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The ICA’s “Hedges, Edges, Dirt” considers what we are in the natural world and how the environment affects us. Read more

Datebook

A new scholarship in memory of Bryan DeVasher will continue his legacy of preparing students for careers in media. Read more

News

The curator and educator takes the helm at the Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU Dec. 1. Read more

Arts

The bar and restaurant will debut in the former Black Sheep space by late September. Read more

Food News & Trends

The city park is set to reopen in late August after a nearly $7 million, 18-month renovation. Read more

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At VCU, arts faculty push for better part-time wages. Read more

Education

VCU's team is among 20 from around the world advancing to the final round of the 2018 SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition. Read more

NEWS & FEATURES

‘Symbolic descendants’ come closer to finalizing recommendations for handling human remains from a pre-Civil War well at the VCU medical campus. Read more

News

Alyssa Salomon, artist-in-residence at the VCU School of Business, ends her tenure with a talk about material exploration. Read more

Arts

'Richmond Speaks' features short films about local residents making a difference. Read more

Stage & Screen

A new documentary from VCU students takes a clean look at Richmond's straight-edge community. Read more

Music

VCU's long-planned institute prepares for its debut with a mix of global, local art. Read more

Galleries

With a new venue and a first-ever sneak-preview event, the 2018 VCUarts Fashion Show will be the largest to date. Read more

Shopping & Style

The authors of a book on the iconic comic strip, speaking at VCU's Cabell Library April 2, explore its mystique. Read more

Arts

A new brewery in the Fan, a new Richmond food-delivery app and a chance to support Arts District restaurants Read more

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A closer look at the region’s economic titans Read more

Features

Meet some of the Richmond people who know about the business of show. Read more

Stage & Screen

A VCU graduate depicted historian Carter G. Woodson, credited with creating what has become Black History Month. Read more

Arts

Sports Backers' Fitness Warriors come together for their annual celebration of the community fitness advocacy program, plus more of the week's health news. Read more

Health

The VCU professor sheds light on the short but remarkable career of photographer Garry Winogrand in a new documentary. Read more

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