September 22, 2022 Slideshows » Arts & Events

Celebrating The Richmond Mercury's 50th anniversary 

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The Branch Museum of Architecture and Design on Monument Avenue.
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Patsy Pettus, cultural leader and philanthropist, examines an archival issue of the Richmond Mercury.
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Peter Galassi, former production manager of the Mercury and curator of photography at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, visits with Joseph Knox, an art historian and former teacher at St. Christopher's School for Boys.
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Among the journalists currently working in Richmond in attendance were Rich Griset (from left), Ned Oliver, Larissa Tyler, Brent Baldwin, Jackie Kruszewski and Sarah Vogelsong.
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Walter Coppedge, former chair of the Virginia Commonwealth University English department (left) chats with civic leader Walter Dotts.
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Andrew Lewis, former chairman of Best Products and former chair of the mathematics department at VCU, served as the Richmond Mercury's restaurant critic.
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Edmund Rennolds, former publisher of the Richmond Mercury and Richard Bland, a Richmond artist and historian, hold high a copy of the former alternative weekly.
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Civic leader Bucci Zeugner (left) and Helen Scott Townsend Reed, an art historian, exchange ideas.
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Art collector and philanthropist Frances A. Lewis (from left), Jean Boone, founder and publisher of the Richmond Free Press, and author Rev. Ben Campbell, a former director of Richmond Hill and former editor of the Virginia Churchman, attend.
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Edmund Rennolds, former publisher of the Richmond Mercury, reminisces with Jean Boone, founder and publisher of the Richmond Free Press.
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Art collector and philanthropist Frances A. Lewis (from left), Jean Boone, founder and publisher of the Richmond Free Press, and author Rev. Ben Campbell, a former director of Richmond Hill and former editor of the Virginia Churchman, attend.

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