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Capital! Style, June

Summer is finally here, and the people of Richmond have never looked better! This edition of Capital! Style catches up with the unfathomably stylish as they enjoy the final days of spring.

Capital! Style, April

This month’s installment of RVA’s best dressed features those spotted on the town at one of the past several festivals. Look at how good we look, Richmond!

Back In Style

After some recent bad press, Style Weekly has come back in a big way and put Jackson Ward on the front page of this week’s issue.  Readers and residents already know about the economic and cultural revival of Jackson Ward, now the readers of Sty…

Did Noise Ordinance Crush Cafe’s Soul?

In an article in THIS week’s Style, owner Calvin Maddox, states his belief that the new noise ordinance is responsible for his business’s  (Tropical Soul) probable demise. Some excerpts: In all the ways that a restaurant can be in jeopardy…

Out of Style

I try not to have a knee jerk reaction against anything, especially here.  So when Style Weekly did a feature on Christmas Shopping on Broad, I took it in stride, despite it’s mixed message.  It could have shined a better light on the new and o…

Recommended Reading: Style Weekly's on a roll

Style Weekly this week published an article by Chris Dovi about the Richmond Marching Band. Read it here: Bang and Blow. For some rare photos of the eclectic group–which will march for the first time on July 4th–check out RMB percussionist Taylor Burton’s flickr photostream (1, 2, 3). This Style article comes on the heels […]

RVAjazzfest in Style Weekly

Richmond’s premier jazz journalist Peter McElhinney wrote an excellent article in this week’s Style Weekly on RVAjazzfest and Steven Bernstein’s involvement and biography. Pick up a Style Weekly around Richmond, or read the article online here: Brass Ball: Jazz great Steven Bernstein reunites with Richmond friends for the first RVAjazzfest.

Recommended reading: Pollard and Parker featured in Style Weekly

Guitarists Trey Pollard and Alan Parker were the subjects of a feature written by Style’s Peter McElhinney. The article touched on their time at VCU, Brian Jones’ thoughts, monkeys playing metal guitar, Glows in the Dark at the Thompson & Grace Balcony Concert Series, and what sounds like a fantastic idea called “Guitarmy.” Make it […]