Things to Do

Covid-19 Shutdown offers an opportunity for wine tasting and touring from home. Charlottesville is wine country. Even though visiting your favorite vineyards will have to wait until after the coronavirus is beaten back, there’s no reason you can’t experience some of this season’s batch of wines- from the comfort of home. Read on for a who’s-who of virtual winetastings.  Keswick Vineyards

Charlottesville has so many music venues and concerts happening on any given night that it can feel overwhelming - countless venues and dozens of local acts all competing for your attention (and ticket sales). It's rare to find a city of this size with such a diverse talent pool of musicians, bands, and places to play. So, the Charlottesville Guide

Despite getting booted back a day due to a very blustery Halloween, Trick or Treat the Lawn 2019 was a smashing success, with costumes ranging from the sweet to the scary - to the sweetly scary. Here’s a sampling of some of our favorites.Family Pac Man featuring @mrslknight and @laurenb_98This intricate Samus Aran cosplay by @hannah.hobbiesThis very in character family.This

The Guide chats with Mighty Joshua, VA's 2-year running Reggae Ambassador, who's kicking off his tour TOMORROW, September 7 with Love Canon at the Sprint Pavilion in a beautiful mashup benefiting The Front Porch. On Mighty Joshua's last visit to Charlottesville:The last time that I came to Charlottesville, I stopped on my way back from playing Floyd Yoga Jam to visit