Don’t look now, but the latest issue of RVA Magazine just hit town, and we’re kicking off our 15th year in operation with a real banger! Full of the city’s best street-level culture, you’ll learn everything you need to know about what’s hot in the River City for the first year of the 20s and beyond.
We begin by continuing the conversation around our always-fruitful music scene, as No BS! Brass Band’s Reggie Pace returns to our pages to keep us updated on the activities of local singer extraordinaire Angelica Garcia as she releases her second LP, Cha Cha Palace. Meanwhile, The Hustle Season’s own Kelli Strawbridge gets the scoop on the next step for local luminary J. Roddy Walston as he puts his long-running Business on the back burner in favor of some exciting new projects.
But that’s not all! Oh, far from it. We’re also getting the lowdown on the daily life of a model turned poet from Tiffanie Brooke, who has verses aplenty for your thirsty eyes. Meanwhile, street artist turned model Humble reveals the secrets of his path to fashion stardom, and Hip Hop Henry gets the word from JR Da Rapper and Esco of RVA’s Poverty Crew. Plus we’ve got all the up-to-the-minute coverage of local culture you’ve come to expect from us, from art and music to craft brew and foodie delights.
Dive in, and experience all that RVA #39 has to offer, by grabbing a copy from one of our many partners around the city — but get out there quick, because they won’t last long!
Check out the digital version on Issuu here.
Find your copy of RVA Magazine #39 at these local partner locations:
Plan 9 Records
Deep Groove Records
Strawberry Street Market
Urban Farmhouse — Shockoe Bottom
Urban Farmhouse — Scott’s Addition
Carytown Tobacco — Carytown
Carytown Tobacco — Broad Street
Carytown Tobacco — Shockoe Bottom
Sheppard Street Market
Richmond Visitor Center
Lamplighter — Addison St.
Hardywood Park Craft Brewery
Triple Crossing Beer — Fulton
Garden Grove Brewing & Urban Winery
Black Hand Coffee — Museum District
Sugar & Twine