Japanese writer Haruki Murakami has won many fans over the past few decades with his popular masterpieces. Books like The Wind-Up Bird Chronicle, Norwegian Wood, and Kafka On The Shore have captured people’s imaginations with their refreshing mix of surrealist fantasy, postmodern alienation, and timeless literary quality. His latest book, The Strange Library, will be released tomorrow, and you can grab your very own copy at a celebration taking place at Chop Suey Books in Carytown tonight at midnight.
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RVA artists Dan Owen and Jeff Byers will be premiering “Sorry America,” an exhibition of new artwork beginning at 6 PM this Friday at Chop Suey Books in Carytown.
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In I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou wrote, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Though Angelou is now dead, her spirit lives on in the Richmond Young Writers, a group to help budding poets and authors express themselves.
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Russell Karchner has been making art off and on since his early teens. His colorful and visually compelling work has been on display at Chop Suey in Carytown since the middle of March, and the show is set to close at the end of this weekend.
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Its too early to tell but this is too funny not to post.
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