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  • Oct 15-21, 2008
  • Vol. 26, No. 42

News & Features

  • Dwight's Dilemma
  • Dwight's Dilemma

    After five years and $5 million, what does mayoral candidate Dwight C. Jones have to show for his redevelopment efforts on Hull Street?
  • Built to Shill
  • Built to Shill

    Martin Agency creative talent is on display at the National. And sorry, Wal-Mart, but it didn't even cost a fortune.

Arts & Events

  • Cast of Characters
  • Cast of Characters

    The sixth James River Writers Conference pulls in an expert on Southern writing, a surprising number of graduates from St. Christopher's and a poet whose words compete with naked ladies.
  • Dusty Trails
  • Dusty Trails

    The enjoyable Western conventions in “Appaloosa” get a little too rangy to follow by the end.
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  • See What I Mean?
  • See What I Mean?

    “Blindness” has a lot of unsettling collisions, and not just people bumping into things.
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  • Blasfunny
  • Blasfunny

    Bill Maher mocks, but makes more than a mockumentary in “Religulous.”
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Food & Drink

  • Game for Change
  • Game for Change

    Michael Byrne, owner of Richbrau in Shockoe Slip, unveils a major makeover this week at the city's biggest multipurpose restaurant. It's been a long, expensive process with a fair amount of risk attached. Now he's hoping Richmond will play

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