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  1. A Hole New WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 29 | Style Weekly

    Sugar Shack may have only been around since 2013, but in those five years it's become a Richmond staple for fresh doughnuts and coffee. And as of this week, it's also the purveyor of the area's newest selection of burgers, fries and shakes.

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  2. With His Debut Solo Album, Percussionist Hector Barez Gets in Your HeadRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    Percussionist Hector Barez, who was born in the Santurce district of San Juan, Puerto Rico, is known for his skilled playing with Bio Ritmo, the Mikrowaves and the Mekong horns. In a multitude of local bands, percussionist Hector "Coco" Barez is often in the back but always at the heart of the music.

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  3. Round ReboundRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    Decorative concrete block, brick and glass distinguish Ellwood Thompson's restored circular building, originally built in 1954, at 3540 Floyd Ave. At the near West End intersection where Thompson and Floyd avenues converge with an Interstate 195 off-ramp, there's a curious-looking building that's easy to miss but hard to forget. While this round, single-story, concrete block structure of 1954 is unmistakably modernistic, from the street it exudes a medieval, castlelike ambiance with austere walls, lack of windows and sturdy mahogany double doors.

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  4. Parker Agelasto Makes a Plea for Reconsidering the Cigarette TaxRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    The cigarette tax debate is leading further down the Richmond rabbit hole. That's why Style conducted a nuts-and-bolts explainer with City Council member Parker Agelasto, patron of an 80-cents-per-pack tax.

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  5. Style Insider: Shopping with Katherine MansonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    Katherine Manson, a fashion merchandising student at VCU who earned a prestigious scholarship last year, stands at Na Nin at 101 S. Addison St. Get to know people involved in designing or selling stylish wares in Richmond, and the first word they'll use to describe their network of peers is "friendly." It won't be long before you notice a pattern of predominantly women-owned businesses with a penchant for cross-promotion, happy to connect you to "a friend of theirs" who is capable of making your next fashion dream come true.

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  6. Book Art Creators are Gathering at Studio Two Three's New Event SpaceRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    "No Shame: the Evel Kneivel Story" by Jennaway Pearson, letterpress with handmade paper, screen print and shellac on shine plywood, is bound as a Jacob's ladder with tire rubber and enclosed in an etched glass slipcase. This book, an edition of five, is in the artists' book collection in the Library of Congress.

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  7. OPINION: Richmond, ErasedRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    An old friend who grew up here with me recently asked, "How did our Richmond become RVA?" I couldn't provide a long-term answer, but right now it seems to be "one tear down at a time." For 16 years my wife and I lived in a type of house called midcentury modest near Willow Lawn.

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  8. The Drinking Gamer: Richmond Brewers Match Beers With Favorite Arcade GamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    The advent of the Circuit Arcade Bar in Scott's Addition and the growing popularity of arcade games in breweries leads inevitably to a burning question: What beers pair best with games? To find some answers, I asked around at Circuit during a recent gathering of craft beer fans and brewers, including respected craft beer pioneer and Dogfish Head Craft Brewed Ales owner, Sam Calagione. For Alex Miller, assistant brewer at Stone Brewing in Richmond, playing pinball is nostalgic.

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  9. Tricycle Urban Agriculture Brings Fresh Produce to Richmond Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 27 | Style Weekly

    Tricycle Urban Agriculture's Corner Farm is no mirage in the desert. What the program represents is a public and private partnership that's been bringing fresh fruits and vegetables to food deserts around Richmond since 2013.

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  10. Salt & Forge prepares to open in Jackson Ward next weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 23 | Style Weekly

    David Hahn, formerly of Chipotle, is launching a breakfast and lunch spot with artisanal bread, house-cured meats, and locally-made desserts. "In a lot of Richmond, for lunch you can have fast, or good," David Hahn says.

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  11. Video: Watch Natalie Prass Perform on 'Conan' Last NightRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Silky smooth singer Natalie Prass made a strong impression while appearing last night on "Conan," with popular blog Stereogum noting today that "she looked like a star." And she was in heels, no less.

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  12. Richmond Brunch Weekend Plus Gator GourmetRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Benedicts, biscuits and bloodys abound in this town, and we know that nobody needs to tell you that weekends are for brunching. Next weekend, consider perusing the list of restaurants participating in Richmond Brunch Weekend before heading out the door in the morning.

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  13. A Movement GrowsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Thomas Jefferson High School students Kaurice Boyd, Darrius Kenny and Ta'Quan Grant walk out of class in support of gun reform and school safety. At 9:55 a.m. Wednesday, about 90 students file out the front door of Open High School.

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  14. Burlesque School: How Boom Boom Basics is teaching power through vulnerabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    "I've been able to explore things outside of myself without judgment," says Lucy Clayton, shown here as Chou Chou Cherie. After a 15-minute intermission, Gallery 5 is packed.

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  15. Highlights at This Year's French Film FestivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    A film festival is a little like a wedding, as both foster fleeting communities that burn brightly at great speed. You can meet someone in line for a film screening and speak with them for five minutes and feel as if you've known them for a year.

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  16. Local Writer Chelsey Johnson's Impressive Debut Novel Is a...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Andrea Morales is a 24-year-old from Nebraska whose religious parents stop paying her college tuition after discovering she is a lesbian. Adrift and penniless, she starts screen-printing with Portland, Oregon's "lesbian mafia," hanging out with musicians and artists, creating a new family where she can love who she loves.

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  17. The Richmond Herbalism Guild Offers an Antidote to an Increasingly Tech-Driven WorldRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Two years ago in the spring, nearly 20 people sat around a fire in a cozy Richmond backyard. They comprised a new study group eager to discuss their first topic, a weed nearly as common in local lawns as the dandelion: broadleaf plantain.

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  18. Carbo OffloadingRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Ponyboy and Robert Frost were right: Nothing gold can stay. A bakery's currency is delivering fresh, delicious goods, and how it sustains that enterprise requires waking up insanely early and, before it closes up shop, moving a constantly varying amount of excess product with a short shelf life.

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  19. Springtime Musicals at 5th Wall and Swift Creek MillRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2018 | Style Weekly

    With the warmer weather on its way, Richmond theater-goers in the mood for some light entertainment are in for a double treat. Two musicals just opened in town and both are tributes to big stage shows of the 1920s and 1930s, boasting catchy tunes, upbeat dance numbers and talented ensembles.

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  20. Standing in SolidarityRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 14, 2018 | Style Weekly

    Around 90 students filed out of Open High School to march in silence in solidarity with the victims of the Parkland shootings on Valentine's Day. At 9:55 a.m. Wednesday, about 90 students file out the front door of Open High School.

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