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  1. Commentary: Go Slowly, Here Comes the PulseRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Style Weekly

    On Tuesday, June 12, it wasn't champagne that christened the highly anticipated Pulse bus system and concurrent first major GRTC rerouting in half a century. At around 9:30 p.m., an SUV and its driver jumped the gun - and a traffic lane - to put some first dinks and dents in the $64 million infrastructure.

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  2. From the Ashes of Farm Vegas Comes a New, More Song-driven Band...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Style Weekly

    The band Villages includes a fairly consistent lineup of Corey Wells on guitar, Stephen Lecky on drums, Zachary Hudgins on bass and songwriter Justin Paciocco on guitar and vocals. Justin Paciocco first began taking piano lessons when he was 8 years old and continued right up until loftier pursuits - OK, sports and girls - began distracting him from the daily ritual of practicing.

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  3. New Independent Station Boomtown Takes Up an Unlikely Residence in Regency SquareRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Style Weekly

    Richmond radio veterans Jeff McKee and Robyn Bentley inside the new Boomtown independent radio station located at Regency Square. "We're laid back, relaxed, noncorporate," Bentley says.

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  4. 1708 Gallery Names New Royall Family CuratorRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 18 | Style Weekly

    A recent press release notes that 1708 Gallery has named Park Christopher Myers as the Royall Family Curator. This three-year position, supported by Pam and Bill Royall, with foundational assistance from CultureWorks, "reflects the gallery's aim to expand its programming, to forge stronger relationships with artists, to invest more intentionally in artists' development, and to thoughtfully engage our diverse audiences," according to the release.

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  5. Between the BunsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Style Weekly

    We meat again. RVA Burger Week is back, and it runs Monday, June 18, through Sunday, June 24. All week, 30 Richmond-area restaurants will offer $5 deals on burgers, and a passport is available for download here for you to keep track of them all.

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  6. Hold the Cheese, PleaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 15 | Style Weekly

    Is life without cheese even a life worth living? According to Jason Jackson, franchise owner of soon-to-open NuVegan Cafe Richmond, the answer is an emphatic yes. After three years as a vegetarian, Jackson gave up all animal products last year, and he can't wait to bring NuVegan's plant-based menu to Richmond.

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  7. Nonstop SummerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    How to enjoy your hometown from now till Labor Day - and plan an easy weekend getaway to the most direct destinations. In Richmond, you can find thousands of ways to enjoy your summer months.

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  8. A Stalker With Hollow EyesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    Pictured with her late husband, Jong Chul Cho, right, Hyun Kyoung Cho says she has few photos left of her daughter, Diane, inset, a victim of the South Side Strangler. Editor's note: This feature is the third installment of a 10-part series on the landmark criminal justice case of the South Side Strangler, which marked the nation's first use of DNA to catch a killer.

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  9. Celebration, discussion, remembrance and a trail walk mark a holiday...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    A Richmond street fills with people during Emancipation Day in 1905. Elegba Folklore Society's Janine Bell says Juneteenth is a reminder of freedom and liberation.

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  10. Deep Dive: Artist Hope Ginsburg becomes one with the seaRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    Hope Ginsburg's a-ha moment came while scuba diving in 25 feet of water near Puerto Rico. Admiring sea fans and sea whips swaying on the ocean floor, she realized that their movements echoed her inhalations and exhalations through the scuba regulator.

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  11. DJ Williams Projekt 15th Anniversary Show at the BroadberryRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    For years, D.J. Williams basically owned the jam band scene in Richmond with his funky, accomplished guitar playing. Having moved out West, where he plays with a new band, Shots Fired, as well as touring in Karl Denson's Tiny Universe when Denson isn't jamming with the Stones, Williams returns to his hometown for this anniversary show.

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  12. Jam Sandwich at Mayo's IslandRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 12 | Style Weekly

    There's more than one island in Richmond for throwing a festival - like the one between Richmond and Manchester, accessed by the 14th Street Bridge. Mayo's Island is the site of the new Jam Sandwich on Saturday, June 16, from noon to 10 p.m. A $30 ticket gets you a big lineup of bands: the Motet, Perpetual Groove, CBDB, Love Canon, Super Doppler, Camp Howard, Kendall Street Company and Nathan Colberg.

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  13. Frozen Faves: Richmond ice cream roundupRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Style Weekly

    After a successful summer and fall serving ice cream from a stand last year, Raul Henriquez opened the first NarWhals Rolled Ice Cream storefront in Carytown and at Stony Point Fashion Mall shortly after. About 90 seconds before you dig your spoon into your cup of NarWhals ice cream, it's still in liquid form.

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  14. The owner of Whisk bakery prepares to open an ice cream shop in the FanRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Style Weekly

    There's something profoundly simple and sweet about an ice cream cone on a hot day. It's meant to be eaten immediately, not something you can save for later.

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  15. Richmond Could Get Its First Human Rights Commission in Vote Monday...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 11 | Style Weekly

    After a year of research, Richmond City Council is set to vote on the creation of a Human Rights Commission that would focus on discrimination claims, including those involving sexual orientation, transgender status and gender identity. But the city attorney's office has not signed off on the commission.

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  16. And the Winners Are...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jun 8 | Style Weekly

    The Virginia Craft Beer Cup was last week, and unsurprisingly, Richmond was well-represented. Held by the Virginia Craft Brewers Guild, the annual competition was at the WestRock building downtown.

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  17. The Lion Comes to TownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 7 | Style Weekly

    Walker, known as "the lion," is a co-founder of Firestone Walker Brewing Co., along with his brother-in-law Andrew Firestone, one-time owner of Firestone Winery. Firestone Walker is a cult-followed California-based brewery known for beers like Parabola, an imperial stout and the highly praised 805, a session blonde ale with its own website and stand-alone brand, separate from other Firestone Walker products.

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  18. Theater Owners Grapple With the Biggest Customer Magnet Since Netflix, MoviePassRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Style Weekly

    Traditionally, Memorial Day weekend kicks off the summer movie season. But last year's season was so bad it contributed to a 25-year low in domestic theater attendance.

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  19. Theater Review: Swift Creek Mill Theatre's "Always a Bridesmaid"Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Style Weekly

    Swift Creek Mill's late spring production is a Southern comedy about four middle-aged women who will do anything to adhere to their high-school promise to serve as bridesmaids in each others' weddings. In two acts and four scenes, all set in the same central Virginia bridal dressing suite and neatly separated by monologues and passing years, vows are made and broken, shenanigans ensue, but in the end nothing much really happens.

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  20. Richmond Symphony's Three-day Festival of the River Has a Little Something for EveryoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 5 | Style Weekly

    A big tent and big ideas mark the new Festival of the River, bringing eclectic music and activities to Brown's Island from June 8 to 10. When the Richmond Symphony decided to throw itself a 60th anniversary party, it didn't want it to be all about the symphony. Setting out to use a big mobile tent to showcase the city in a way that would be different from other festivals, the symphony decided to put the focus on the city's natural centerpiece.

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