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For real this time: BRT up for important vote at City Council

Enthusiasts, detractors, loud talkers—this Monday is your moment.

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Richmond Triangle Players presents “Lazarus Syndrome”

The show begins February 24th at the theatre in Scott’s Addition

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RPD hosting four job fairs and not just for police jobs

The Richmond Police Department, Greater Richmond Transit Company (GRTC), Virginia Department of Corrections, Sunoco and Puritan Cleaners are among the employers attending.

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5 Things: Oysters, films, music, and pretending we’re in New Orleans

Let’s just keep acting like it’s spring, shall we? Leave your coat in the car and take a gander at these events this weekend.

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UPDATED: Fresh from the Garden Patch: Healthy food options for students in Richmond Public Schools Volunteers Needed

Step aside, square pizza and soggy tater tots! It’s time for fresh snap peas, steamed zucchini, and juicy grapefruit to take the spotlight in Richmond Public Schools cafeterias.

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King Of Pops offering pop-making classes Valentine’s Day weekend

Participants will tour the “Pop Factory,” take home a dozen pops, and get a certificate for a free 60-minute massage.

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You can do something real to fix Richmond Public Schools facilities, another meeting added

Beginning this week, Richmond Public Schools will host another round of community meetings to review and gather feedback on the Facilities Task Force Needs Report. Here is our impassioned plea.

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Food News: Grocery stores, football games, a new-old tavern, and pine tree soda

You know what? Scratch that. One delicious juice, please!

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What DOES the public want in their next mayor?

The Times-Dispatch hosted a Public Square event today that shed some light on what at least one group of people want to see as a result of mayoral elections this year.

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Juice on the loose: The business of squishing produce

The phrase “cold-pressed” has lately begun to connote “healthy,” but isn’t juice, like, sugar? SOMEONE DECODE JUICING FOR US, PLEASE.

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