What happens when a reporter and her assistant set off on a story...and what if that story is told in a way that really brings it alive? No, it’s not Public Radio. It’s a Stage Play/Graphic Novel. It’s called “ The Intergalactic Nemesis” and it’s playing tonight and tomorrow night at the Moss Center for the Arts at Virginia Tech.
A showing of the space adventure movie, Guardians of the Galaxy in Blacksburg will be “Autism Friendly.”
Lights in the Lyric Theater in Blacksburg will be low but not off and so will the sound. There’ll be no trailers before the show starts and patrons are allowed to bring their own food. Standing up or moving around the theater while the movie is on will also be allowed; A comfortable atmosphere not only for people with Autism.
Tab O'Neal talks with psychiatrist and New York Times bestselling author Judith Orloff about her latest book. It's called The Ecstasy of Surrender - the art of letting go. She puts her principles of Daosim to the test, learning that the art of living is to savor it - to go with the flow.
It’s no secret that being a Tech ‘nerd’ is the hot thing now. Schools like Virginia Tech have been at that for a long time. But Tech has long been working to connect the study of science with the humanities and break down the barriers between the two disciplines.
The ensemble called “Junk DNA,” is made up of a couple of arts professors with a technical side and a sense of humor. They know how to take two seemingly disparate things and blend them together to make something interesting.