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Elegba Folklore Society commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S. with Juneteenth 2018, a Freedom Celebration. more

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The Capital City Kwanzaa Festival returns to the Altria Theater Dec. 30. more

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This weekend, the Elegba Folklore Society’s 26th annual Down Home Family Reunion promises family fun and lessons in African culture. more

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The Elegba Folklore Society’s “Juneteenth 2016, A Freedom Celebration” will be held Friday, June 17 – Saturday, June 18. more

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A shoutout to local nonprofits — from their peers, plus an interview with a nonprofit fixer and tips on smart giving more

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"The Lion King," the RVA Street Art and Richmond Earth Day festivals and NASCAR at RIR are among this week's happenings, plus Virginia Rep artistic director Bruce Miller's last show and an exhibition of Salvador Dali's work in Carytown. more

Arts

For Richmond’s art spaces, necessity is the mother of innovation more

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Two film festivals, numerous First Friday art openings, an album release party with indie rocker Lucy Dacus, the A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship and some dynamite stage productions give us plenty to choose from this weekend. more

Arts

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

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International and socially conscious fashions and accessories abound in and around Richmond more

Shopping & Style

From Sourcebook 2016: Here are our staff’s top picks for things to do, see and eat in Richmond that mirror the region’s rich cultural mix more

Living

Richmonders want a physical site that recognizes the city’s long overlooked role in the domestic slave trade and its implications. But when and where will they finally receive it? more

Features

January 2016 editor's letter by Susan J. Winiecki, Richmond magazine's associate publisher and editorial director more

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After 20 years in limbo, human remains uncovered during a Virginia Commonwealth University construction project are on track to be properly memorialized. more

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