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In his career as a historian, Ed Ayers has been the right person asking the right questions more

Sunday Story

The first president came to town in April 1791 while traveling the South to bolster a sense of national identity. more

History

No matter where we stand — here, in Paris or in New Delhi — what does any statue really mean? more

Features

Through films, exhibitions and tours, Elvatrice Belsches uncovers, verifies and expands Richmond’s narrative. more

Sunday Story

History, housing bargains, and eclectic shopping and dining belie this city’s troubled image. more

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For our statues to have meaning, we must teach about the figures they represent. more

NEWS & FEATURES

Experience the rewards of roaming Virginia roads with Rover. more

Travel

Explore the history of Chesterfield County at the “Picture Postcard Past” exhibition, presented through Aug. 31. more

Datebook

This Independence Day, historian Jon Kukla reassesses the firebrand from Hanover County in a new biography. more

Arts

Established a century ago to train doughboys for World War I, Fort Lee has become an integral part of the community. more

Features

Richmond magazine staffers took a hard-hat tour of the in-progress Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU; here are our early thoughts. more

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Scholar and author Erica Armstrong Dunbar's book "Never Caught" depicts a darker side of George Washington. more

Arts

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

Arts

On April 19, the PBS program "NOVA" details the recent discovery of a tunnel dug by Jewish captives in a desperate attempt to escape death at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. more

Arts

A closer look at South Side’s Bon Air neighborhood more

Features

Works by Renaissance master Sandro Botticelli, his teacher and contemporaries are on display through April 5 in a "once in a lifetime" exhibition at the Muscarelle Museum of Art in Williamsburg. more

Galleries

American Civil War Museum construction moves ahead with new architects. more

News

A roundup of developments, transitions, construction and events on Richmond’s South Side and environs more

News

An ‘era of good feelings’ followed James Monroe’s inauguration 200 years ago — but shadows loomed more

History

The Loving decision means that people are free to love whomever they choose, regardless of societal bias. more

Features

There are several moving parts to this evening, so we’ll start with the Elite Clubs National League, headquartered in Glen Allen. The commissioner is our own Sarah Kate ("Skate") Noftsinger, whose personal story is well worth the read. more

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