Dancing with the Ancestors

Elegba Folklore Society’s Juneteenth holiday celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Fourteenth Annual InLight to be held Nov. 12-13

Will take place at Great Shiplock Park, Chapel Island and nearby sites on the Low Line in Richmond.

A History of Rebellion

Online talk digs into the role of Black women in Nat Turner’s community.

What's Happenin'?

Events are starting to pick back up. Here are three this weekend.

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Toast of the Town

Butcher Brown celebrates a string of hard-earned victories as headliner at the final Friday Cheers concert of 2021.

A Natural Journey

Virginia legend Bruce Hornsby looks back on his career, working with Spike Lee and his musical goals.

Living in America

Prabir Mehta explores his immigrant roots on all-star band’s debut album, “Haanji.”

Hearing the Call

Menuhin Competition guest artist Regina Carter discusses the Olympics for young violinists, held this year in Richmond.

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Spellbound

German director Christian Petzold’s quiet new film “Undine” gets under your skin.

Bring on the Blockbusters

A film critic returns to proper moviegoing with some (mostly lacking) horror titles.

Calling Film Junkies

The James River Film Festival is returning with a free virtual event over four days, though donations are needed.

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A Better Friends Reunion

For those who fondly remember Best Friends Day, now there’s a yearbook of wild photographic memories.

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Force of Nature

Terrific writing and another memorable turn from Kate Winslet in HBO’s gritty crime series, “Mare of Easttown.”

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Nature Boy

World premiere of Andrew Gall’s “Walled In” at Firehouse explores a toxic person’s dawning appreciation of Thoreau.

Coma Chameleon

“4000 Days” at Richmond Triangle Players explores love and memory.

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  • PICK: Miguel Carter-Fisher's "Negative Shapes" at Eric Schindler Gallery

    PICK: Miguel Carter-Fisher's "Negative Shapes" at Eric Schindler Gallery

    Art opening held on Friday, June 11. Exhibition runs through July 9.
    • Jun 9, 2021
  • Feature doc "How the Monuments Came Down" screening at Maymont, June 10

    Feature doc "How the Monuments Came Down" screening at Maymont, June 10

    VPM and Virginia Film Office-funded film explores Richmond history through Confederate monuments.
    • May 14, 2021
  • Gallery5 goes to all-Virginia products to lower carbon footprint

    Gallery5 goes to all-Virginia products to lower carbon footprint

    Also holding 50 Mile Fest art show during month of May.
    • May 7, 2021
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