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October’s RVA music shows

White Laces releases its new album, a few boy band members get together and dead bands rise from the grave on Halloween.

17th Street Farmers Market 2012

October festivals

Autumn abounds with festivals that are hoggish, hoppy, and even historic.


Day #085: Yield to Bus (Rapid Transit)

A year-old suggestion for buses has even more meaning with Broad Street BRT in the works. 


Happy birthday, grownup!

As a 30-something grownup, I feel conflicted about my birthday. On one hand, I miss the big deal everyone made over me when I was a kid; on the other hand, I honestly don’t want anyone to go to the trouble.

Building in autumn

Good Morning, RVA: Friday, I’m in love

Put on your sunglasses because the weekend’s looking bright.

Picture of the Day: Yet another beautiful day on the river


Pumpkin patches and hayrides

Put down the pumpkin spice latte, pack the family in the car, and head out to one of Richmond’s local farms.

Shoryuken Ramen

Food News: Oyster and mushroom farms, popup dinners, and pumpkin everything

This week: Rappahannock gets featured in the second national magazine in as many weeks, a number of popup restaurant events are going on around town, and Dinner in the Field is back. Plus, details on the Scott’s Addition Pumpkin Festival and a new restaurant at Rocketts Landing. All this and more!


The Video Fan building up for lease, Kickstarter in the works to save the spot

“Time is up for the Video Fan, unless we join together and make a concerted effort to do something about it.” — Video Fan Forever Kickstarter.


Day #084: The case for highways

Finally, a case for highways.