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RVA Beard League dominates the competition at the Great American Beard and Moustache Championship. more

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Another day, another list landing: This time, Richmond is ranked as the 28th best place to live, according to nationally recognized ranking resource U.S. News & World Report. more

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With each passing day, the 2016 Richmond mayoral field becomes a more crowded affair. more

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A Southside trailer park at the center of a federal lawsuit lodged against the city is now on the auction block. more

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Amid rumors that he is mulling a mayoral run in 2016, former gov. and mayor L. Douglas Wilder penned a blistering, blustering guest column in Sunday’s Richmond Times-Dispatch. Here are our five takeaways. more

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Whispers of a L. Douglas Wilder bid in the city's 2016 mayoral election prove too intriguing to ignore. more

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The Richmond Times-Dispatch hosted its 62nd public square on Wednesday, the first of 2016, that posed a simple question: What does Richmond want in its next mayor? more

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Sourcebook 2016 editor Samantha Willis introduces the issue and shares a sneak peek inside more

From our first action-adventure physician mayor William Foushee until the present predicament, Richmond's wrestled with how best to govern itself and and where the municipal majesty of democracy should occur. more

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A standing room only crowd of more than 250 showed up to the Richmond Public Library Tuesday night to have a say in the design of a memorial for African-American businesswoman Maggie Walker. more

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Michelle Mosby, one of two declared candidates in the city's 2016 mayoral race, kicks off a three-day symposium over coffee beneath a staircase at the Library of Virginia. more

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Richmond City Council President Michelle Mosby says there’s no apology on the way for an offensive comment she allegedly directed at a colleague in a closed meeting last week because she did not make them. more

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Ten people have submitted applications to fill the soon-to-be-open West End seat on the Richmond School Board. Glen Sturtevant, who has held the seat since 2012, is expected to step down next week when he is sworn into the Virginia Senate. more

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Supt. Dana Bedden’s $298 million estimate of needs for the 2017 school year includes $8.4 million to "decompress" the division’s compensation salary step scale. About 10 teachers advocated for the proposal Monday night at City Hall. more

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Pleasants Hardware is closing its flagship store on West Broad Street at the end of February and will be laying off employees. more

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As the new year dawns, we take a look back at some of our top stories of 2015, and Richmond magazine staffers' favorite articles and videos more

A longer conversation with Susan Roberson, the director of Richmond Public Schools’ nutrition services, and Marsha Taylor, the district’s new dietitian, on the new, healthier school cafeteria menus. more

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Richmond Public Schools Supt. Dana Bedden on Monday introduced his administration’s statement of needs for the 2016-17 school year, which requests an additional $26.5 million in operational funding for the cash-strapped school division. more

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Speakers at a Thursday afternoon press conference, organized by the Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality, touted an alternative proposal to memorialize Shockoe Bottom’s slave-trading history that expands beyond the Lumpkin’s Jail site. more

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Who had good year? And who didn’t? The year that was, summed up more

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