About a hundred people packed into Plan 9 Music store in the Seminole Square shopping center on Saturday.
That’s where English rock band The Zombies performed several songs for the crowd.
The concert was all for national Record Store Day, which raises awareness for small record stores across the country.
There are nearly 1,000 independently-owned record stores in the U.S. and thousands of similar stores across the globe.
This is the seventh year that Plan 9 Music has taken part in the special day.
Two fraternities have been kicked off grounds at the University of Virginia.
Sigma Nu and Pi Kappa Alpha – or Pike – were notified on Thursday.
The university reports it has terminated agreements with the fraternities effective immediately, citing “an investigation of allegations of misconduct involving the new member education process.”
Pike’s national organization has already suspended the charter for the local chapter.
Sigma Nu will have a hearing with its national organization on April 28.
The students who live in the two fraternity houses will be able to stay there for now.
Both fraternities will have to wait until 2016 to apply for reinstatement.
Many Christians gather in churches on Sunday to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
An online Kickstarter campaign was launched this month with the goal of raising $20,000 to create an Art Park near downtown Charlottesville. Organizers have surpassed that amount ahead of the deadline, meaning the park is now a go.
Virginia extended its ACC home series win streak to 10 with a 3-1 victory over North Carolina Saturday.
No. 9 Virginia fell at No. 15 Miami but still earned a share of its first ACC regular season championship.
The top-ranked Virginia baseball team edged North Carolina, 3-2, in the series opener between the two teams Friday in front of more than 4,500 fans at Davenport Field.
The "Get in the Game. Save A Life" program is a cause that's personal to Virginia head football coach Mike London. Now, it's also a cause that is personal to the UVa track and field team.
Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Hamzah Zainuddin met with the passengers' relatives in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday to talk about where to go next.
A South Korean prosecutor said Monday that four more crew members of a ferry that sank off the country's south coast had been detained on charges that they had allegedly failed to protect the stricken vessel's passengers.
The residents of 308 Oquendo Street were jolted awake in the middle of the night by violent shaking and a noise that they likened to a freight train, or an exploding bomb.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe sent a religious offering Monday to a Tokyo shrine that honors the dead, including executed war criminals — long a source of tension with Japan's neighbors China and South Korea.