Spotty though these reviews may be, I still take try to take each chance I’m granted to make it out to Radio Rubber Room’s biweekly Wednesday show at Emilio’s Downtown. I’ve sort of just learned to accept those king bitch hell Thursday mornings at work.
In a web of stories which for some reason haven't been linked by any of the other publications in town, the group opposing baseball in the Bottom have declared victory.
InLight Richmond is one of the city's most prized free public exhibitions, and this year the event is heading to Monroe Park Friday 11/21 to light up the Capital City.
Back in 2001, TV handyman (the original and the king) Bob Vila took a tour of the Virginia Governor's mansion before it went through renovations - and he filmed it all.
Stay Sweet Presents: A Say-10 Records Anniversary Party
Friday, November 21, 4 PM
Tim Barry, Smoke Or Fire, Erik Peterson (Mischief Brew), Chumped, Landmines, Pedals On Our Pirate Ships, Timeshares, The Scandals, Divided Heaven, Kyle Oppold (Arliss Nancy), Jake Mayday, Concord America
Saturday, November 22, 11 AM
Iron Chic, Night Birds, Spraynard, Iron Reagan, Pears, Brutal Youth, Hold Tight, Daycare Swindlers, Teen Death, Entropy, Let It Go, Invaluable, This Is Your Life, Seagulls, Static Scene, Close Talker, Oklahoma Car Crash, Sundials, Trust Fall, Puddle Splasher
@ The Broadberry - $25 per day, $40/weekend pass (order tickets HERE)
Well, we didn't get a Stay Sweet Fest this year, but with this two-day party happening, how can we really complain? Say-10 Records proprietor Adam Gecking has joined forces with Stay Sweet's Alex Wilhelm to make Say-10's 7th anniversary one to remember!
That's right, ladies and gentlemen, they're coming back! Modern Baseball, the adorable crew of pop-punkers I called heirs apparent to the Descendents in an only-somewhat-bombastic writeup for their last appearance within the Richmond city limits, will be hitting the stage at The Broadberry in a few weeks, and your pals at RVA Mag want to send you to the show for free!
Virginia Comicon will return to the Richmond Raceway on November 22-23. After being started 28 years ago under the name “Chester Comic Collector” by Guy Rose, the convention has grown to be one of the largest and best in the state.