The work by Eldridge Bagley now hangs in museums. Some of his work is now on display in Farmville through April 16. He’s scheduled to give a talk at Longwood University on Thursday.
Lindley Estes is a reporter and editor originally from Southside's Lunenburg County, but now based in Fredericksburg, Va. She is an award-winning journalist, previously working for the Free Lance-Star, and a graduate of George Mason University's MFA program in fiction writing.
Meet some of the people moving into Southwest and Southside Virginia
Census stats show that even before the pandemic, more people were moving into many rural localities than were moving out. Cardinal News spoke to a few people who recently moved to the region.
Five minutes after applying, emergency director got the call
Roanoke’s Mill Mountain Theatre had to replace creative team for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In The Heights’ after a white actress was cast for a Latina role. Here’s how the replacement director got tapped to take over the show.
Casting of white actress in Latina role roils Mill Mountain Theatre
Roanoke venue cancels Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In The Heights,’ then changes mind after cast revolt, unfavorable publicity in New York. Role has been recast.
Why does Charlotte County have third-highest rate of remote workers?
The answer may be more low-tech than high-tech: The county’s growing Amish population.
Hollins’ free tuition program for locals sparks application increase
Applications from local students are up more than 50% from last year.
‘This is an investment in hope’
The Harvest Foundation makes a 13-year commitment to pay for students in Martinsville and Henry County to go to college.
Charlotte County remembers Black politician who was murdered on courthouse steps
A historical marker will commemorate the life and death of Joseph Holmes, who rose from slavery to elected office.