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The unseasonably warm weather this past weekend made it seem more like May than February. Visitors flocked to river (and hopefully
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Richmond Symphony and Windborne Music team up for David Bowie cover concert at Altria this weekend

The genius of David Bowie's innovative range of musical styles influenced multiple generations of groundbreaking music. Hear his i
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CPAC rescinds invite to right wing “provocateur”/Nazi Milo Yiannopoulos for video ‘condoning pedophilia’

In the videos, Yiannopoulos defends adult men of all ages having sex with young teen boys – which is legally rape, and is also c
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Assembly OKs amendment to help surviving spouses of disabled vets

RICHMOND – A constitutional amendment to expand a tax exemption for surviving spouses of disabled veterans has passed unanimousl
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Rapper Jawnii-Abhi teams up with Dr. Millionaire for sensual new track

“Did not expect moustachioed guy with hipster hat,” read a comment on the YouTube video for Jawnii-Abhi’s August 2016 single
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Dave Bratt to hold first in-district Town Hall of 2017... an hour south of RVA

Virginia's 7th district Congressman Dave Brat will hold his first in-person town hall meeting of 2017 tomorrow, Tuesday, 2/21, in
RVA Magazine

Environmentalists disappointed by House’s coal ash bill

RICHMOND – A bill approved by the House on Friday would require Dominion Virginia Power to study whether its controversial coal
RVA Magazine

Science museum of VA drops scientifically-accurate and pop culturally-precise "Climate Change Bop!"

Featuring some of the smartest, climate-focused minds in RVA, "Climate Change Bop!" is a silly way to start your week and learn a
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RVA LGBTQ Black History Month Honoree: Chevelle Moss-Savage

When Chevelle Moss-Savage came into her authentic self and started to embrace her queerness, she eagerly searched within the LGBT
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TheatreLAB opens ‘The Cellar Series’ tonight with staged reading of Eve Ensler’s ‘the Good Body’

"When we see ourselves in other people, we begin to understand that we belong to each other”
Oregon Hill

The Eye of Sauron

From local photographer Arthur Stephens: Sun setting on the Lee Bridge while the Eye of Sauron watches on. It may look like a sce
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The School Budget

Recently seen flyer: From recent Times Dispatch article: Newly seated Mayor Levar Stoney, who promised a smoother process on the
Oregon Hill

L’Opossum Wins The 2017 Elby’s

Congratulations to David Shannon, chef and owner of L’Opossum! His 2 1/2 year old restaurant, at the corner of China and S.
RVA Hub Downtown

Environmentalists disappointed by House’s coal ash bill

By Julie Rothey – Capital News Service A bill approved by the House on Friday would require Dominion Virginia Power to study wh
RVA Hub West End

HCPS hosting major hiring event this Saturday at Glen Allen High School

The hiring event takes place Saturday, February 25th from 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM at Glen Allen High School. The post HCPS hosting ma
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

Free a tree in James River Park

The James River Park System has a list of the Ten Worst Invasive Species in James River Park. Everyone will recognize the English
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

GRTC announces public meetings to discuss new bus routes

Now that City Council has officially gotten on board with GRTC’s plans to update the city’s bus routes and make them m
Church Hill People's News

Nota Bene named Best New Restaurant in Richmond

The East End continues to be recognized for our food and drink! Victoria DeRoche’s Nota Bene got the nod for “Best
RVA Hub Downtown

RVA Legends — Original City Hall

Eleventh & Capitol Streets Built, 1818 Demolished, 1874 Architects, Robert Mills & Maximilian Godefroy A cautionary tale a
Church Hill People's News

Man shot in Creighton

WRIC8 is reporting that a man was shot early this morning at Bunch and Nine Mile, receiving non-life-threatening injuries.
Dogtown Dish

CBS 6 Melissa Hipolit: Residents say blossoming Manchester area needs improved infrastructure

I was on a business trip and caught in the middle of DC rush hour traffic when a call came in from CBS 6 reporter Melissa Hipolit


Oregon Hill

Sunny Sunday Morning On Laurel Street

West side of 300 block of S.Laurel
Church Hill People's News

Gather Home and Garden reopens today

After a a break to restock and remodel, Gather Home and Garden at 2704 East Marshall Street reopens TODAY for regular hours star
Dogtown Dish

Dogtown Dance Theatre – Mardi Gras 2017 in Manchester

RVA come visit Manchester on Saturday, February 25, 2017 for Dogtown Dance Theatre’s 6th annual Mardi Gras event!  See belo
Church Hill People's News

Richmond featured on C-SPAN this weekend

Richmond is featured on C-SPAN’s “Cities Tour” this weekend. All of the video segments are available online (o
Church Hill People's News

Man caught trying to take package from mailbox

From Lisa: I was sitting in my car down the block from my house (Clay and 29th). A man walking his dog down the street towards


VCU Ram Nation

VCU 84, Richmond 71: Or, We Built This City on Rock and Roll…

If I’m being honest, a true recap of last night’s uber-fun win over that bunch from Henrico County is a fool’s e
Church Hill People's News

Two big Union Hill projects before CAR this month

The agenda for the February 28 meeting of the Commission of Architectural Review has a slew of local projects, including two big
Church Hill People's News

This week’s calendar

ARE WE MISSING SOMETHING? ADD IT TO THE CALENDAR! — ∮∮∮ — Yoga @ CrossfitPrelude Sun Feb 19 11:00 am Classes ar
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Video: VCU completes regular season sweep of crosstown rival UR, 84-73 [INSIDER]

It was everything you wanted in a crosstown rivalry game, and in the end VCU (22-5, 12-2 A10) came away with the 84-73 victory.


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Photo Gallery: VCU at Richmond

VCU goes 2-0 against Richmond in the regular season, bringing home their 22nd win of the season in a 84-73 victory at the Robins C
VCU Ram Nation

VCU completes regular season sweep of crosstown rival UR, 84-73

It was everything you wanted in a crosstown rivalry game, and in the end VCU (22-5, 12-2 A10) came away with the 84-73 victory.
Oregon Hill

Vinyl Conflict Goes Green

Quick peak at the new paint job at Vinyl Conflict. It will be open tomorrow.
Oregon Hill

Dumb Waiter At Mojo’s Tomorrow Night

From FaceBook event page: Dumb Waiter Jazz-metal-funk trash bins playing trash music. “Cancel Christmas” vinyl + new
Church Hill People's News

NOW WHAT? at Mt.Olivet on Tuesday

RVA Hub Hills & Heights

Clean-up of Forest Hill Park including Trash Island set for March 4th

Earlier in the week we posted a picture dubbed Trash Island and it struck a nerve with quite a few people. The good news is that
RVA Magazine

Local pop rock group President Sam drops debut EP tonight at The Canal Club

Local pop rock band President Sam will release their debut EP, Sounds Like Summer, on February 20 (cleverly, on President’s Day)
Gay RVA

RVA LGBTQ Black History Month Honoree: Zakia McKensey

Zakia McKensey, a native of Richmond, VA and has worked tirelessly to advocate for the transgender community and those affected or
RVA Magazine

Assembly passes bill to allow sale of 151-proof liquor

RICHMOND – The General Assembly has given final approval to a bill that would allow the sale of 151-proof liquor in Virginia –
RVA Magazine

Op-Ed: Concern over Altria, Dominion and VCU funding Mayor Stoney's City Hall audit

“There had been a nearly effortless growth in my life, and then suddenly I slammed hard against a painful reality I never saw co
RVA Magazine

Learn about Friends For Equality before tonight's five-band benefit show at Strange Matter

Everyone processes things in different ways, and this past November's election results was a perfect example. While millions of Am
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Richmond-area freshmen Congressman Don McEachin joins House LGBT Equality Caucus

"It’s important for my constituents to know that I am there fighting for them.”
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Washington State Supreme Court sides with same-sex couple who was refused service by Christian florist

Claims of right to discriminate based on her religious beliefs again rejected