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Indie rocker Kevin Devine talks Kickstarter, Grammys, and playing at least 7 different Richmond venues

In early 2013, after much internal debate, Kevin Devine started a Kickstarter project to fund the recording of his seventh solo album. The project vastly exceeded its $50,000 goal, raising a robust $115,000 due to the support and good faith of his fans and fellow admirers.

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Milwaukee news station (and biggest square in Wisconsin) take issue with RVA DJ's upcoming performance

Richmond rappers Teleport Team have some members heading out to the snowy Northern part of the US for a benefit show at a local community center, and one local news station (and the biggest teenage-square ever) are not too thrilled about it.

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VCU Police Department announces new scooter initiative, “Operation Kickflip”

Virginia Commonwealth University Police Chief John Vanuti announced a $6 million dollar initiative and partnership with Razor USA, the manufacturer of the popular “Razor Scooter” brand, to equip 150 officers with police-grade scooters. The initiative is code named “Operation Kickflip."

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How to have a hipster Valentines Day

It's almost Valentines Day, the least-hip day of the fucking year. So whether you're actually in a relationship, or maybe just juggling a few Tindr conversations, here's some ideas on how to handle this stupid holiday.

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Was This Brewed or Distilled?: Strong Beers for Winter Sipping

With the cruel, skeletal fingers of winter threading their way into your everyday life, it’s the little, warm things that tend to alleviate the unpleasantness of the frigid weather: hot cocoa, chicken soup, fuzzy blankets, and fermented beverages among them (although some alcoholic beverages tend to be warm in the “burns going down” sense).

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Best of missed connections 2/6-2/11

Valentine’s Day is basically here, and we are entering what can only be described as “the desperation zone.” If you want a boo this Saturday, now’s the time to get cracking.

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Pro-life and Pro-choice battle TARP laws in online Board of Health public comment period

At midnight tonight, the Virginia Board of Health ends the public commentary period for amending regulations for abortion clinics.

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RVA Shows You Must See This Week 2/11-2/17

FEATURE SHOW
Wednesday, February 11, 8 PM
Anousheh (Make Noise album release show), My Darling Fury, Lucy Dacus @ The Broadberry - $10 (order tickets HERE)

Anousheh's had a long artistic journey over the past decade or so.

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Famous Hatfield & McCoy feuding families unite to produce small batch moonshine

The Hatfield & McCoy feud in the late 19th century is a well-known tale of post-Civil War South. Both families lived along the Tug Fork of the Big Sandy River on the boundary of West Virginia and Kentucky.

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Assembly OK’s Right to Breast-feed in Public

RICHMOND – Women across Virginia can rejoice now that both houses of the General Assembly have unanimously passed legislation that would protect the right of mothers to breast-feed in public.

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