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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

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The endurance of myths, from ghost stories to symbiotes Read more

Arts

Gayla Mills’ guide to getting back to music or getting started Read more

Music

Sociologist, VCU professor and author Tressie McMillan Cottom thinks thick, talks fast and challenges the status quo. Read more

Features

Harry Kollatz Jr.’s first attempt at fiction focuses on an imagined local musician. Read more

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Richmond novelist Karen A. Chase places readers in 1776, on horseback, with a satchel containing the Declaration of Independence. Read more

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Katherine Wintsch has devoted her career to making life easier for mothers — in a new book, she shares her own struggles with conquering “the mean voice.” Read more

Sunday Story

David L. Robbins’s stage play gets the on-camera treatment. Read more

Stage & Screen

Richmond author Meg Medina receives the Newbery Medal for her book “Merci Suárez Changes Gears.” Read more

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Author Sadeqa Johnson’s favorite objects tell her family story. Read more

House Tours

Virginia Pye’s story anthology isn’t self-help, but there’s plenty to ponder. Read more

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A courtroom drama receives on-camera treatment in a film adaptation of the David L. Robbins play "The King of Crimes." Read more

Stage & Screen

Alex McGlothlin's new novel is set amid Richmond's burgeoning art scene. Read more

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Author Toni Tipton-Martin uncovers the hidden role of African-American women in America’s food culture Read more

Sunday Story

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

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Richmond-born journalist and novelist Tom Wolfe dies at 88. Read more

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Ahead of the second annual RVA Lit Crawl, co-organizer and author Cheryl Pallant discusses "Ginseng Tango," a memoir of her recent journey to South Korea. Read more

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Author Alyson Taylor-White chronicles the history of Richmond's Shockoe Hill Cemetery. Read more

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Two recent books by Richmond authors explore things left behind. Read more

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Richmond has left its mark in countless books. Read more

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