I’m late on this, I know. I am totally going to blame it on being pregnant and forgetful. Go ahead and try to argue with that – I won’t remember what you said anyway. So here you have it. A lovely sampling of some of the goodness out there on some of the Richmond blogs […]
I’m late on this, I know. I am totally going to blame it on being pregnant and forgetful. Go ahead and try to argue with that – I won’t remember what you said anyway.
So here you have it. A lovely sampling of some of the goodness out there on some of the Richmond blogs from the last 2 (or so) weeks…
I’m not in jail and the only reason I’m posting this is because of the outpouring of emails and comments that hoped that I would be locked up in prison or hoped that channel 6’s General Manager might be autistic and that I was a Richmond first amendment martyr. (Read more)
And then fired.
I was fired from one of my bartending gigs tonight. I wasn’t fired for my ability, my attitude or for anything performance related. I was fired for something I wrote on my blog. (Read more)
It’s my job to shove my camera in people’s faces. Though I’m usually more tactful and delicate than that, it sometimes feels like I’m intruding beyond my bounds – at times being insensitive. Today was one of those days. I’m in Georgia (the Republic) and I’ve spent the day photographing some of those displaced by the recent war between Georgia and Russia. (Read more)
If Carytown has an identifying, head above the rest landmark such as the Statue of Liberty, Liberty Bell, or Central Park, it is unquestionably the Byrd Theatre. It is a beacon of times gone by intertwined in a fast paced world. (Read more)
Have you ever been given a sincere compliment that ended up harming you more like an insult? It is a weird situation. (Read more)
One of the few bright linings that has emerged after the murder of Bryan, Kathryn, Stella and Ruby Harvey on New Year’s Day of 2006 is the annual Ruby’s Run memorial children’s run. The annual event is not just a celebration of the Harvey family — it is a celebration of the children in our community. (Read more)
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