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Personality: Earl Reid

Earl Reid always knew he wanted to serve in the military, prompted in part by walking past the Military Retirees Club, which was not far from the Gilpin Court neighborhood in which he grew up.

Review: ‘Quiet’ causes whispers for network TV

There have been plenty of retrospective documentary exposés about entertainment’s dark side; “Surviving R. Kelly” and “We Need to Talk About Cosby” are just two examples.

Pharrell Williams project to film in Virginia

An untitled Pharrell Williams feature film from Universal Pictures will film throughout Central and Coastal Virginia this spring and summer, according to Virginia’s governor’s office.

Giancarlo Esposito always had leading man credentials, ‘Parish’ just makes it official

Giancarlo Esposito has long been lauded as a charismatic, scene-stealing thespian and commander of roles who’s worthy of leading man stature. But it might be surprising that for first the time, it’s actually official.

VisArts hosts Richmond Poetry Fest

Richmond Poetry Fest, hosted by the Visual Arts Center of Richmond (VisArts), will return for its second year April 12-13. The free two-day event will include workshops, vendors, readings and activities for poets and artists of all ages.

VMHC to offer free citizenship classes

The Virginia Museum of History & Culture’s “Becoming Citizens” program returns this spring, offering 100% free citizenship preparation classes to help prepare people for taking their citizenship test.

Music Review: Beyoncé's epic 'Act II: Cowboy Carter' defies categorization, redefines American style

“Nothin’ really ends / For things to stay the same they have to change again,” Beyoncé sings on “Act ll: Cowboy Carter,” the opening lines of the opening track, “Ameriican Requiem.” “Them big ideas, yeah, are buried here / Amen.”

Personality: Viola Baskerville

In just over a month, Viola Baskerville has become front and center in an important aspect of Richmond’s Black history.

Personality: Linwood ‘Shawn’ Nelson

Linwood “Shawn” Nelson, a product of rural Virginia, was no stranger to poverty while growing up.

Black stereotypes in ceramic art at BHMCC

Exploring Black stereotypes in ceramic works may seem like a new trend but it’s not.

Meet the new kids at Maymont

Maymont welcomed three baby Tennessee domestic goats to Maymont Farm just in time for spring.

Black History Museum receives $300,000 grant

The Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia has received a two-year, $300,000 grant from The Anne Mullen Orrell Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. The award is to support the BHMCC’s general operating expenses, enabling the museum ...

Branch Museum to host free open house

The Branch Museum will host a free open house Easter Sunday, March 31, from noon to 5 p.m. for the Monument Avenue Easter on Parade.

Authorities search Diddy’s properties as part of a sex trafficking probe

In the first nine months of 2023, Sean “Diddy” Combs triumphantly performed at the MTV VMAs, released an R&B album that garnered a Grammy nomination and was a suitor to buy the BET network. But several lawsuits filed late last ...

Remembering an icon

The esteemed civil rights leader, Dr. Dorothy Irene Height, a native of Richmond, would have celebrated her 112th birthday on Sunday, March 24. Although she died April 20, 2010, at age 98 in Washington, D.C., her legacy remains strong, especially ...

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