The Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project (RRFP) has officially kicked off their 7th annual “Bowl-A-Thon,” a nationwide fundraising campaign coordinated by the National Network of Abortion Funds, active now through April 22. RRFP’s goal is to raise a total of $50,000 that will go towards providing funds, practical support, and access to clients seeking abortions in Virginia, the DMV area, and along the East Coast.
Kelli Strawbridge and Devonne Harris of KINGS have a presence. When you’re with them, you feel like you’re part of something different... something big. Described as the heart and soul of the Jellowstone Records family, the KINGS manifesto is that music is royal, music is KING. Their self-titled record debut will be released on March 3rd, and they’re all about bringing vintage R & B back to RVA, and back to life.
“I had a full shock of dark hair and long legs like the rest of the women on Freddie’s side of the family, but no one noticed these things.
As a city, Richmond kicks a lot of ass - as a brew-town, Richmond kicks a TON of ass and we've got another set of medals to hang on our wall to prove it.
Less than 10 days ago, I sarcastically thanked the City of Richmond for not plowing my street and I got more flack from our readership than you could possibly imagine.
A good friend of ours sent this in earlier today and it made us laugh, so we have to share. It gets weird when it snows and #snowlaw goes into effect. These are not from RVA but if anyone in town makes one, be sure and send it to us--after all, "pics or it didn't happen." Here's some inspiration for you--enjoy!
“You hear about a lot of nonprofit work and people doing good, but being in such a small place, it’s really personal,” said Justin Cooper, one of the owners of the new Circle Thrift & Art Space. "You can help a group of people face to face, and you can see it happening, and you can see change.”
Vince Kane has a lot to prove. He’s been floating around the Richmond scene for a few years as a solo act, waltzing into tiny bars and clubs with a guitar and a fancy suit, but now he’s making the rounds with a full-time drummer and bassist. As a complete band--now under the moniker Vince Kane & the Incurables--Kane’s formal dress code has extended to drummer Ryan Scott and bassist Garreth Foard, and his penchant for Ziggy Stardust theatrics is now more dramatic and explosive than ever.
Former VCU basketball star Larry Sanders has left the NBA to seek treatment for anxiety and depression.