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Tuesday, November 17, 2015

The Score

Posted on Tue, Nov 17, 2015 at 12:34 PM

-4 Through his press secretary, Mayor Dwight Jones tells the T-D that baseball isn’t a priority in redeveloping the Boulevard. Well, at least the Flying Squirrels landed in a city full of nuts.

-6 Proponents of an independent children’s hospital for Richmond tell City Council they must put plans on hold to reassess their options. Sometimes, children are the future. Then there are times they need to be driven to other states for medical treatment.

+5 1708 Gallery’s InLight Richmond draws big weekend crowds to an outdoor exhibition of sound and light displays at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. This time of year, we prefer our lights a little more on the tacky side, but this was OK too.

+1 Singer Evan McKeel, a 20-year-old resident of Bon Air, wins his way into the top 12 contestants on NBC’s “The Voice.” Stay tuned for details about a Huguenot Road homecoming parade.

+3 Cider Week Virginia kicks off with events, tastings and fermented-apple celebrations across the state. An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but cider all week will make your liver shriek.

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