“The Harder They Come” at the Byrd Theatre

Wednesday, May 29

The Wimps, Camp Howard and Twain at The Camel

Friday, May 24

Jonny Z Fest at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery

Sunday, May 26

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Across Time

With a handsome renovation, the Robinson House finds new life.

Transitory Moments

Artist Ed Trask talks about his new exhibit at Glave Kocen Gallery and how he started having fun again with studio painting.

Saturday’s for Breathing

The third annual Peace Love RVA Yoga Festival at Maymont showcases healthy lifestyle businesses and mindfulness.

Mojo Workin’

Fly guy actor and director Tim Reid keeps the old man at bay with his new men’s fashion collection.

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Big Sounds

One of New York’s most atmospheric trios, Big Lazy, returns to Richmond with a guest sitting in from Miramar and Bio Ritmo.

Secret Swagger

Here, queer and a total shitkicker, the enigmatic Orville Peck keeps us guessing and swooning.

UPDATE: Some Final Details on Pharrell's Something in the Water festival at Virginia Beach

The Next Generation

A look at some rising players in Richmond’s jazz scene.

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Frustrated in Space

Sci-fi film “High Life” from French auteur Claire Denis is beautiful but ludicrously inert.

Bold but Boring

Filled with long speeches, the political film “Peterloo” is exhausting.

Soulful Communions

Joaquin Phoenix plays Jesus as an anti-capitalist cult leader in the #MeToo Bible film, “Mary Magdalene,” and a prisoner bonds with a horse in the “The Mustang.”

Boomer Blues

Mary Kay Place delivers a powerful lead turn in “Diane.”

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PICK: Hardhats on the Canal

A 20-person tour of the Pumphouse and concert this Sunday.

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Rotten Luck

The raucous musical “Something Rotten!” mines the incongruity between the Elizabethan era and the Broadway musical.

Out of the Box

TheatreLab’s latest explores race and identity in ways that challenge its performers and audience.

Return of the Absurd

“Wrong Chopped” at Firehouse roasts conventional theater.

Pet Sounds

Firehouse’s “Animal Control” explores justice and compassion through a dog dispute.

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