football game on Saturday, October 29.
The Western Albemarle Warriors hosted the Charlottesville Black Knights for Senior Night on Friday, October 28. Seniors players were recognized before kickoff and band members before the halftime show.
Blue Ridge Cyclery hosted the 15th 6-hour Paranormal race as part of the Virginia Off-Road Series of mountain bike races in Earlysville on Saturday, October 22.
Fans showed their UVa spirit at tailgates around Scott Stadium to see the Wahoos take on the Pittsburgh Panthers Saturday, October 16.
Members of the Islamic Society of Central Virginia held an Open House Saturday to share the mosque with the Charlottesville community, give tours, and answer questions.
Wahoo fans took over Scott Stadium Saturday, August 13 to attend UVa's Meet the Hoos event. The football team and coaching staff joined fans on the field, while the field hockey and volleyball teams were nearby in the Pergola area to meet fans and play games.
Runners, walkers, families and friends gathered for the 2016 Fairview 5K at the Fairview Swim and Tennis Club in Charlottesville on Saturday, July 16. Proceeds from the race benefit the American Cancer Society.
Charlottesville Lady Arm Wrestling (C.L.A.W.) brought a crowd to Champion Brewery in Charlottesville on Saturday, July 16. The event raised funds to benefit Building Experiences.
Glass House winery was host to the Charlottesville Salsa Club's Crazy Hats Latin Dance Happening to benefit the Cville Sabroso Festival on Saturday, July 9. The event featured DJs, a hat "Walk-Off" and Two Brothers Food Truck.
Rain didn't stop runners and walkers from heading to the Kiwanis Independence Day 5K in the Hollymead and Forest Lakes neighborhoods, and it didn't stop parade goers on Main Street in Stanardsville for the Independence Day parade on Monday, July 4.
Great beer and good cheer were plentiful at the Starr Hill IPA Jambeeree on Saturday, June 25. The event had live music featuring local bands, food trucks, and over 50 different IPAs from 16 Virginia breweries.
Some of the best brewers and chili chefs in Charlottesville showed their stuff at the Downtown Chili Showdown and Brew Ha Ha in support of the Ronald McDonald House Charity of Charlottesville.
Wine lovers fought the cold and wind to enjoy their favorite local wines at the 2016 Taste of Monticello Wine Trail Festival held at the nTelos Wireless Pavilion in Charlottesville.