The Debate Continues 

The five candidates for mayor will face questions next week on issues related to education, arts and culture during part two of our three-part series, Richmond Decision '08.

You're invited to the event Tuesday, Oct. 14, at the Virginia Historical Society. The forum begins with a reception at 5:30 p.m. and a program following from 6-8 p.m.

The panel posing questions consists of Brandon Reynolds, arts and culture editor at Style Weekly; Sandra Jones, news reporter at WTVR-TV/CBS 6; and Michael Paul Williams, columnist for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Style Editor Jason Roop moderates.

The forums are also blogged live on RVANews.com and recorded for broadcast the following Fridays at 1 p.m. by WRIR-LP 97.3 FM radio, and streaming at wrir.org.

Richmond Decision '08 is sponsored by Style Weekly, the League of Women Voters, the Virginia Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, the Coalition for a Greater Richmond and the Virginia United Methodist Board of Church and Society. For more information see the ad on page 62.





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