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Voters in Ireland will decide on Friday if they want to repeal a constitution amendment that forbids abortion, a move opposed by the Church in what was once a strongly Catholic country.

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The Central Virginia Masterworks Chorale will present a program featuring works by Leonard Bernstein and Dan Forrest this weekend. Performances are Friday evening at 7:30 p.m. (Grace Baptist Church in Richmond) and Sunday afternoon at 3:00 p.m.

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Richmond's Own Mason Bates Talks About His Works

Recently named the most-performed composer of...

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Virginia Senators Warner and Kaine have both signed on to legislation to legalize and clearly define hemp as an agricultural commodity and remove it from the list of controlled substances.

Coordinating Trauma Care between the Community and Schools

At a recent quarterly meeting featuring...

Virginia Among 48 States With a Declining Fertility Rate

The Centers for Disease Control reports that...

Budget Delay

Virginia will remain without a budget for at...

This Week from Artsline

Thursday, May 24th

Dulce Lawrence, emeritus professor of Latin American and Iberian studies, UR, concludes the "Travelogue and History" series with this lecture.
An exhibit celebrating the waterman and featuring works by Art Center members in a variety of media. Open Tuesday-Sat. 10am-4pm
New works by Jude Schlotzhauer, made up of a series of assemblages incorporating cast and fused glass, photo transfer images, wood, metal and found objects
Presenters are Justin Madron, GIS analyst in the UR digital lab, and Taylor Holden, GIS technician for the spatial analysis lab at UR.