Hollywood's most beloved oddball, Crispin Glover, returns to the Byrd Theatre.
Sunday, Dec. 8. 6:30 p.m.
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A new collective at the end of First Fridays makes and displays art.
Richmond's oldest neighborhood deserves a lot more planning than a rubber stamp for a baseball stadium.
Exploring the revolution of the female form at Anderson Gallery.
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Friends celebrate local musician Billy Ray Hatley while his family fights for medical care.
Harrisonburg's Americana heroes, the Steel Wheels, keep gaining steam.
Richmond viral video star Shannon Montsinger sends one out to the ladies — then takes it back.
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Local filmmaker starts film series at Studio Two Three.
Movie Review: "12 Years a Slave" reveals some of the worst realities of American history — but the book is better.
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Theater Review: Richmond Triangle Players' "It's a Fabulous Life" has more camp than a John Waters movie.
Theater Review: Guests of Firehouse Theatre's "The Wild Party" include compelling performances and messy mayhem.
Theater Review: Swift Creek goes all out for its silly and memorable musical "The Drowsy Chaperone."
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