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Can we cast aside the old narrative of white supremacy and tell a more inclusive version? more

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A new book delivers a look at the history of Richmond’s first planned community. more

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As the city’s food world struggles to find staffers to cook, serve, bake and brew, targeted programs look to provide relief. more

Food News & Trends

How Richmond can act to reduce violence in 2018 more

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The latest installment of the Community Justice Film Series begins with a free screening of “America Divided: A House Divided," exploring the country's housing divide. more

Datebook

A private-pay community in Varina is home to adults with special needs. more

Health

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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From the halls of John B. Cary to the White House and beyond, Melody Barnes returns home to a city on the rise — and sees opportunity for all. more

Sunday Story

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

Features

Through the Couchsurfing website, Richmonders play host to strangers, just for the good company. more

Travel

After 50 years, the ideals behind Central Virginia’s Twin Oaks community still possess a powerful pull. more

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Josie Kinkade recalls life in the commune she and her mother helped to establish during the ‘Summer of Love.’ more

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On Dec. 7, nearly 200 Richmonders came together for one purpose: to listen, learn and grow through honest dialogue about race. more

NEWS & FEATURES

A community-focused soul food festival's inaugural celebration kicks off at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery this month. more

Food News & Trends

When it seemed that all hope was lost for revitalizing the once popular Falling Creek Farms Pool, a handful of volunteers dove in headfirst and proved that determination and a tight knit community can work wonders. more

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Come share a meal and have that conversation with others who don't share your experience. more

NEWS & FEATURES

The Cauldron of Jackson Ward Series (Part 1 of 3): From his father’s storefront, civil rights activist James E. Jackson Jr. saw the plight of exploited black workers and his community’s stand against racism — both touchstones for his life’s work. more

Features

Richmond’s beloved Birdhouse Farmers Market is back this month, and it’s stronger than ever more

Food News & Trends

A shoutout to local nonprofits — from their peers, plus an interview with a nonprofit fixer and tips on smart giving more

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