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Talk With Muralists Tonight!

Hey, all!  An awesome event is taking place tonight at Pine Camp Cultural Arts and Community Center, giving people the chance to talk with muralists from Richmond.   31 more words

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Hello, Richmond!

I’m Richard DiCicco, and my colleagues Aggie Morris and Jennifer Bade would like to formally announce the inception of the RVA Street Art Book Project! The three of us are each art historians based in Richmond, Virginia, and we’re endeavoring to compose a professional and community-sourced historical text that our fellow Richmonders can use to learn about the fascinating street art and murals we have in the River City. 288 more words

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RVA Street Art site closes after assault hospitalizes security guard

RICHMOND, Va. (WTVR) -The 5.5 acre former GRTC bus depot along the 2500 block of West Cary St.  that became the second RVA Street Art site after a recent festival is now closed as the result of a weekend attack on a security officer, an organizer of the festival said. 783 more words

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Saturday happenings

I was supposed to attend a school field trip today for my Freshwater Bioassessment class, but as usual Elsa said, “No way, José!” The trip would have taken me away from her for the entire day, and since Elsa STILL won’t take a bottle, I had to forgo the trip. 525 more words

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LIGHT OF HUMAN KINDNESS UPDATE; HAPPY BIRTHDAY ED TRASK!

LIGHT OF HUMAN KINDNESS UPDATE: Hamilton Glass is on the scene and started painting today. I took a few photos of his progress. HAM? is really going freestyle with the mural. 89 more words

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Monday's walk, and CBC wins "Best Mechanic"

Richmond Magazine’s annual “Best and Worst” issue just came out, and Braden’s shop (Carytown Bicycle Company) won “Best Bike Mechanic” in Richmond. Huzzah! No surprise there really. 185 more words

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Trask in the RichmondGRID.

“I long to hear and tell stories from punk rock tours, about artists that inspired me, stories from my father, stories about how my mother’s family survived the depression in Brooklyn, NY, stories about unreciprocated love, stories ABOUT love, about family, about kids, and about giving.” Ed Trask.

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