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Easter fun for man and beast, an art book fair from CURRENT, a food deserts doc from the Youth Advocacy Film Fest, and more for the week ahead more

Virginia breweries making an international splash, gardens inside restaurants and a world of cuisine close to home more

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Mary Lauderdale is one of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia's most prized assets more

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With renovation in the rearview, what comes next for the Black History Museum? more

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A long-debated, hotly anticipated memorial honoring groundbreaking African-American businesswoman, banker and Jackson Ward resident Maggie Walker will be unveiled Saturday. more

Arts

With a vibrant new exhibition featuring the works of four African-American contemporary artists, Petersburg's Walton Gallery marks a milestone. more

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You made it to the weekend! Your reward? Lobster rolls, so much brunch, pizza praise, new restaurants and a foodie kind of love. Heartwarming, for sure. more

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Black History Museum Director Tasha Chamber's shares BHMVA’s 2017 programming plans and priorities. more

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The artwork of internationally renowned artist/educator Murry DePillars is on exhibit at the Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia through June 3. more

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Some of Richmond's most brilliant minds converged at the second portion of the Unmasking series and examined how race filters into many aspects of the city's past and present. more

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The Afrikana Independent Film Festival and Feast RVA event series, Movies & Mimosas, encourages community engagement in the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday. more

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It came, it saw, it conquered our stomachs. Photos and dispatches from one of the region's largest annual food festivals. more

Food News & Trends

Anne Holton joins former Virginia first ladies and current first lady Dorothy McAuliffe in urging support for Democrat Hillary Clinton. more

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The Ward's revival: One of Richmond’s oldest neighborhoods is once again getting the respect it deserves more

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The Richmond Symphony's RVA East End Festival starts on a brassy note, the Black History Museum opens, the Friday Cheers concert series gets underway and "Big Stone Gap" comes to Ashland, plus First Fridays openings and more in this week's lineup. more

Arts

The Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia's long effort to renew the armory of the First Battalion Virginia Volunteers culminates in an opening weekend. more

Galleries

The long-awaited opening of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia is finally set. more

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Planned as a three-day festival in May, "Celebrate Jackson Ward: Past, Present and Future” aims to unify the community and bolster the historic neighborhood's resurgence through the power of art. more

Datebook

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Photo by John Henley

The anticipated late-January opening of the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia comes and goes. more

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