Kimberly Jones Clark 
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Re: “Update: Christmas Comes Early for Local Radio Station

Come on guys! Christmas loses its special magic when we have to hear it from Halloween on. REALLY????? Enough already! Sounds more like a cop out from regular DJ programming.

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Posted by Kimberly Jones Clark on 11/04/2014 at 2:55 PM

Re: “Deejay Gray, 25

One thing we can do to keep this situation from completely blowing out of proportion, as seems to happen so often in this town, is for the cowardly back stabbing to cease. If you have something to say on a public forum such as this, then use your real name. This goes for both sides of the argument. If "James_ Bowden" is not your real name, make your identity clear. "Lynn", what's your last name? Same applies to "JackFrost" and "Stephen_IsThat_You" and "RvaTheatre". If we are going to make accusations on either side, then we need to have the courage to own them. Enough is enough!

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Posted by Kimberly Jones Clark on 01/03/2014 at 9:30 AM

Re: “Deejay Gray, 25

Hi, I'm Kimberly Jones Clark. I feel the need to jump in and defend a dear friend of mine. Someone above signed their name as "Stephen_IsThat_You?" I certainly understand the frustration and anger that one feels when someone you hold in the highest regard is slandered. I just want to ask that everyone please be careful in making assumptions too quickly. Stephen is my good friend. We have been meeting for several months now to simply talk and lend each other an ear for whatever may be on our minds. It is obvious to a lot of people that Stephen had issues with Deejay, stemming from past business experiences. I for one have no problem with Deejay at all. I have worked with him once and thoroughly enjoyed it. But, we each have our own experiences. When these comments on the TOP 40 UNDER 40 first came out in Style, Stephen and I talked about them. He swore to me up and down that none of the negative comments were posted by him. I believe him. He knew that people would immediately point fingers in his direction should any negative comments become posted publicly. He's too smart for that. He's also moving on in his life, and has chosen not to dwell on the topic. So again, all I'm asking is for people to please think before making accusations.

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Posted by Kimberly Jones Clark on 01/02/2014 at 9:23 PM

Re: “Giant Confederate Flag to Welcome Visitors to Richmond

I would like to suggest that we put an Equality Virginia Rainbow flag of the same size right next to this Confederate one. Then we can all sit back and watch the Virginia Flaggers' brains explode. Now THAT would bring some tourists!

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Posted by Kimberly Jones Clark on 08/07/2013 at 5:30 PM

Re: “Letter: In Firehouse Controversy, Time to Come Together

"Disappointed", you need to check your facts before you post a comment. You said, "Why would they choose to patronize a theatre now shunned by all the top talent (and by this I mean RTCC winners and Style Best awardees?)" Apparently you missed the fact that the cast of "Time Stands Still" currently playing at the FTP, Audra Honaker, Aly Wepplo, Ford Flannagan, and Charley Raintree are all RTCC nominees. Plus, Audra Honaker is a two time RTCC Award winner AND STYLE Weekly's 'Best Local Actress' of 2011. The product IS good, and audiences ARE going. It's time to face the real facts, not "facts" based on wishful thinking. The boycott has lost its momentum. All one has to do is look at the ratio of 'likes' to 'dislikes' of the comments above to see that you are outnumbered. It's time to move on. Your whining has grown tiresome and quite embarrassing for the city of Richmond. Not enough people care anymore. And THAT is the cold, hard reality.

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Posted by Kimberly Jones Clark on 04/29/2013 at 9:28 AM

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