Butcher Brown doesn’t want its music pigeonholed by the jazz label.
Friday, Dec. 26 through Tuesday, Dec. 30
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Architecture Review: The VCU Medical Center’s light display beams a new energy from Richmond.
Exploring moral codes, the “Love and Radio” podcast offers some of the most emotionally complicated stories anywhere.
Kelli Lemon: General Manager at Mama J’s, Radio DJ, Host and Promoter.
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Have yourself a merry little something with a special edition music compilation.
Under a new agreement, Richmond Symphony musicians lock in some security and soon may be popping up across the state.
Washington-based experimental guitarist Anthony Pirog loops in St. John’s Church.
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Movie Review: P.T. Anderson’s “Inherent Vice” stays true to its circuitous source.
Movie Review: “Wild” mostly takes a memoirist’s real-life hike through the paces.
From Santa Claus battling Martians to a “Twin Peaks” festival, Movie Club Richmond is bringing back the fun.
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Sugar Plum Switch-Up: There’s a new tutu in town for “The Nutcracker."
A look at two shows last month that stood out in the dance world.
In 1959, a John Butler premiere caused near fistfights in the lobby. Here's how Richmond Ballet became the guardian of a most scandalous dance.
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Theatre Review: There are charming performances and cheesy disco to be had in Hanover Tavern’s stroll down memory lane.
Theater Review: You may know “A Christmas Carol” by heart, but this one offers a refreshing take.
Theater Review: With "A Civil War Christmas," Firehouse offers flashes of fun but an overstuffed story in the ambitious offering.
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