Ah, the refreshment of spring in Richmond. This transient season allows us to revel in the open air, free from the constraints of heavy pea-coats or the oppressive heat that leaves you drenched and enervated. To honor this cherished time, we’re back with the exuberant escapades of the Books On Wheels crew, probing into the noble endeavors of Tricycle Gardens, and serving up the ultimate guide to sourcing your picnic essentials in this month’s Cheap Eats. We also take a deep dive into the intriguing parallels between the worlds of illustration and veterinary assistants. Our segment This Is How We Do It imparts some witty wisdom on social etiquette, and we are amping things up with musical sensations Josh Small and Tim Barry. Experience the eccentricity with Enon and immerse yourself in the undeniable brilliance of The Silent Music Revival, as they unite with the And Now Beating The Eardrums album reviews in a spirited homage to incredible music.
Ahhh, spring in Richmond. That brief time when you can go outside without a pea-coat or melting into a heap of sweat and sagging skin. To commemorate the experience, we’re once again bringing you the adventures of them crazy Books On Wheels kids, investigating the suspicious do-goodery of Tricycle Gardens, and telling you where to get your picnic vittles in this month’s Cheap Eats. Then we explore the strange parallels between Illustration and veterinary assistants, This Is How We Do It teaches you how not to get a blowjob, and we raise some hell with Josh Small and Tim Barry. Strangeness with Enon and the unassailable awesomeness of The Silent Music Revival join And Now Beating The Eardrums album reviews to rep good music hard.
(click on the “Current Issue” button at the top of the page)