Malerie Yolen-Cohen over at the Huffington Post's travel section has given Richmond an excellent back-handed compliment
Ladies and gentlemen, that veteran rock powerhouse from Baltimore is back! After several years away from the studio, Clutch graced us with their tenth album, and first in four years, Earth Rocker, back in the spring. And boy, did it deliver!
OG !LLA, formerly known as So !LLA, has risen once again from the blunt ashes to remind us one thing: he does not give a fuck. Why else would one release a project called #ForTheFuckOfIt twice? So before you even press play, tell your inner Hip-Hop head to relax--rules will be broken.
The Cales love each other and they want you to know. “We’re pretty close. We tell each other we love each other all the time and mean it,” says bassist and vocalist Maggie Yokley. The four members of the up-and-coming Richmond rock act are all lying sprawled out with each other across lead singer and guitarist Jordan Chu’s twin mattress, chain smoking cigarettes and opening up about their music, their politics, and their debut record.
In honor of Queens Of The Stone Age's upcoming performance at The National on Monday, December 16, as part of XL102's Miracle On Broad Street, we've reached back into our archives to republish this interview with Queens Of The Stone Age singer/guitarist Josh Homme, which originally ran in our May 2005 issue and has never appeared online before. Enjoy!
The recent media phenomena known as the Knockout Game has come to Richmond according to CBS 6.
A large crowd of Krampuses marched the sidewalks of Carytown (click the link for background) Friday night, the first event of its type, It was wildly successful- certainly so if indeed their aim was to simultaneously celebrate and terrify thousands of Richmonders.
Ohio based rapper Stalley (Kyle Myricks) released a new video to commemorate the passing of civil rights activist Nelson Mandela.
A denied request from City Council for a Church Hill coffee shop’s ability to serve alcohol has resulted in $3.35 million law suit.
Marc Cheatham of The Cheats Movement blog is both an extremely hard worker and a tireless supporter of the best aspects of the RVA community. Therefore it cannot be much of a surprise to anyone that he's the man behind RVA Hot Sauce.