The haunt is on at the Hunt Club Farm’s Halloween Festival. For a few weeks, the Virginia Beach farm becomes haunted and visitors can skip through the Field of Screams, take a trip to the Village of the Dead and even go on a Haunted Hayride. The scare factor is HUGE and there are different horrors every year. The various zombies, ghouls and goblins at the farm are not to be taken lightly. The haunted portion of the farm is open Wednesdays- Sundays through Halloween. Hours are 7-11 pm. Enter now to win a pair of tickets to the Haunted Hunt Club Farm – if you dare!
Much in the world has changed since the original version of the Blind Boys of Alabama first raised their voices together. That was in 1939, when the members were just kids at the Alabama Institute for the Negro Blind in Talladega, Ala. Today, more than 70 years later, founding member Jimmy Carter can look back on a career far beyond what he and his colleagues could imagine at that time. The group has won a long list of awards, including Lifetime Achievement honors from the Grammys and the National Endowment for the Arts, entertained around the world, been profiled on “60 Minutes,” sung for two Presidents at the White House and been inducted into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame. Though the group has recorded and performed with a few country artists, along with others as diverse as Ben Harper, Tom Petty, Peter Gabriel and Prince, they never crossed the line and committed to doing a project inspired by the country genre until now, with the release of “Take The High Road” on Saguaro Road Records. This landmark recording draws from modern and traditional country to enrich the group’s gospel-rooted sound with fresh and illuminating insight. Check out the Blind Boys of Alabama on October 17 at 7:30 p.m. at the Attucks Theatre in Norfolk. Enter now to win a pair of tickets!
The Norfolk Admirals are back for their first season back as an ECHL team. The coolest game on ice will feature some new players and some familiar faces as the Admirals take on teams from Greenville, Manchester, Reading and Orlando. Enter now to win a pair of tickets to the next Admirals game at the Norfolk Scope!
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