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Eric Cantor has what’s known as a sure thing. His congressional district, Virginia’s 7th, is considered one of the top two most Republican-leaning districts in the state. more


A former Travolta contest winner looks back at his ’70s glory. more


If a business has “luck” in its name, does it bring success? more


Greater Richmond SCAN’s preschool assists the youngest victims of trauma. more


A closer look at the region’s economic titans more


The sixth annual survey recognizing wedding professionals excelling in the industry more

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Richmond is full of people striving to make this a better place to live, work and play. Here are five who made an impact in 2017 and five to watch in 2018. more

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Got a minute, Mayor Stoney? In the tradition of presidential turkey pardons, we nominate the following Richmond-area objects and living things for a reprieve. more


The VMFA serves as the cultural and recreational hub of this friendly, walkable city neighborhood. more


A late political bloomer, Ralph Northam sought office out of frustration with the state legislature. more


Bon Air’s Highland Hills is an architectural treasure trove. more

House Tours

A renovation project brings a touch of the tropics to a West End home. more

House Tours

Applying for kindergarten, middle or high school is a complicated process. more


The latest from the region's independent schools, a look at the intricacies of the application process and parent volunteers at work, plus our annual compilation of private school information more

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Buyers may get a bit scorched in this bright seller’s market. Here's how to survive the heat. more


For one couple, it meant walking away when a seller wanted them to forgo an inspection. more


City, county and community meetings are a serious sport for this band of die-hard watchdogs, advocates and volunteers-turned-elected officials. more

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Tales from a summertime rite of passage more


When it’s time to take a break from social media and engage in real life, here are some new groups that will help you connect beyond the screen. more


From Richmond magazine's April 2008 issue: Despite the glow of the national spotlight and veep buzz, Gov. Kaine had a hard year at home. more


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