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CNN correspondent Suzanne Malveaux is the keynote speaker at the Higher Ground Women’s Leadership Conference on Jan. 30. Read more



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Richmond’s diversity and its growing art scene makes it an ideal location for the Afrikana Independent Film Festival, says founder and creative director Enjoli Moon, who is putting on two events this week, including a Virginia premiere. Read more



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The Veterans' Impact Project, created in May by veterans and their loved ones at Richmond’s Dominion Riverrock Festival, will be on display in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ Sculpture Garden through Nov. 24. Read more



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After a renovation of more than two years, Richmond’s Altria Theater, formerly the Landmark, will reopen on Sunday with a performance by Ray LaMontagne. Read more


Paintings by Nigerian-born New Yorker Onyeka Ibe are being shown at Richmond’s Chasen Galleries in “Structure & Forms,” an exhibition combining two distinct bodies of work. Read more


The debate between Randolph-Macon College professors David Brat and Jack Trammell sparked an interesting combination of amusement, annoyance, and curiosity among R-MC students. Read more


The Randolph-Macon College campus is the center of attention tonight as two professors vying for the 7th District face off in a debate. Read more


The newly remodeled Destination Theater in Hopewell will have its grand opening today, showing "The Boxtrolls" and "The Maze Runner." Tickets cost $5, and to celebrate opening day, attendees get free popcorn. Read more



Courtesy ADA Gallery

ADA Gallery’s show “Hard Candy,” featuring work by VCU alumnus Jared Clark, ends its run on Saturday, so there’s still time to see it. Afterward, ADA will spotlight another VCU graduate, Shannon Wright, with an installation opening Oct. 3. Read more


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Courtesy Ryan Frost

University of Richmond alumnus Ryan Frost's experiences as a freshman at the time of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks inspired him to write a one-act play titled "September 12th," being produced in partnership with Virginia Repertory Theatre. Read more


“RVA as Seen Through the Pinhole,” a collection of black-and-white photographs taken by James W. Draper Jr. using a pinhole camera, runs at the Elegba Folklore Society's Cultural Center from Sept 5 to Nov. 30. Read more


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