Good Evening, RVA: January 29th, 2016

A new event for us, some new events for your children, and thoughts from the Mayor (who is definitely not new).

Photo by @adamtlewis

It was a Friday, we think, in RVA.

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Photo by: Rusty Darbonne

OMG it is finally here

We do not exaggerate when we say that this has been in the works for more than a year. We are very excited. We’re so excited. We’re so…so…scared. JK, we’re not scared! It’s our first annual Fascinating People event. February 24th, mark your calendars!

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Frog prince

Photo by: leadenhall

Sensory overloads not allowed

Having a kid who is easily sensory overloaded is not the easiest thing in the world. Luckily, Virginia Rep is offering a solution for those who like performances but who don’t like traumatizing their child. There are probably a lot of people who fit that description.

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Richmond city seal

Parallel construction still voted most popular technique among populations

Here’s the Mayor’s State of the City speech from last night, condensed and scrubbed of rhetoric, which, turns out makes it really short?

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Image: Julie Vile

We don’t even know what this means

But OK, Richmond!

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Orcas are people too

And goodness gracious, does she love orcas. A baby one on video, spotted in the ocean! If you’d like to get our very own Lauren Millard’s attention in the next week or so, talk to her about this and she will be all ears.

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