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Fantasy Freakout, Week 7: London Calling

Fantasy Freakout, Week 7: London Calling

Week 6 is done, and just like that, the Jaguars go to London and play their best game of the year. Maybe the Jags belong in London; it's their true home field, it seems. It calls them. I could see Lawrence fitting in that city, going to soccer games and eating fish...




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Dissociative Gaze Into The Abyss: A Sunday Essay

Is the revival of the 2014 Tumblr girl how the internet copes with the end of the world?  The dissociative pout, also referred to as the dissociative gaze, was first coined by i-D Magazine in the 2022 article “The cult of the dissociative pout” by Rayne Fisher-Quann,...

Enter The Rocky Horror-Verse

CRIMINOLOGIST:  I would like…if I may…to take you on a strange journey. ROCKY HORROR AUDIENCE ASKING:  How strange was it? ROCKY HORROR AUDIENCE ANSWERING:  So strange they made a movie about it. Hello Richmond. What are you doing the night BEFORE Halloween? My...

Muralists Leave Their Mark At Three Notch’d Friday

Richmond loves a good mural, and for many of us, the recent occurrence of RVA Street Art Festival's tenth anniversary reunion at the Canal Walk just whets our appetite. It's for us, therefore, that Three Notch'd RVA Collab House hosts the Leave Your Mark Mural Fest at...

The Theory Of Mural Return

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Fantasy Freakout, Week 6: Double Doink

HOW many missed kicks were there last week? This week in the Fantasy Freakout, John Reinhold breaks down kicker woes, Gruden flops, the terror of the year's first bye week, and how all of it will affect your fantasy football league. Week 5 has a lot to discuss and take in overall. Tonight's game features the Goat Tom Brady’s Buccaneers taking...

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Fantasy Freakout, Week 5: Then They Went Beast Mode

The NFL season is rapidly advancing, and trends are starting to develop -- some good, some bad. Meanwhile, some things aren't turning out like anyone expected. This week in the Fantasy Freakout, John Reinhold tries to make sense of it all. Week 4 was exciting, and honestly a complete 180 in a lot of ways. We had quite a few players go full...

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Fantasy Freakout Week 4: The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly

This week on the Fantasy Freakout: with his actual favorite football team rapidly imploding, John Reinhold attempts to find solace in the players racking up the best fantasy football scores. No doubt things will get ugly at some point. Week 3 has given us a clearer picture of where things currently stand in the NFL. For fantasy purposes, it...

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Fantasy Freakout Week 3: Injury Report of Doom

Time for Week 3 of the 2021 NFL/fantasy football season! This week, John Reinhold pages through the injury report to see which backup quarterbacks are viable and which will wreck the scoring for everyone on their team. Plus: is the Pack back? Welcome to week three of the fantasy freakout! Lots of scoring has happened, and unfortunately this...

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Fantasy Freakout Week 2: Studs and Duds

With Week One of the NFL season in the books, all is chaos. John Reinhold tries to make sense of it all and find some decent matchups for Week Two in this edition of the Fantasy Freakout. Welcome to week two of the fantasy freakout! Plenty to freak out about now. Fantasy scoring was all over the place, with a few duds and some big surprising...

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Wait, A Fantasy Football Article?

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RVA Game Cave Issue 7: Spider-Man: Miles Morales

In this edition of RVA Game Cave, columnist Jonah Schuhart finds that Spider-Man: Miles Morales can do whatever the last Spider-Man game can... and a good bit more. The Sam Raimi Spider-Man films have left an irreversible mark on the generation of movie-goers that grew up in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Until then, there had never been such...

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