Night and Day

Magician David London at the Firehouse Theatre

Friday, Jan. 23

“The Wizard of Oz” at the Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen

Saturday, Jan. 24 and Sunday, Jan. 25

One Truth Record Release Show at the Hippodrome

Saturday, Jan. 24

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Arts and Culture

Life After Bev

With a former assistant and a daughter at the helm, a gallery enters a period of transition.

The Crankster

Comedian Roy Wood Jr. talks about football, late-night television and why he loves Richmond.

Living Museum

A new exhibit of Church Hill photos at the Valentine puts stories with places.

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Music

Boiling Rhythms

Antibalas keeps Afrobeat music working no matter the weather.

Triple Threat

After losing his hoop dreams, guitarist Jarekus Singleton was saved by the blues.

Emotional Rescue

Richmond's favorite musical memories of 2014.

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Movies

REVIEW: "American Sniper"

Clint Eastwood's latest is a misfire.

Fighting the Power

Movie Review: "Selma" powerfully captures an important victory.

Boys Club

The winners, the losers and the tragically flawed from the year in cinema.

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Dance

Lady in Red

The Latin Ballet of Virginia keeps the holiday traditions of other countries alive with “The Legend of the Poinsettia.”

Pretty in Pink

Sugar Plum Switch-Up: There’s a new tutu in town for “The Nutcracker."

REVIEW: Alonzo King/LINES at Modlin; and Dance Theatre of Harlem at Richmond CenterStage

A look at two shows last month that stood out in the dance world.

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Theater

REVIEW: 5th Wall Theatre's "The Lyons"

First you’ll cringe then you’ll laugh at “The Lyons.”

Monumental Fire

Richmond Shakespeare and Henley Street Theatre recreate the most tragic theater bill in local history — with the dead beneath their feet.

Stage Development

The ups, downs and modern twists of Richmond’s year in theater.

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Archives


Studio Blog

"Why Don't You Play In Hell?" Seriously.

Japanese cult film coming to the Byrd with Richmonder's poster.

Lights on the Lake

Guest artist from Argentina to project installation over Westhampton Lake.

Ryan Adams Playing Charlottesville in May

Jenny Lewis opens the show at nTelos Wireless Pavilion.

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