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  1. How Virginia Union University Is Re-Purposing an Industrial-Era Landmark to Showcase ArtRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 26 | Style Weekly

    Industrial Hall, built in 1899 at the south end of the VUU campus, is one of the school's original buildings. To thousands of folks passing through the intersection of West Broad and Belvidere streets, the visually aggressive concrete structure taking sculptural form on the southwest corner is increasingly mesmerizing.

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  2. What to Do in Richmond This Week: July 25-31Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 25 | Style Weekly

    Monday, July 25 Go back in time for your alt rock. The '90s hit-makers of Garbage play at the National.

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  3. Tim Kaine Tapped by Hillary Clinton as VPRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Style Weekly

    But the announcement of his vice presidential choice late Friday night apparently was put off by news of a mass shooting in Munich, Germany. National news outlets such as Politico had diminished him as "Vanilla Nice" for his easygoing, bipartisan nature.

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  4. 13 Things About Vice Presidential Pick Tim KaineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Style Weekly

    When they moved into the Executive Mansion for Kaine's term as governor from 2006-2010, Holton became the first person to live there on two occasions -- once as the daughter of a governor, once as first lady. 2. According to Heavy and Roll Call, Kaine has a total wealth of $710,000 , making him the 228th richest of the 541 members of Congress.

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  5. Police Chief Denies ACLU Charges On Trump RallyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Style Weekly

    Richmond Police Chief Alfred Durham denies problems with his officers ' behavior during demonstrations during Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's June 10 rally in Richmond. Durham was responding to criticism by Claire Guthrie Gastanaga, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia, claiming that Richmond police unfairly corralled Trump protestors and covered up police identification badges with dark tape.

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  6. Kaine Picked By Clinton As VP ChocieRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Style Weekly

    Hillary Clinton has chosen Tim Kaine, a long-time Richmond politician with progressive roots, as her running mate in this year's presidential election. Kaine, former Richmond councilman, mayor, state lieutenant governor and governor and now U.S. Senator had ben expected to been chosen just after Donald Trump's firestorm GOP convention in Cleveland but the announcement of his vice presidential choice was apparently put off by news of a mass shooting in Munich, Germany.

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  7. Virginia Green Groups Plan March on Mansion ProtestRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 22 | Style Weekly

    Hundreds to demonstrators marched on the Virginia State Capitol in Febraury to protest Dominion's plan to dump treated coal ash wastewater into the James River. A broad coalition of environmental groups will march from Brown's Island to the Executive Mansion on Saturday to protest what they claim are Gov. Terry McAuliffe's anti-green policies.

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  8. What Should You Save From Your Refrigerator When the Power Goes Out?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Style Weekly

    In the aftermath of another surprisingly powerful storm, around 70,000 people in the Richmond area were without power this morning. As power is slowing being restored, however, those folks may be wondering whether the food in their refrigerator is still OK to eat.

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  9. Review: TheatreLab's 'Mr. Burns'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Style Weekly

    Apocalypse D'Oh! Some of Richmond's finest young actors take on "The Simpsons" in the brilliant dark comedy, "Mr. Burns." There's nothing like an election year to bring up thoughts of the apocalypse, but in TheatreLab's "Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play," the end of the world as we know it already has come and gone.

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  10. Virginia ACLU Criticizes Richmond Police for Trump Rally, Black Lives Matter ProtestRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 9 | Style Weekly

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia posted a letter today critical of the Richmond Police Department for a rally for Donald Trump on June 11 and a Black Lives Matter protest on July 18. "We wanted to make sure we have our facts right," ACLU Virginia director Claire Guthrie Gastanga says, adding that the letter will be re-posted. She says that her group "is very concerned" about how the Richmond police handled Trump's rally at the Richmond Coliseum .

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  11. Video Round-Up: Avers Drops a New Video and Forest Hill Trio Honors Amy WinehouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Style Weekly

    Avers, a group that is about to release its sophomore effort, released a song via Noisey from that album. The poppy "Vampire" features a tribute to their sound guy, Patrick Bates, shown grooving all over RVA.

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  12. RVA Coffee StainRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    Closing out his 44-year career, Jim Hester reflects on appraising Stone Brewing, taxing CenterStage and the value of Richmond real estate.

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  13. Event Pick: Back to the '90s Night at the CamelRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    Nobody likes having a boss. No matter how agreeable, understanding or appreciative the people in power may be, there will always be some sort of resentment toward the paycheck signers.

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  14. Event Pick: VisArts on the Half ShellRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    Nothing says the weekend is finally here like oysters and art. Well, not usually, but for this weekend they do.

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  15. Richmond Crime Author Sheila Berry Takes on Wrongful Convictions NationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    A young woman, covered in blood and mouthing the word "help" stumbles in front of a home under construction. Luckily - or bizarrely - an assistant chief of police's son happens to be in his car across the street.

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  16. Richmond Grocery Aftershocks From the Martin's-Publix DealRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    It was the kind of news to make grocery-obsessed Richmonders clutch their old Ukrop's customer cards, still attached to their key rings, in shock. Publix Super Markets announced that it was buying 10 Martin's stores in the Richmond area that were rumored - never confirmed - to be scheduled for closure once parent company Ahold merged with Delhaize.

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  17. Event Pick: Wild Child and Big Mama Shakes at the BroadberryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    Wild Child makes old-time hits for modern radios. Catchy and soulful, the Austin, Texas, group's 2015 "Fools" captures the sing-along serenity of post-Beatles mainstream pop.

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  18. Southern Duds: The Valentine Examines Men's Fashion in Virginia Through the YearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Style Weekly

    An ongoing show at the Valentine will give you a new respect for the diversity of Virginia men's fashions through the years. "All Southern women wished of their menfolk was simply to be like Paris, handsome, and like Hector, brave," Virginia-born author Willa Cather wrote.

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  19. FootlightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 17 | Style Weekly

    Even theater professionals struggle with what exactly the word dramaturge means. I like the fairly simple definition provided by Liz Earnest, a local actress and educator who's acting as dramaturge for TheatreLab's production of "Mr. Burns: a Post-Electric Play," which opened over the weekend in the troupe's Basement space.

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  20. Behind the Photo: Evergreen CemeteryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 15 | Style Weekly

    While working on Style's recent cover story, The Ruins of Richmond , I spent a few hours at Evergreen Cemetery in Richmond's East End. A visit to this cemetery provides for a surreal experience, where thousands of graves are hidden by vegetation within a couple of hundred yards off Interstate 64. The graves, some more than 100 years old, emerge from the undergrowth, silent memorials to the dead and modern-day reminders of those forgotten.

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