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Brassy Evening at the Broadberry

Globe-girdling, Richmond-based trumpeter Rex Richardson is in town for a one-night stand at the Broadberry on Wednesday night. They'll be joined on the bandstand by a group of greatly talented players. more »

Oct 21, 2014 The Hat

Listening for Grace

Ted & Co. TheaterWorks will be at First Mennonite Church of Richmond on Oct. 19 at 7 p.m to present "Listening for Grace," a new play that gives voice to the fears and hopes when a faith community engages in questions around same-sex relationships. more »

Oct 17, 2014 Seen & Heard

Noel Ritter

Cadence Theatre's 'Sight Unseen' Opens

This humorous Pulitzer Prize-nominated work by Donald Margulies tells the story of a wildly successful American Jewish artist whose British retrospective show leaves him pierced by racism and false memory. more »

Oct 17, 2014 Seen & Heard

Travis Croxton

Photo by Adam Ewing

Richmond Food News: Week of Oct. 13-17

Let's talk accolades, new restaurants, rooftop bars, closings and the best upcoming wining-and-dining events, with a few national food links for good measure. more »

Oct 16, 2014 Richmag Food

Virginia's Top 100 Buildings

Which buildings in the Old Dominion are favorites? That’s what Richmond’s Virginia Center for Architecture and the Virginia Society of the American Institute of Architects (AIA) answer in an exhibit closing Oct. 19. more »

Oct 16, 2014 R•Home Blog

Making History

Often, the largest differences in people’s lives occur here at home. That’s one of the driving ideas behind the Valentine’s Richmond History Makers, which marks its 10th anniversary on Oct. 21. more »

Oct 16, 2014 Arts & Culture

Tweed celebrates 10 years

How old are you? Tweed is 10, and they’ve invited you to celebrate their double-digit milestone with them all day on Wednesday, Oct. 15. more »

Oct 15, 2014 R•Home Blog

Clay McLeod Chapman

Sara Jurado

Chapman at the Poe Today

Richmond native Clay McLeod Chapman returns with a valise full of spooky, scary stories. more »

Oct 15, 2014 The Hat

Creativity, Humility and Legacy: The Creation of Southbound

Chefs Lee Gregory and Joe Sparatta sit down for a behind-the-scenes interview at Southbound, their new restaurant collaboration. more »

Oct 14, 2014 Richmag Food

April Marcell as Keckly

Photo by Ken Roy

From Slave to Renaissance Woman'

Former Dinwiddie County slave Elizabeth Keckly is the subject of a new documentary film. more »

Oct 14, 2014 Entertainment

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