The Second Act 

He's clashed with the Richmond arts community for three years. But Mayor Dwight Jones says he's ready to make peace.

Mayor Dwight C. Jones is the first to say it: "The arts are not my background." The Baptist preacher and veteran politician acknowledges that he's never taken an art class, performed in a play or learned a musical instrument: "I sang…

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