Saturday, Jan. 24 and Sunday, Jan. 25
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With a former assistant and a daughter at the helm, a gallery enters a period of transition.
Comedian Roy Wood Jr. talks about football, late-night television and why he loves Richmond.
A new exhibit of Church Hill photos at the Valentine puts stories with places.
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Antibalas keeps Afrobeat music working no matter the weather.
After losing his hoop dreams, guitarist Jarekus Singleton was saved by the blues.
Richmond's favorite musical memories of 2014.
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Clint Eastwood's latest is a misfire.
Movie Review: "Selma" powerfully captures an important victory.
The winners, the losers and the tragically flawed from the year in cinema.
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The Latin Ballet of Virginia keeps the holiday traditions of other countries alive with “The Legend of the Poinsettia.”
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.
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First you’ll cringe then you’ll laugh at “The Lyons.”
Richmond Shakespeare and Henley Street Theatre recreate the most tragic theater bill in local history — with the dead beneath their feet.
The ups, downs and modern twists of Richmond’s year in theater.
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