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Chesterfield native Kevin Powers' new novel examines our nation's violent history and its impact on the present. more


Trish Tillman’s sculptures give nostalgia a modern voice. more


Once is not enough for some nonprofit board volunteers. more


Your guide to what's good for the week ahead more

Amanda Nisbet relocates her design firm from New York to RVA. more


Change is the order of the day, and we’ve got plenty of it. more

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Lithographer and retired VCU professor dies at 66. more


A tiny Church Hill studio helps artists turn their calling into a career. more

Sunday Story

The results of Nate Young’s late-March stint as an artist in residence at the Visual Arts Center of Richmond are on view through June 18 at its West Main Street gallery. more


In Church Hill, a new art education center and gallery will fuel a diverse community’s creative expression and prepare Richmond’s next generation of visual artists. more

Sunday Story

After a 40-year renovation, the rehabilitated train shed of Main Street Station is turning into a grand place to begin, or conclude, a journey. more


The eighth annual James River Filmmakers' Forum showcases works by independent filmmakers. more


The 52nd annual Craft + Design Show comes to the Science Museum of Virginia Nov. 18-20. more


Everybody's workin' for the weekend, and now, it's here! Celebrate with new restaurants, look ahead to new beer, and remember a few spots, now gone. more

Food News & Trends

Chop Suey Books takes an unplanned leap into publishing. more


Emily Erb’s large-scale paintings on silk are meticulous masterpieces more


The Clay Studio Tour, on June 4 and 5, includes 20 Richmond-area studios and more than 75 artists more


"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


How Richmond's creative community is helping to build a new identity for the region more


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

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