A B-17 bomber in the Commemorative Air Force performed a flyover Monday, gliding over the Lawn and the Rotunda.
From a podcast centered on navigating white spaces as a woman of color, to one centered on democracy, to one geared toward helping improve listeners’ mental health, here are seven new podcasts worth checking out.
The festival will feature “The Good Lord Bird,” a series about abolitionist John Brown, and host the film’s star and executive producer, Ethan Hawke, co-star Joshua Caleb Johnson, executive producer and author James McBride, and more.
The assistant professor of hip-hop talks about the inspiration behind his new album, the challenges of an interrupted spring semester, and preparations for his fall courses.
The word is spreading about the University of Virginia’s new Memorial to Enslaved Laborers, which honors those who worked to build and sustain UVA in its early years.
The app makes it possible for anyone with a cell phone to see photos, physical remnants and old documents, and the most recent ways the University is showcasing this integral part of its history.
UVA English professor Susan Fraiman, an expert in feminism, explored the word “home,” and its context amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Psychologists say remembering good times is a comfort, and lots of people are experiencing pleasant pulses of déjà vu as pop culture, both old and new, offers a distraction from the pandemic.