Tuesday, November 6, 2007

The Score

Posted on Tue, Nov 6, 2007 at 4:00 AM

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Hanover Avenue continues its Fan domination of Halloween trick-or-treating. But it's getting harder to compete against the deep pockets of West Avenue, which flies in its chocolate from Switzerland.



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An unknown white male draws condemnation on the University of Richmond campus after he's spotted wearing blackface (see "Sources Say"). We were wondering whatever happened to Michael Richards.



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Mike Paul, a national expert in reputation management, shares tips at a luncheon of the Richmond chapter of the Public Relations Society of America. Tip No. 1: If you're a white male, do not wear blackface.



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There's too much poultry litter in Page and Rockingham counties, so Virginia starts a $600,000 state program to spread the manure to farms in other counties. Which updates the old classic: "Why did the chicken poop cross the road?"



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A strange mix of performers converges on Richmond, including poet Maya Angelou, hard-core rockers Avail and country singer Ricky Skaggs. And when they all met at the intersection, it started raining frogs.



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