Wednesday, July 10, 2002

the score

A weekly ranking of the city zeitgeist

Posted on Wed, Jul 10, 2002 at 4:00 AM


Go easy on the carp and blue catfish out of the James River between Richmond and Hopewell. Scientists report the fish are carrying high levels of toxic chemicals. Must be a result of all those preservatives they're putting in worms these days.


Richmonders crowd the highways to celebrate July 4. Of course, half the I-64 traffic is just now getting back from last year.


A Richmond developer offers a $1,000 reward to catch the vandal who painted "DIRTY OL SOUTH" on the Central National Bank building downtown. Dag nabbit, ya'll, we gonna hunt down this lily-livered outlaw and string him up. Bless his heart.




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