Troy Overby of Richmond bowling league, Odds and Ends. (Photo by Jay Paul)
78 / Richmond to Broadway A growing group of performers with roots in the River City have found their footing on New York City stages, thanks in no small part to the rich resources in their hometown theater community. By Harry Kollatz Jr.
Mary Page Nance does an impromptu stunt outside the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre. (Photo by Steve Hedberg)
84 / Mix Media Put on a print that makes your heart sing or wear a stripe that will stop traffic. Make an artistic statement this summer with ideas from our multihued fashion spread. Photography by Kim Frost, styling by Megan Parry
Jenn bomber jacket, $45, Firefly Lane Boutique. Apiece Apart pants, $380, Verdalina. Joie sandals, $78, Nellie George. Mignonne Gavigan earrings, $195, Roan. Oh Jewelry bracelet, $48, Philosophie. Moyna clutch, $132, Nellie George.
92 / Real Estate Guide Richmond’s real estate market has come a long way from the depths of the Great Recession. We offer a snapshot of where things stand in the metro area. We also look at housing trends and provide insights from the pros. By Stuart Dubreuil, Tharon Giddens and Lynda Firth Raines.
The Richmond housing market takes off! Read all about it in our Real Estate Guide 2016.
23 / Richmonder of the Month Joe Seipel helped transform Richmond's physical and cultural landscape.
26 / Media A voice for Latino Richmond
Oscar Contreras in his studio at WBTK-AM Radio Poder (Photo by Jay Paul)
30 / Sunday Story A Petersburg cop spreads the gospel of double Dutch jump-rope. By Tina Griego
JumpStarz founder Patricia Clement double Dutch jump-roping with her 8-year-old, Amari. (Photo by Chenla Ou)
34 / News Armstrong High School escapes closure. But for how long?
Armstrong High School senior Deasha Shaw (Photo by Chet Strange)
38 / Flashback Remember when the city tried a five-member Administrative Board? Yeah, that failed, too. By Harry Kollatz Jr.
184 / … And Another Thing I’m over you and your whole self-improvement thing, Midlo Kroger. By Janet Giampietro
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
Kehinde Wiley at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (Photo by: Travis Fullerton, copyright VMFA)
44 / Q&A The Suffers’ Adam Castaneda on life in the Texas soul band
(Photo by: Daniel Jackson)
46 / Spotlight Pulitzer-winning biographers and celebrity chronicler Kitty Kelley come to town.
50 / Profile “America’s songwriter” Jimmy Webb brings his hits to the Henrico Theatre.
(Photo courtesy: The Press Office)
53 / Style Grilling gadgets to get your gathering in gear
56 / Shop Talk Red Poppy Pickin’ grows in Mechanicsville.
58 / Health Actors help doctors-in-training hone their skills.
60 / Excursions Enjoy a Shenandoah Valley getaway in Harrisonburg.
64 / Picture This Raising awareness of domestic violence at the Struttin’ 4 Domestic Violence fashion show
165 / Review Nota Bene Restaurant & Bar
Fig and Pig pizza (Photo by Beth Furgurson)
167 / Quick Take Kampot
Slow-poached octopus with ginger, lemongrass and white wine, finished with house-made chili powder and chili oil (Photo by Monica Escamilla)
168 / Ingredient Salad days are here and they’re even better with this shallot vinaigrette.
170 / Opinion A high schooler weighs in on the state of the lunch line.
172 / Trend Female-staffed kitchens are on the rise and with good cause.
Genet Worku, head chef of Addis Ethiopian Restaurant (Photo by Monica Escamilla)
174 / 5 Faves Summer’s nearly here, so it’s time for refreshing beer.
176 / Best Bites Burgers, seafood and … snails? This month's favorite dishes
178/ Food Stuffs You’ve heard of craft cocktails. Now get into craft soda. By Stephanie Breijo
A few blocks away, Stroops Heroic Dogs and Dutch & Co. serve up artfully infused craft sodas. (Photo by Stephanie Breijo)
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