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After years of preparations, the Black History Museum and Cultural Center is re-opening in the Leigh Street Armory. The building...
The newest member of Virginia’s State Board of Education is a 29-year-old public school teacher and the Vice Mayor of...
Did you know that students experience learning losses during the summer break if they don’t engage in educational activities? It’...

From 88.9 WCVE and NPR News

Donald Trump is now clearly poised to become the Republican Presidential nominee and Virginia gubernatorial candidate Ed Gillespie says he’ll vote for Trump come November.

The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports Ed Gillespie made the statement Wednesday evening (5/4) saying this year’s election will decide the White House and the Supreme Court “for a generation or more.”

Local Music

The Chicago-based new-music sextet Eighth Blackbird have been an ensemble-in-residence at the University of Richmond since 2004.

Janis Joplin "Little Girl Blue" Documentary Airs May 3rd

Over its 30 year history, PBS’...

Mixin' it Up

It'll be a mix of Fado, Mourna...

Local Arts

Biomechanical art naturally aligns itself with the worlds of fantasy and science fiction. It is an art form that seeks to combine elements of the machine with organics for a style of art that is visually surrealistic. Human bones, joints and extremities may be reimagined as metal gears and pneumatic pistons.

Maple & Vine: A Journey Worth Taking

Seen through nostalgic eyes, everything about...

Quill Theatre Presents: King Lear

Shakespeare’s King Lear is a...

Theatre Review: Little Shop of Horrors

Little Shop of Horrors started out...

What To Watch

Call The Midwife

See the consequences of a woman’s decision not to report a rape and a mother’s decision to conceal her daughter’s pregnancy.

Science Matters

Electronics are a way of life for most people.  Some remember gathering around a crackling radio filled with vacuum tubes or squinting at a black-and-white television set. Today, electronics bring us computers, video games, smart phones and high- definition TV.

Question Your World: How Can We See the Bottom of the Ocean?

Election debates, the olympics, lunar landings...

Question Your World: Can Your Skull Act Like Your Fingerprint?

Our technological world keeps growing at an...

Question Your World: Can the Ocean Power Our Houses?

While our global population continues to grow...