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Since the 1850s, Richmond's Monroe Park has been a central gathering place. Here, some of the people who frequent this public space tell about their connection to it. more

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In “Live Art: Blue” at Altria Theater on June 5, SPARC students share the stage with Grammy-winning blues musician Keb’ Mo’ and other guests. more

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CAT Theatre's 'Don't Cry for Me, Margaret Mitchell' tells the (mostly) true behind-the-scenes story about the script for 'Gone With the Wind.' The show runs through June 4. more

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Legos: You’ve stacked them, you’ve stepped on them, but you’ve never seen them quite like this. more

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Each year, about 100,000 people (and dogs) attend Dominion Riverrock, the nation’s largest sports and music festival; this year’s energetic extravaganza holds even more opportunities for fitness and fun. more

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Top Docs 2016: The best in bedside manner plus 448 physicians as selected by their peers. more

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Friday Cheers' RVA Music Night returns on May 27th with Natalie Prass more

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As the Richmond Dance Festival pirouettes into its third year, the event organized by Dogtown Dance Theatre has expanded from a homegrown affair to three weekends of performances by artists from across the country. more

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Reflections and advice from a few of Richmond’s career servers more

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Southside Speedways 57th season starts April 1 more

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Art on Wheels is asking the community to help create a 1,000-foot collagraph, a print made from objects, honoring Richmonders who have fought or are currently fighting cancer. more

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Lauren Leinhaas-Cook and Larry Cook draw on their decades of marital experience in Virginia Repertory Theatre's production of the Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt musical “I Do! I Do!” running Feb. 26 to April 10 at Hanover Tavern. 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

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In Richmond Triangle Players' production of "Lazarus Syndrome," a former concert pianist living with HIV is visited by his father and brother, bearing brisket, a bottle of Manischewitz and family baggage. more

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New initiative honors Rosa Parks, local African-American barrier breakers for Black History Month more

Richmond's independent radio station celebrates its birthday with a night of music and comedy, including Lucy Dacus, Brunswick, Manzara, The Cheats Movement, Afro-Zen Allstars, comedian Sarah Ahmed and more acts. more

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RVA Game Jams and VCU serve as local hosts for an international video game design competition, also featuring a keynote talk by New York Times game critic Chris Suellentrop. Organizers hope to inspire more interest in this modern artistic form. more

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