One Virginia fitness promotion company is looking to give runners and craft beer lovers alike a chance to get out and be active, drink beer, play games and meet new people.
Sound of Music Studios presents Thread of Truth—a joint art opening featuring the work of sculptor, Jim Maris, and writer Dave Coogan.
Richmond's metal scene is world renown, but with folks like Toxic Moxie and now Toward Space, we might have a new sound to celebrate in the city.
American Civil Liberties Union with the Legal Aid Justice Center's JustChildren program, announce an anti-discrimination complaint against Richmond Public Schools this week.
"You know how baseball has a farm system? like the Squirrels players move up to AAA and then to the majors? But the squirrels are sorta the same as the giants?" explained former RVAMag intern Ben Weiner. "NXT is WWE’s developmental brand"
Calling all artists, designers, beer lovers, doodlers and all those in between with a flair for drawing, Center of the Universe and artspace are seeking submissions for their growler design competition.
RVA's fun, costumed-rockers Imaginary Sons will grace the stage of The Camel this Friday, where they will remain each fourth friday for the next four months.
This year’s GWAR B-Q was a certified shit show, a sweaty, grimy gathering of filthy (but friendly) bohabs and metalheads all indulging in one thing or another during the most anticipated RVA Saturday
Virginia Craft Beer Month may be on its way out, but we've still got some local recommendations for you to try. A few of our local favorites were mentioned on our list of 10 Richmond beers to try for Virginia Craft Beer Month, which if you missed that you find it here. Many of them won awards at the recent Virginia Craft Brewers Guild, you can also find our story on that here.