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Innsbrook After Hours announced on its Facebook page Monday afternoon that it is possibly ending the popular summer concert series. Comment?
Rocker Ian Svenonius' entertaining new book compares publicity photos of George W. Bush's cabinet to staged photos of the band Mothers of Invention -- and "more singular" Obama photos to Sam Cooke, without a cabinet. Comment?
It's a good game all around, though the Spiders emerge victorious, ending VCU's 13-game winning streak. Comment?
Josh Marin as the hero Tamino and Jaqueline Reynolds as Pamina star in veteran Richmond theater artist Paul Deiss' adaptation of Mozart's comic opera. Comment?
Striking in its art deco style, the Central National Bank building at 219 E. Broad St. Comment?
Babe Ruth, Madonna, John F. Kennedy and now, Dwight Jones: A taxpayer-funded stay in a storied Manhattan luxury hotel makes Richmond's mayor the latest in a long line of luminaries to grace the place with his presence. Comment?
So what if the place is slightly surreal, as if Disneyland's Main Street, USA, really were a place where you could live and work? Forget all the naysayers. Comment?
By day, 401 W. Broad St. is home to Moore's Auto Body and Paint Shop. But on every First Friday since April, the lot that's usually full of cars becomes home to a single mud-colored school bus. Comment?
Richmond's only independent radio station, WRIR-FM 97.3, hit the airwaves eight years ago. Comment?
For years, Conditions has been well known in Richmond music circles as being a band that entertains audience with its unique flair for pop-punk rock. Comment?
Question: Is there anything else city officials failed to mention in the great, ongoing bungle that is the Washington Redskins new training camp facility? That's a trick question. Comment?
Hey, when you're trapped with a bunch of kids expecting a snow day, you gotta find a way to cope. Comment?
Now that Dutch & Co., a 40-seat cafe in Church Hill, has opened following a long run-up of anticipation, customers are beating a path to the door. Comment?
Kathy Pieper says other devices are complicated and barbaric. By contrast, she says, the suppository delivery method she and her friend Karen Higgins invented offers a hygienic and straightforward approach to getting medication into a there. Comment?
The 2013 Virginia legislative session has commenced with a spate of proposed laws, some of which are finely crafted and full of grand intentions. Comment?
Frontman Noah Adams leads the prolific New Orleans' brass monkeys Dirty Bourbon River Show through a mixture of street jazz and gypsy punk. Comment?
Bassist Ben Williams has taken the jazz world by storm by mixing standard jazz with funk and gospel influences. Comment?
Style Weekly's mission is to provide smart, witty and tenacious coverage of Richmond. Comment?
Shortly after the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts installed a major exhibit of Dale Chihuly's art in August, a piece of his colorful glass went missing. Comment?
If he could, Andrew Morris might like to caption his most recent pieces of work on display at Highpoint Gallery: "This is not a pipe." Most visitors to the exhibit in Scott's Addition wouldn't argue. Comment?