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Three easy fixes that would make 'Batman v Superman' a great film

Bless his heart, Zack Snyder really went for it with Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.

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Gov. McAuliffe signs legislation increasing protections for victims of sexual assault

RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe on Thursday formally signed four bills that supporters say will increase protections for victims of sexual assaults.

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Activists stage protest at RVA McDonald's, demand increase in minimum wage

RICHMOND – In a show of solidarity, fast-food workers along with health-care and child-care providers from the Richmond area protested outside a McDonald’s restaurant this morning demanding a wage inc

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Best of RVA Missed Connections 4/6-4/12

The 10K this past weekend left a lot of people running through the minds’ of Craigslist posters. Really got their hearts racing. Hoping for a good finish. I’m out of puns.

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Record Store Day comes to RVA with tons of unique releases, local performances

Vinyl is very much making a comeback with 11.9 million records sold last year, experiencing a 30% increase in sales, whereas digi

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Vinyl Conflict's 'Customer Appreciation Day' returns this weekend with record specials, live music and more

While the rest of RVA's record shops will be celebrating National Record Store Day this Saturday, one Oregon Hill mainstay will continue a tradition started last year that stands in opposition to the

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McAuliffe vetoes bill stopping localities from hiking minimum wage

Gov. Terry McAuliffe has vetoed Republican legislation preventing local governments from raising the minimum wage, an issue that has been debated across the country.

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Richmond Kickers stay undefeated with 1-0 win over Rochester Rhinos

The Richmond Kickers remained undefeated in the 2016 season as they recorded a 1-0 victory over the 2015 USL regular season and playoff champions, Rochester Rhinos, and moved int

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Need Supply Co. founder featured in Visit Richmond VA video

Visit Richmond.com highlights everything great about our city from the history, to the best places to eat, to things to do, and places to go.

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Sip, dine and shop with the Richmond Kickers on Saturday at their I Heart Carytown Craft Beer Festival

Anytime Richmond combines food and craft beer, the people of our city are there, no questions asked.

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Meet all 12 candidates running for RVA Mayor

Wednesday night, 4/6/16, 12 candidates running to be Richmond's new mayor took to the stage at VUU.

They were invited by Former Gov. Douglas Wilder who also helped moderate the event.

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RVA muralists 'Feel the Bern'

The Virginia primary may have long passed, but Bernie Sanders advocates are still showing their support for the Democratic candidate in a major way here in Richmond.

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Best of RVA missed connections 3/29-4/5

So many loves passed by at fast food joints this week; guess they are looking for a quickie?

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McAuliffe Vetoes legislation that would have required parent's approval for "sexually explicit" literature

A bill that would have forced teachers to get approval from parents before teaching contentious material was vetoed by Gov. McAuliffe this week.

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Game of Thrones is coming to Carytown Cupcakes

Fantasy drama Game of Thrones is set to premiere its sixth season on HBO on April 24, and

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Law enforcement nation-wide show support at Siegel Center vigil for fallen Virginia trooper

RICHMOND — Usually home to sold out VCU basketball games, there was a markedly different tone at the Stuart C.

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"It’s time to act,"-Black Lives Matter co-founder at VCU event Thursday

RICHMOND – A co-founder of the Black Lives Matter movement agrees that all lives matter – but she says it’s important to recognize that

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Activists to rally Saturday at Governor's Mansion to urge McAuliffe to implement clean power plan

This weekend, activists from local environmental organizations will meet at the Governor's Mansion, calling on Gov.

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RVA Mag's First Friday picks 4/1

Richmond's bustling arts scene continues to develop and flourish with amazing painters, sculptors, musicians, designers, and artists of all kinds, but once a month the city offers us a really great treat with RVA First Fridays.

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VCU to require tattoos for future admission

Just in from VCU News, Richmond's largest public university has a new rule for future applicants, so make sure you check your ink before you apply!

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