Design TV veteran John Gidding will appear at the Richmond Home + Garden Show. Read more

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The Wheelmobile, the traveling version of the popular game show, rolls into Stony Point in search of local contestants. Read more


William Shatner brings himself and "The Wrath of Khan" to Richmond July 26. Read more

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Former Richmonders Will Carsola and Dave Stewart talk about life in Hollywood, their adult cartoon "Mr. Pickles" and their first Thrash-tacular tour. Read more

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Doug Love, a stage and television producer, takes on community theater role Read more

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Vince Gilligan’s Hollywood dreams started in Virginia. Read more


The Community Idea Stations launches new kids programming on TV and online and expands local news production on radio. Read more


The host of “Barnwood Builders” offers a look behind the scenes of the DIY Network series at the Richmond Home Show. Read more

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Commonwealth Public Broadcasting Corp. makes plans to put a recent windfall to work. Read more


On April 19, the PBS program "NOVA" details the recent discovery of a tunnel dug by Jewish captives in a desperate attempt to escape death at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. Read more


Reshma Shetty returns to Richmond for recognition by the Virginia Repertory Theatre for her work in theater and television. Read more

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The original PBS drama series “Mercy Street,” shot in Richmond and Petersburg, returns for its second season. Read more


Actor Thomas Mikal Ford died this week at age 52. Many remember him from the '90s sitcom “Martin,” but fewer may know of the role that brought him to Richmond for two days last year. Read more


Novelist and playwright David L. Robbins, founder of the Mighty Pen Project, had an idea worthy of Hawkeye and Trapper: let's collect a group of actors and recreate M*A*S*H episodes in staged readings. It's so crazy, it just might work. Read more

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"Mercy Street" actor L. Scott Caldwell cleans up historic African-American graveyard Evergreen Cemetery and searches out a special story. Read more


HGTV star Corey Damen Jenkins shares his journey to success Read more


Richmond tattoo artist Jesse Smith returns to the reality TV series determined to prove he has what it takes to claim the title. Read more

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Back in November 1999, Richmond magazine put together a collection of essays for its "100 Years of Richmond" as an acknowledgment of the 20th century's end. Earl Hamner Jr. wrote a little something for us. Read more


"Not only does photography put you out there, but it also challenges you to think, to be patient and to wait," says Monica Escamilla, one of 11 undergraduate students statewide to earn the prestigious award. Read more


The Richmond native started at Kings Dominion and cruise ships, went on to Broadway with "Hairspray," got into TV with "The Closer" and then feature films, including "Straight Outta Compton." Now, he wants to direct himself and JK Simmons in a film. Read more

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