• Issue Archive for
  • Jul 8-14, 2009
  • Vol. 27, No. 27

News & Features

  • The Pageantry of Pleasantry

    In his first six months Mayor Dwight Jones eschews the bully pulpit for a kinder, gentler approach. Is it a lack of leadership or a savvy opening salvo?

Arts & Events

  • Now Hear This

    Reviews of recently released music from Regina Spektor, Vanessa Williams, Jarrard Anthony and others.
  • A Fox in the Henhouse

    Musicians from all over the world gather at a small farm in rural Virginia, seeking opera from a venerable conductor.
  • Menu of a Mission

    From the seed to the supermarket, “Food, Inc.” makes a case for going back to our roots.
  • Meshugamorphosis

    Woody Allen and Larry David meld into one superneurotic in “Whatever Works.”
  • Getting Some Fairy Tail

    Richmond Shakespeare's "Midsummer" adds pop culture to a play that is sexy or innocent, depending on what you're looking for.
  • Lofty Aspirations

    New downtown residential buildings embrace the developing areas so much they offer plenty of balcony views.

Food & Drink

  • PBR Haikus Redux

    In the Bar Guide 2009 (June 24), we dropped some ancient Japanese poetry dedicated to an ancient Midwestern beer that, like the haiku, is uncomplicated, gets the job done, and will probably be around forever. We asked you to write your own and here's

Opinion & Blogs

  • The River Reserve

    Richmond doesn't need more parkland. It needs better parks and better funding. A more sensible approach to riverfront development would help bring that about.

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