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Mitski, Weaves and Fear of Men offer emotionally diverse experience at the Southern

The Southern's low ceilings seemed too small to contain the weighty emotions part and parcel of a Mitski pe

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A$AP Ferg brings his 'Turnt & Burnt' tour to The National 11/22

Harlem rapper A$AP Ferg brings his brash, boisterous style to The National Tuesday as part of his Turnt & Burnt Tour

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PREMIERE: Staunton's Shagwüf drops new video for indie-banger “Crocodile Smile” ahead of new album, RVA show 11/25

Virginia-based Shagwüf has bestowed their second music video in their Trilogy upon RVAMag and we’re delighted to share it with you.

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Iron Regan drops new brutal track ahead of 2017 record, Broadberry gig on 12/2

Do you like metal? Do you like thrash? Then you're going to love this new Iron Regan track.

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Local indie pop band Indoor/Indoor drops debut album Saturday at Hardywood

While they may have only been playing in the Richmond music scene a short while, indie pop band Indoor/Indoor has put together a multi-layered, catchy 90s nostalgia-esque debut record, which will be released this weekend at Hardywood.

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Glave Kocen opens gallery to VCU students for first time with one-nite-only show

Glave Kocen Gallery will offer their first VCU College Nite Art Sale at their gallery tomorrow night.

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"Christine": New biopic offers gripping, tragic look at a TV journalist who slowly unravels

Christine follows the lead-up and death of Christine Chubbuck, a Sarasota TV journalist who committed live, on-camera suicide in 1974. Before shooting herself, Chubbuck read a sardonic statement wherein her death would be incongruent to the “blood and guts” reporting her station had been weaving to.

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Mary J. Blige and Maxwell coming to RIchmond Coliseum 11/23

No need for hateration or holleration, it's time to rejoice in this dancerie because Mary's back!

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RVA post-punks Get in the Car releases surreal video shot by Post-Cognitive Photography

In December 1948, a body washed up on the South Australian shore. This discovery lead to an international attempt to identify the man who's only unique feature was a scrap of paper with the words "tamám shud" scribbled upon it.

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Richmond Food Co-op coming to Westover Hills next summer

The Richmond Food Co-op, now less than a year away from opening, is growing its membership base to create a local grocery store that supports the local economy by operating through its financially invested members within Richmond.

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