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Food News: Local chefs’ Thanksgiving picks, a moonshine festival, and yet another ramen popup

This week: Five local chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes–from the traditional to the unique, two restaurants make a quick flip to new owners and concepts, the Elby Awards have been announced, and the inaugural Virginia Moonshine Festival comes to town this weekend.

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Fourth Precinct MPACT meeting Thursday night at Linwood Holton Elementary

This month’s guest speaker is Lee Kallman, who will give a presentation on the UCI World Road Cycling Championship’s impact on Richmond.

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Afrikana Indie Film Fest brings full-length feature to RVA

A “whole world of movies” is getting some long due local love.

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Secco Wine Bar and Can Can Brasserie are Elby nominees

Secco and Can Can are the only restaurants in Carytown to be nominated for an award.

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Developer bakes up new use for historic Interbake Foods factory

The former Interbake Foods factory on North Boulevard was converted to loft apartments in a $24 million rehabilitation project.

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RVA H2O is working to improve water quality and wants to hear from you

Let the city know want needs to be done to improve our water, including stormwater, drinking water, and wastewater.

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Don’t Look Back’s sister restaurant, Yearbook Taco, opens in Charlottesville

Richmond restaurateur Hamooda Shami is bringing Nate Gutierrez’s signature tacos to Charlottesville. His newest restaurant, Yearbook Taco, which opened last month, is a reworking of the Don’t Look Back concept with the same favorite recipes, updated specials, and a brand new theme.

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Urban winery could be on tap for Scott’s Addition property

Tap 26 owner Jon Lintvet seeks to transform a unique property at 3101 West Clay Street into offices for his company and an urban winery.

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2014 Richmond Marathon road closures

America’s friendliest marathon takes over local roads this weekend.

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Richmond Police hosting 4th Precinct Training Workshop November 22nd

Workshop is free and open to the public, with the aim of achieving real community-driven solutions on a neighborhood level.

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