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Best of RVA Missed Connections 5/16/17-5/23/17

As students come back from college, summer is officially under way and the missed connections are piling up! Complete with monetized foot fascinations and the occasional furry, these missed connections are sure to set your curiosity ablaze.

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"Fake homeless" woman arrested in Henrico, could face 30 years for throwing Gatorade at passing cars

As we reported yesterday, a Virginia woman was caught on a camera begging for money on the street only to return to what appeared to be a newer model car. The two men filming her accosted her and screamed like hyenas, proud of what seemed to be some personal vindication against public support systems. Nobody came out looking good and it appears the story has become even-sadder.

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GOOD EATS RVA 007: Carytown's Eleven Months opens, Quirk's spring menu, & Street Food Festival

RVA Mag bring to you its seventh installment of GOOD EATS RVA, and its filled to the brim with restaurant news, new menus at local eateries, chef series and more.

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The Shins offered the classics, new hits and No BS! during recent sold out National show

“This is my daughter!” shouted a hip-looking guy to a group of equally hip-looking parents, introducing his pre-teenager, as concertgoers rapidly filled the space around him.

A crowd of fans young and old descended on the National Wednesday night for The Shins’ sold out show, fresh from the previous night’s show at Norfolk venue the NorVa and last week’s Atlanta music festival Shaky Knees.

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Virginia's GOP gubernatorial frontrunner lags by double digits against Dems, majority disapprove of Trump

A new Washington Post/George Mason poll shows Virginia’s leading GOP candidate continues to struggle against Democratic opponents as Election Day 2017 draws closer.

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RVA shuttle service provides convenience for Virginia Capital Trail cyclists

Even for the avid cyclist, the 52-mile long Virginia Capital Trail, which officially opened in the fall of 2015, is a challenge to tackle. Two local biking enthusiasts have come up with an idea to transport riders and their bikes conveniently along the Virginia Capital Trail.

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Richmond among Virginia’s loudest cities in new National Transportation Noise map

For the first time ever, the U.S. Department of Transportation has created the National Transportation Noise Map and it's made that data available to the public. Sure enough, RVA looks loud as hell.

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Man confronts Richmond-area panhandling "fake homeless" woman in new viral video

The internet is a terrible place and it's an equal opportunity for people on both sides of issues to make asses of themselves - such is the case of a new viral video that shows a local "homeless woman" begging for money before getting in a 2010s-model car.

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Fresh from Moogfest, Wolf Eyes, Pharmakon and more take over Strange Matter tonight

I spent the weekend in Durham, NC, at a festival devoted to the synthesizer and some of the best acts from the show are stopping in RVA tonight. It's also gonna help if you like terrifying noise music.

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