Kicking History’s Anthill 

In the fight over a downtown amphitheater, who's right - the developers or the preservation advocates? It's both.

Downtown Richmond is a land mine — literally. It isn't undetonated bombs to avoid; submerged weapons awaiting the Union Navy were removed from the James River long ago. It's that every acre of our town holds significant history and memories are…

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