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    Reduce Your Risks for Cancer

    Most of us have a word or a series of words that terrifies us. For me, it’s “We need to talk.” This is enough to make me grab my passport and ... more

    Jan 19, 2017

    6:55 AM

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    Look Chic, Feel Good

    Long gone are the days of the leotard and the sweatband. With the rise of the health-conscious individual and the promotion of brands and fitness trends via ... more

    Jan 18, 2017

    8:05 AM

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    Richmond’s Great Human Race

    Seven in the morning is an early start for a marathon, especially on a Saturday. It’s made even more painful when you know it’s a cool 40 degrees and dark. And did I mention, I am not a runner. Despite my own personal reservations, thousands of ... more

    Jan 5, 2017

    5:12 PM

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    The Plots Thicken: Untold Stories From Hollywood Cemetery

    Hollywood Cemetery is more than a burial spot. It’s also a park, a garden and an outdoor art museum. It’s “a special landscape,” says tour guide Kathryn Whittington, adding that the cemetery’s encompassing background also extends to the people ... more

    Nov 14, 2016

    11:41 AM

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    A Cutting Edge Experience – At Parkside Barber Shop And Grooming Lounge

    I’ll admit it. People rarely come to me for grooming tips. But here’s an excellent one. And while this is primarily for you men, I guess I should address it to the wives, because you’re the ones who want your husbands to ... more

    Jul 17, 2016

    2:23 PM

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    Manchester – You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet

    “Manchester is a small decaying town irregularly built on irregular ground. Not a tree exists to enliven the dead appearance of its wooden buildings.” Those rather uncomplimentary words, penned by William Henry Latrobe in his diary ... more

    Jul 16, 2016

    8:00 AM

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    Photo by Craig Reynolds

    ‘Fanning’ the flames of architecture

    Architect John Russell Pope was not a Richmonder, or even a Virginian; he was born in New York and kept a residence in Newport, Rhode Island. Yet his designs in early-20th-century Richmond had a far-reaching effect on the city, defining the ... more

    Jul 13, 2016

    1:10 PM

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    Artist Creates Lasting Memories

    Coping with the loss of a loved one and dealing with grief is universal. The way we cope is unique to each one of us. Many have expressed a desire to hold on to something tangible, something that keeps that loved one continually in their thoughts ... more

    Jul 12, 2016

    8:00 AM

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    Get Ready for AutumnFest at Hanover Tavern

    As we endure the dog days of summer, perhaps you’ll find it a bit refreshing to reflect on more pleasant days ahead and the Hanover AutumnFest at Hanover Tavern. Just the name AutumnFest makes me feel a bit cooler. This free event, which features ... more

    Jul 11, 2016

    4:12 PM

  • Arc Park

    ARCpark - A Smart Playground Designed For Everyone

    Last summer, Richmond became home to a one-of-a-kind playground and park. The ARCpark is uniquely designed to accommodate individuals of varying ages and abilities. Most of its playground features are handicap accessible. In fact, there is a ... more

    Jul 7, 2016

    1:38 PM

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