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World-renowned florist Remco Van Vliet shares his secrets for compelling floral designs. more

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The latest from the region's independent schools, sliding-scale tuition at St. Gertrude's, a partnership between Collegiate and VMFA, plus our annual compilation of private school information more

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Happily Natural Day celebrates African-American culture and urban farming, the Gluten-free Fest returns, plus more dining and drinking events near and far. more

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Valerie Cassel Oliver makes her curatorial debut at the VMFA. more

Sunday Story

Outdoor-inspired ales from the founders of Hardywood, local smoothie spots reviewed, a mobile produce pantry, and weekend food and drink adventures more

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Emperor Napoleon briefly materialized in Richmond to spread the word about the big show at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. more

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The once and future Artmobile brought enlightenment to Virginia’s far corners. more

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Backstage at Intermission Beer Company, a new healthy fast-casual spot near VCU, Diner en Blanc recipes and recap, and all the foodie events more

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Art education center and gallery looks to rebound after damage to its building more

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Teens in the VMFA’s Museum Leaders in Training program discover the art of archiving and the legacy of a Church Hill-born artist. more

Sunday Story

The contemporary art and times of Napoleon at the VMFA more

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Local kids get down to business, plus a public forum on race and religion, Richmond Black Restaurant Experience, and more for the week ahead. more

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts' new exhibition offers a view of horses in ancient culture. more

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The meals tax debate heats up, a restaurant row expands in Jackson Ward, and Super Bowl bashes abound. more

Food News & Trends

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts' “Terracotta Army” travelers wrapped up their trip with a visit to the Great Wall and the Summer Palace — two attractions that can't be missed. more

Arts

Officials with the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Palace Museum met Thursday to talk about ways to broaden their collaboration. more

Arts

Bronze geese, swans and cranes from the third century B.C. undergoing conservation in Xian are the earliest Chinese examples of bronze sculpture used for purely artistic purposes. more

Arts

In connection with the "Terracotta Army" exhibition, museum officials are traveling in China with a group of journalists this week to see the places where the masterpieces were created. more

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“Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China” is on display at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts through March 11. more

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Artist Sonya Clark crafts stories with hair and cloth. more

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