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2016 Photos of the Year 

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Photos of the Year. Images of Richmond that resonated in 2016.
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Detail of a bike sculpture in Lakeside.
Birds circling Manchester on a winter evening.
Richard Waller Jr.'s business on East Broad Street, Waller & Co. Jewelers, has been in his family since 1900. Waller has seen decades of changes in the area and is about to witness another wave. And that could affect the future location of the store.
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Elvin Click, 57, owner of Knockerball, which was an attraction at the 2016 State Fair. On the opening Saturday of the fair, 850 people enjoyed the tumbling inside the oversized plastic ball.
Darius Cephas leads protestors up West Franklin Street during the Fight for $15 minimum wage rally.
Grosijean Moore, Detriot, Michigan fires up protestors in Monroe Park before the start of the Fight for S15 minimum wage rally.
Jarod Butler, Orlando, Florida marched in 100 degree heat to protest the current minimum wage during the Fight for $15 protest. The rally took place in Richmond in July.
Members of the Highland Springs High School and Henrico High School marching bands on Broad Street during the annual Christmas parade.
Much of the renovation of Kanawha plaza took place in 2016. The park reopened in September after a 2.9 million overhaul.
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Hundreds gathered on June 14 at Diversity Richmond to honor the victims of the Orlando Pulse nightclub massacre.
Protestors march West on Main Street during the Richmond Grabs Back Anti-Trump rally on November 12.
Protestors at the Richmond Grabs Back Anti-Trump rally listen to the opening remarks, prior to the march starting from the VCU campus.
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Tim Kaine and Anne Holton celebrated with Tim's parents and their daughter Annella at the end of a homecoming rally on election eve. The rally was held in a hangar at the Richmond International Airport.
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Students from Trinity Episcopal School's outdoor program commute to campus by river.
Protestors speak out against the election of Donald J. Trump during a rally on November 12 in Richmond.
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