Everyday People

A new musical written by a former Richmond police officer aims to de-stigmatize the disenfranchised.

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Beltway-area band Workers Comp returns to Richmond with a new LP.
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"Longlegs" is another horror movie shackled by the past.
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Ska-rock veterans Fighting Gravity are still feeling the love before Brown's Island show with AAE and the Connells.
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HatTheatre readies “The Roommate,” a play billed as “The Odd Couple” meets “Breaking Bad.”
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The new, old-school pipe organ at Cathedral of the Sacred Heart is ready for its closeup. 
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The Barbed Wires make the long distance thing work.
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Think your pet deserves the crown? Nominate them here!
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Firehouse Theatre readies “Buried Child,” a Pulitzer-winning play about disillusionment with the American Dream.
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Richmond Shakespeare readies “Doctor Faustus” to make his famous deal with the devil.
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UPCOMING EVENTS

A Bucket Unkicked

With “A Few More for the Road,” local favorite Alan Sader turns his cancer diagnosis into a gift to the community.

NEWS

Without a venue since 2020, Chamberlayne Actors Theatre announces residency at Hanover Tavern.
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Announcement marks return of dual leadership and additional staff shifts.
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From rock ‘n’ rollers to philanthropists to Dirtwoman, a guide to the rich LGBTQ+ history of the river city.
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FOOD + DRINK

First episode of VPM-produced Edna Lewis documentary airs on July 19.
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Three places to enjoy brunch before the summer humidity gets oppressive.
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Nectar is having a June pop-up at Sub Rosa Bakery.
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THEATER

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