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A Memorial Day program at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture spotlights Woodrow Wilson's 1919 limousine as part of a yearlong World War I remembrance. more

News

Two exhibitions focus on social and political changes resulting from World War I, a conflict that is little understood or remembered. more

History

The Virginia Historical Society will now be known as the Virginia Museum of History & Culture. more

Arts

A new report offers a snapshot of long-term trends in American health care, plus more of the week's health news. more

Health

The Virginia Historical Society screens a relevant and powerful portrait of a transgender man living in the Deep South. more

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The McGuire VA Medical Center has added a Native American sweat lodge to its campus, plus the week's health news. more

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The new President and CEO of the Virginia Historical Society shares his connection with history, the significance of the institution and what's next as he takes the reins. more

Arts

A new documentary examines the dynamic between the nation's founders who espoused liberty but kept slaves. more

Stage & Screen

Local artist creates world's largest Slinky for the Virginia Historical Society as part of its new toys exhibition. more

Arts

View a collection of Thomas Jefferson's papers and other artifacts at the Virginia Historical Society through January. more

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The Virginia Historical Society’s newest exhibition traverses the evolution of the sport. “Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame” runs from May 28 to Sept. 4. more

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A shoutout to local nonprofits — from their peers, plus an interview with a nonprofit fixer and tips on smart giving more

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The Virginia Historical Society on Monday showed the third season premiere of the AMC Revolutionary spy drama "Turn," which blends fact with fiction, following a compelling cast of characters. more

Stage & Screen

Works by Mozart, Wagner and Stravinksy star in a festival, opera and ballet this weekend; Thao and the Get Down Stay Down are back in town, TheatreLab's "Venus in Fur" opens, and there's Shakespeare at Henricus and "Butterflies Live" at Lewis Ginter. more

Arts

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. more

Living

A premiere by Mexican-born choreographer Edgar Zendejas, the Latin Ballet’s interpretation Edgar Allan Poe's writing, the Church Hill Irish Festival and an EP release by Richmond indie pop trio My Darling Fury are among this weekend’s highlights. more

Arts

Two film festivals, numerous First Friday art openings, an album release party with indie rocker Lucy Dacus, the A-10 Women’s Basketball Championship and some dynamite stage productions give us plenty to choose from this weekend. more

Arts

Who's performing in RVA this month (welcome, Bonnie Raitt!), plus a list of local events to keep you entertained more

Datebook

The Virginia Historical Society's new exhibition includes 43 chairs ranging from the early 19th century to the present that were chosen for their aesthetic beauty and role in history from social, economic, political and cultural standpoints. more

Galleries

From Sourcebook 2016: Here are our staff’s top picks for things to do, see and eat in Richmond that mirror the region’s rich cultural mix more

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