Its cold outside with no end in sight. So what happens the next day after all the late night shenanigans? For us we are going for hungover chicken n waffles and watching rock-doc vids on YouTube.
This year, RVA Magazine will be celebrating our 10 Year Anniversary--and in honor of our first decade of publication, we'll be taking a look back and some of our favorite articles we've run over the past 10 years. Today, we go back in time to our interview with Jesse Oremland and JoAnna Oremland of Turnstyle from RVA Vol. 1 Issue 4 back in 2005.
A bill allowing motorists to cross double yellow lines for the sake of passing cyclists is headed for its last battle in the House before it becomes law.
Walmart will soon increase the minimum wage for thousands of its employees, the company announced Thursday.
“We still feel the same as people, and as a band we feel exactly the same as we always have,” said Tanner Jones as he embarks on an new nationwide tour with his band You Blew It!.
As we near the end of Black History Month, VCU held an event featuring the leader of the ACLU's program devoted to race issues.
It's brutally cold outside and sitting inside gets me daydreaming of doing anything other than hanging out here online. That's a good reason to check out a few videos from one of Richmond's only pro skaters, Gilbert Crockett.
Oh it's the most wonderful time of the year. No. not Christmas, or Valentines, or tax season but the return of Lay's 'Do Us a Flavor' contest.
Update 3 PM: A spokesman for Gov. McAuliffe confirmed to RVAMag that the Governor plans to sign this new medical marijuana legislation when it lands on his desk in the coming days.
This will make two types of medical marijuana extracts legal in treating epilepsy here in Virginia. There's still no word as to how people will gain access to the treatments.
RICHMOND – Two types of medical marijuana extracts would be legal to possess and recommend for epilepsy treatment in Virginia under legislation passed by the state Senate on Wednesday and sent to the governor for his signature.