Places at the Table

Places at the Table

Panel discussion to celebrate the 100-year-history of women in Virginia’s House of Delegates.

PICK: DJ Williams and friends at Tang and Biscuit, Saturday, Feb. 25

Renowned guitarist living in Colorado returns to his former hometown.

PICK: Preservation Hall Jazz Band’s 60th Anniversary Celebration

Afternoon show on Sunday, Nov. 13 at the Modlin Center, UR.

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Seeking Connections

April is Autism Awareness Month but the John Maloney Project is getting an early start.

First Bloom

With spring upon us, flower experts share their perspectives on growing, buying and design.

From Langley to The Moon

Charting the space race at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture.

Making Space

A new mural shows the beauty of elderhood in Richmond. But is that still within reach?

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Paying Inspiration Forward

Christina Marie Gleixner of Turkish-language band Yeni Nostalji on Friday’s earthquake relief benefit at Gallery5.

Guess Work

A Virginia music archivist brings it all back home with "Unbroken Melodies," a collection of rare Norfolk soul.

That One Song: “Cosmic Changes” by Lonnie Liston Smith

Richmond jazz legend works with a former member of A Tribe Called Quest.

Streaming the Swamp

A new trove of interviews from late Richmond musician Page Wilson hits online station, The Breeze.

Back to the Future

Neo-soul artist Ms. Jaylin Brown is on the rise — and raising money for graduate study in Spain.

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Business as Usual

A new Netflix documentary, “Money Shot: The Story of Pornhub” has a scattershot, “preaching to the choir” infotainment quality.

Career Opportunities

Church Hill's Oakwood Arts is helping creatives find jobs in the film industry.

Spiders Playing Poker

“Palm Trees and Power Lines” is a visceral and disturbing story of sexual grooming in the Southwest.

The Big Picture

The RVA Environmental Festival to kick off a week of free films to educate and inspire.

Green Screens

The Wild & Scenic film festival screens short environmental films at the Science Museum.

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Modern Love

Modern Richmond explores rare archival examples of modern design in the city.

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Valley Guy

With “Guardians of the Valley,” Richmond author Dean King finds new facets in the John Muir mythology.

Book review: “Desegregation in Northern Virginia Libraries”

New book by Chris Barbuschak and Suzanne S. LaPierre is deeply researched.

Virginia is for Weird

From buried treasure to Devil Monkeys, author Denver Michaels tells Virginia's ‘Strange Tales.’

Higher Powers

Playing the hand of fate with Kid Congo in his recent memoir, “Some New Kind of Kick.”

Book Excerpt: A Police Beating in Petersburg

Eighty years ago, a young Black man was tortured by Petersburg police on a bogus charge that brought him within two days of execution.

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Follow the Leader

Oliver Wood brings a sense of renewal to The Wood Brothers’ June show at Maymont.

Rounding Up

For her 18th choreographer’s showcase, Starr Foster is bringing the audience in close to celebrate Pride month.

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Step into the Light

New Science Museum exhibit provides fun, interactive learning about the science of light in our daily lives.

Founding Philosophies

In honor of Religious Freedom Day and MLK Jr. Day, The Valentine is hosting an intersectional conversation about our founding ideals.

Complicated Histories

Early images of African Americans at VMFA underscore how photography challenged efforts to dehumanize.

Reclaiming Space

Protest images by Richmond Free Press photojournalists remain at Branch Museum until Sept.11.

Shark Summer

A jaw-dropping new exhibition at the Science Museum looks to correct misconceptions about an apex predator of the seas.

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Father Knows Best

The fatherhood story of “Les Miserables” has a special resonance for actress new to touring.

Party Girl

Virginia Opera says “La Traviata” marks a return to “truly grand opera.”

Cringe Binge

A post-Valentine’s Day show of awkward sexual moments comes to the Firehouse.

Room to Croon

Richmond stage star brings his “Mister Showtime” act to the Tin Pan for Valentine’s Day.

The Lavender Scare

Virginia Opera’s “Fellow Travelers” highlights the persecution of gay men during the era of McCarthyism.

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Recovered Memories

An HBO docuseries explores the fallout from a 1985 murder in Beatrice, Nebraska that still haunts a small community.

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From Hero to “Zero”

Jason Marks channels legendary thespian Zero Mostel in his first one-man show.

War All The Time

One-act festival “War in Pieces” shines a light on veterans’ stories.

Knitting A Comedy Together

A playwriting couple’s world premiere opens at Cadence after an assist from Pulitzer Prize-winner Lindsay-Abaire.

Last Train to Lewiston

HatTheatre’s “Lewiston” explores family and legacy in the wake of Lewis and Clark.

When Time Breaks

In world premiere play, “After December,” a poet alters reality in a cavalcade of stunning visuals.

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