Aesthetic Agendas 

The city has nearly $3 million of taxpayer money to buy public art. So how does it get spent?

When many folks think of Richmond, they think monuments, and with good reason. There are icons at every turn, from the Christopher Columbus statue in Byrd Park with its backdrop of cascading water, to Bill "Bojangles" Robinson, who tap dances 24/7…

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