Into the Vortex

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A Cultural Record

A Cultural Record

The Library of Virginia is marking its bicentennial with “200 Years, 200 Stories.”
A Few Good Men

A Few Good Men

A timely and engaging “A Soldier’s Play” explores internalized racism at Swift Creek Mill Theatre.
Graffiti Guru

Graffiti Guru

Artist Silly Genius has finally broken into the gallery scene and now he wants to bring others with him.
49 Rising

49 Rising

49 Winchester lead singer Isaac Gibson looks back on an ascendent year for the Virginia alt-country outfit.
Laughing Through Tears

Laughing Through Tears

Richmond Shakespeare's “Uncle Vanya” leavens a story of quiet desperation with compelling comedy.
Remember the Titan

Remember the Titan

Richmond jazz players to celebrate legendary bassist and composer Charles Mingus while raising money for the ALS Association.
Proving her Medal

Proving her Medal

Local author reflects on her inauguration as a literary National Ambassador, her days at Style and reacquainting kids with joy.
Musical Flame

Musical Flame

A music photographer launches community app to bring industry pros and scene lovers together.
Into the Vortex

Into the Vortex

“Infinity Pool” is a singular movie by a natural born filmmaker still burning to prove himself.
Live from Musical Nirvana

Live from Musical Nirvana

Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams will perform at Richmond Music Hall in support of their new album, “Live at Levon’s!”

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The Big Cheese

The Big Cheese

Truckle Cheesemongers’ new brick-and-mortar provides room to grow.
The Joy of Sandwiches

The Joy of Sandwiches

Hatch Local wouldn’t be half as fun if not for the nostalgia of Fat Kid Sandwiches.
Chophouse Charm

Chophouse Charm

Mike Lindsey’s Broad Street restaurant combines chic steakhouse and Southern authenticity.

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PICK: Rex Richardson at Dominion Jazz Café in VMFA, Jan. 25 and at Brun, Jan. 27 PICK: The music of Horace Silver by the Butterbean Jazz Quintet at Bottom’s Up Pizza, Sunday, Jan. 22 Review: Brock, Lanzetti, and Ogawa at VCU's  Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, Jan. 17

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