Good Evening, RVA: February 15th, 2016

Unexpected snow day!

Photo by @whereisdwight

It was a pleasantly boring day in RVA.

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Photo by: frankieleon

How’s your debt treatin’ ya?

Amanda Gibson waxes nostalgic on how debt-free she used to be…but is her current debt situation actually a good thing? WHO CAN TELL? Probably learned people!

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The Rams trounced St. Louis on Saturday and we’ve got the pics of all the sweat it took (or didn’t take, depending on how polite you want to be) and happiness it wrought. If you want discounted tickets for tomorrow night’s game, here’s a little tip.

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Richmond public schools

Encourage your kids to spend some time on the computer

It’s time for them to give some candid feedback on their school experience! The Richmond Public Schools Student Engagement survey is now open for grades 6 through 12 (sorry, third graders, you gotta keep just writing letters to the school board about your ideas for three-hour recess).

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No guns

Photo by: Scott Beale

The gun report!

Many firearm-related bills on both sides of the aisle have bit the dust at the General Assembly. Here’s how it all stands so far.

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Photo by: Rusty Darbonne

So fascinating

It’s just next week! RVANews Live: Fascinating People 2016 comes to Coalition Theater on Wednesday, February 24th. We’re giving you a rundown on each of the Fascinating People who will speak for eight minutes on the topic of their choosing, starting today! Heather Waters and Susan Hill are FPs #1 and #2.

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We much admire intense commitment towards a joke

McSweeney’s still exists, thank goodness!

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