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“Bionic Me,” on view through Jan. 5 at the Science Museum of Virginia, explores how scientific and medical advances have helped enhance the human body. Read more

Datebook

Working with community partners, Jeremy Hoffman fights climate change on the home front, while letting Virginians know the power is ours to make a difference. Read more

Features

A Richmond survey records a wide range of temperatures on the same day. Read more

News

The Science Museum of Virginia kicks off its annual Fruitcake Science season with a bake-off featuring the governor and first lady. Read more

Recreation

The author of the best-selling novel “Hidden Figures” will be a featured speaker at this year’s James River Writers Conference. Read more

Arts

Citizens can document species in the James River Park System using the online platform iNaturalist. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

Sweet Turtle will bring nitrogen-frozen ice cream to The Fan. Read more

Food News & Trends

How your body tastes spice, plus a flavorful assortment of locally made condiments Read more

FOOD & DRINK

Exhibits and galleries are great places to spend a summer, but camps can take youth from observing history, art and science to interacting and creating them. Read more

Living

From our 2016 Summer Camp Guide: STEM camps reduce summer slide Read more

Living

Handmade RVA Makerfest posters created by The Martin Agency Kitchen team. Read more

R•Home: The Latest

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Courtesy Science Museum of Virginia

The Science Museum of Virginia will have “Bikes: Science on Two Wheels,” up from the end of May through the last day of the UCI Road World Championships in September. Read more

Datebook

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photo by Nicole Cohen

Speaking at the annual Up & Atom Women’s Leadership Fundraising Initiative, Virginia's Secretary of Education cited figures showing that despite signs of progress, there's a continued disparity between men and women in fields such as engineering. Read more

Education

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Photo by Mark Robinson

CodeVA is leading the charge to improve area public school students’ computer science skills. Read more

Education

They didn't see spring on Jupiter or Mars, but members of a national conference of the Giant Screen Cinema Association got spaced out under The Dome. Read more

Arts

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