Dale Brumfield

Fueled by discontent with post-World War II social conformity, Richmond’s counterculture rebelled using art, music and literature in a movement that continues to influence the city’s creative class 60 years later. Read more


Does the base of the Robert E. Lee statue hold a bizarre treasure? Read more

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Learn the origin stories and art history behind ecclesiastical masterpieces in three local houses of worship. Read more


When Ruth Tinsley resisted a police officer’s order in 1960, a young journalist captured a moment in Richmond civil rights history. Read more


In libraries, attics and basements across the commonwealth, report cards, high school newspapers, yearbooks and other material from Virginia’s desegregation era lie forgotten. The DOVE project wants them. Read more


Jerry Givens was Virginia’s executioner. Now, he wants to stop the death penalty. Read more

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Elbow Room and Community Room look to expand Richmond's art scene to those less represented in the city's growing art community. Read more

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The site where Virginia's executions took place from 1908 to 1990 will be commemorated with a new historical marker. Read more


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