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Chesterfield native Kevin Powers' new novel examines our nation's violent history and its impact on the present. more

Arts

Poet Susan Hankla's debut collection meets the public at Chop Suey Books tonight. more

Arts

The author of 'We've Already Gone This Far' premieres his new novel, 'The Outer Cape,' at Chop Suey, June 27 at 6 p.m. more

Arts

Musician and writer Michael Hearst's lively compendium of unusual structures brings him back to Richmond. more

Arts

Author Brendan Wolfe’s “Finding Bix” reveals a jazz legend and his continuing influence on popular music. more

Arts

Award-winning Midlothian-based author Sadeqa Johnson presents her latest book, "And Then There Was Me," April 18 at Chop Suey Books. more

Arts

The accomplished performer, writer and Richmond native Clay McLeod Chapman is here on a return engagement to give you the willies. more

Arts

Richmond's homegrown aerialist circus premieres its first full-length production at Dogtown Dance Theatre. more

Arts

Chop Suey Books takes an unplanned leap into publishing. more

Arts

“Artists Coloring Book Volume 2” debuts Sept. 18 at Hardywood. more

Datebook

Celebrity tale-teller Kitty Kelley and several Pulitzer winning biographers are visiting Richmond for the Biographers International Organization conference, June 3-5. more

Datebook

During the next few weeks, your ears will be treated to a variety of music by world class musicians. more

Music

A group of Richmond thinkers, creators and makers gathered at the inaugural CreativeMornings Richmond event Friday at the Frontier Project headquarters in Scott's Addition. more

Filmmaker John Waters discusses art, culture and universal depravity at the Byrd Theatre Oct. 16 more

Datebook

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Photo by Sarah Walor

Percussionist and, in this case, ringleader Brian Jones and Chop Suey Books take up avant garde composer John Cage's suggestion of jamming a place full of musicians and performers for a limited time only. more

Arts

Poet Janaka Stucky stops here on tour with his latest poetry collection, "The Truth Is We Are All Perfect," alongside Richmond writers Valley Haggard and Allison Titus. Plus, why the Germans didn't blow up Paris and 100-year-old man of many hats. more

Arts

Michele Young-Stone's first novel took an unlikely occurrence through the tumult of family rifts, love denied, and inexplicable events. In her new book, "Above Us Only Sky," the absolute worst of humanity is juxtaposed against the best. more

Arts

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Photo by Michael D. Congdon

Beloved RVA restaurant expansions! More oysters! A weekend's worth of beer! Drone attacks in restaurants! Your Richmond food news has arrived. more

Food News & Trends 1 Comments

Chop Suey Books' literary impresario Ward Tefft, in collaboration with the Hardywood Park Craft Brewery on mysterious, winding Ownby Lane, is gathering 28 writers, their books and a jazz band in one place. more

Arts

Sure, you can hit your favorite mall store at 5 a.m. on Friday, but locally owned shops are also hosting Black Friday shopping specials. more

Shopping & Style

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