Roots, Knots and Drags- your wnrn culturenuts for June 3 – 9

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Things are not always what they seem – that is the theme for my culturenuts for this week.  I’ve selected a series of conundrums to entertain while stretching your brain to accept the paradoxes of ’80’s pop tunes played by a Roots music band, a play with a puzzling moral issue and an old fashioned carnival with some odd events.  So here is this weekend’s Roots, Knots and Drags picks…

Eighties pop turns  contemporary roots music at Fridays After 5 in Charlottesville as Love Cannon takes the stage promising foot stompin’ fun.  Fans of music ranging from Madonna to Mumford and Sons will adore the smart song stylings of one of Charlottesville’s own.

In Richmond, Carol Piersol presents, Gideon’s Knot, at HATT Theatre.This heart-wrenching play starring award winning actresses, Katrinah Carol Lewis and Laine Satterfield, explores the dangerous, emotional, and often painful world of elementary school as witnessed through the conversation between 5th grader, Gideon’s mother and his teacher.

For family fun head down to the Glasgow Carnival Grounds for the Glasgow River Festival for the first taste of summer goofiness. In addition to the usual carnival games and rides there will be a parade, a Womanless Beauty Pageant and live music.

Listen for more interesting things to do on wnrn.

And …

If you have a cool event coming up let me know about it at mary@wnrn.org.

Now get out there and get cultured!

kisses,

The Culture Maven

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One thought on “Roots, Knots and Drags- your wnrn culturenuts for June 3 – 9

  1. Great time at Love Cannon on Friday night then was bowled over by Gideion’s Knot at HATT Theatre in Richmond. It was a sell out crowd which speaks well for the cast, director, producers etc. as HATT is sort of out of the way.

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