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🌊 This Week in NFK: Moving Out, Flock Cameras, Property Sales, Night Markets, Oxtail, Choco Tacos, and More.

What's Flowing in the City

A new regional study on out-migration suggests that general cost of living as well as the cost and availability of housing are driving residents to relocate to new areas. Rip it. 

YIMBY Hampton Roads has kicked off an effort to address the regions 50,000-unit housing shortage. Rip it. 

A Norfolk Judge Jamilah LeCruise rejected the use of Flock camera data as evidence in a recent criminal trial, saying that it cannot be used without a warrant. Rip it. 

Free meals are available to all children under 18 at some school locations throughout the summer. Rip it. 

The Norfolk-based USS Eisenhower and its crew have been battling Houthi attacks for nearly nine months, and there’s no clear replacement for them. Rip it. 

The latest Defense appropriations bill included pay raises for service members, DOD civilians, funding for one more Virginia Class submarine, and other shipyard work. Rip it. 

The General Assembly’s special session closed with no resolution on skill games or a broken military-family tuition program. Rip it. 

 A new bus line promises to connect the 757 to as far away as Harrisonburg, VA. Rip it. 

NSU is welcoming back Angie Nicholson as the new softball coach. Rip it. 

The Winnipeg Jets and their American Hockey League affiliate, the Manitoba Moose, announced Tuesday they have extended their partnership with the ECHL’s Norfolk Admirals for the 2024-25 season. Rip it.

The Tides, along with other AAA teams, are dropping the use of automated ball-strike systems, returning to a full challenge system. Rip it. 

The Norfolk Tides have seen the largest percentage increase in game attendance in the AA and AAA leagues. Rip it.

Local Pusha T is reuniting with his brother to resurrect Clipse for a new album produced entirely by Pharrell. Rip it. 

Registration is open for Summer Art Classes at the Hermitage Museum’s newly renovated Visual Arts School. Rip it. 

Virginia Symphony returns with “Where Wishes Come True” at Town Point Park on July 21st. Rip it.

 A timeline of local queer history and looped screenings of films on local queer history are on display at Selden Market. Rip it. 

Don’t miss the Black history tours on the ERT on June 29th. Rip it. 

It’s the last weekend to catch “A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder” at Little Theater of Norfolk. Rip it. 

Opening next weekend: “Fibrous”: A National Juried Exhibition of Fiber and Paper Artworks at d’Art. Rip it.

Cousinz Festival is taking over the Scope Plaza with headliner Erykah Badu and Jermaine Dupri on August 31st. Rip it. 

Currently on Display:
Assembly Group Exhibition at Assembly. Rip it.
Early Days: Indigenous Art at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.
Hampton Boyer: Colors of Us at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.
Fantastic Creatures of the Venetian Lagoon at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.
“I Am Copying Nobody” at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.
“Roses Are Red, My Braids Are Black” at Offsite Gallery. Rip it.
Fibrous: A National Juried Exhibition of Fiber and Paper Artworks at D’Art Center. Rip it.
Message in a Bottle: Picturing Maritime Culture in Hampton Roads at Barry Art Museum. Rip it.
Martha Chase: Progressive Kindness at Barry Art Museum. Rip it.
Perry Glass Art Collection at Glass Light. Rip it.
“An American Abroad” at Hermitage Museum & Gardens. Rip it.

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