“Today’s the first day I haven’t been to the post office in like two weeks. They hate me there,” says Rest In Pieces owner Justin Torone, holding a jar containing a murky yellow liquid and a severed head.
Yaper strikes again. What is this, my third, fourth Yaper-view? Well, just when you think you've figured these guys out, they go another direction. Hey, I like it when you keep me guessing.
2014 is drawing to a close, and here at RVA Magazine, we're looking forward to 2015, when we'll celebrate our tenth anniversary! However, before we get there, we've got one more issue to lay on this city, and it's filled with all the great art, music, and culture you've come to expect from RVA Mag over the past decade.
I'm pretty broke, but when I get the chance to get out and eat lunch in RVA, I try and visit someplace I haven't been before. And when the weather is cold, nothing warms me up like a hot broth-base with sweet-seasoned noodles. Enter Fan Noodle Bar.
Evidently I'm last to know Richmond's most begrudging sandwich shop, the Stuffy's below Edo's, has closed. But have no fear, a new Chipotle-like Japanese food place is hoping to thrive in it's absence.
Gov. McAuliffe today restored more voting rights to ex-felons than any other previous governor, according to a statement released by his office.
Be forewarned, this post is both NSFW and contains NRSV (No Redeeming Social Value*), but it's ridiculous and entertaining, so what the hell, right? Texas metalcore band Upon A Burning Body, who will be playing with Asking Alexandria at The NorVa tomorrow night, got up to some really weird hijinks when participating in the recently released Punk Goes Pop 6 compilation.
We’re all a little obsessed with crime. Be it televised procedurals or mob films, there’s a thrill to getting a glimpse inside the investigations and crimes themselves. With this in mind, Serial’s appeal and success came as no surprise.
Much like the plot of every M. Night Shyamalan film since The Village, the R-Words are full of holes. Blame has been hurled at every Washington coach, owner, player, and manager. Some even believe there is an evil hex on the team.
It's the holiday season, and many of us are about to head home for a few days of awkward, if not outright uncomfortable, time at home with the fam. Will Netflix's massive new original show, Marco Polo, provide the escape so many of us desire?