Spafford. Tank and the Bangas. Rubblebucket. A Place Called Home. The Concerns. The Dead Reckoning. And the list of national and live bands playing in Downtown Roanoke on April 11-14 just keeps going.
Shinrin-Yoku might be a new concept for you, but it’s one we think you’re going to love. Shinrin-Yoku is the idea that just being in the forest provides spiritual and physical healing.
There’s still time to be a part of Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon race weekend … without any training! Volunteer during the race or at Down by Downtown on the weekend of April 13.
Can you spare a couple bucks for the trails? The Roanoke Outside Foundation is participating in Roanoke Valley Gives on March 13 – make sure to send a little love to all of your favorite […]
National Triple Crown hiker Mike Fagan will come off the Appalachian Trail for a meet and greet in Daleville on March 20.
The Badass Lady Gang is a free global running movement on a mission to connect, support, and encourage women to get active in ways that empower them. The Roanoke chapter kicked off in January (although […]
We shared our groovy new Roanoke Outside shirt design with you here last week. (Kudos to local artist Josh Gibson for the bike art design.) If you want to snag a shirt or hat, or […]
A national paddling film festival is making a stop in Franklin County this spring.
You’ve probably met Kemper Fant. Or at least seen him outside. He’s a big advocate of the greenways and has operated a photography studio in Roanoke since 2004, photographing weddings, portraits, and light commercial jobs.
At the starting line on April 13, there will be 14 people who will be tackling their 10th Foot Levelers Blue Ridge Marathon.
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