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The University of Richmond has just gone online with a Digital Scholarship Lab Project, focusing on urban renewal and a legacy of...
This Saturday (12/16), volunteers across the country will come together to honor and remember veterans. On today’s Virginia...
Some people injured in the car attack at the summertime Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville are refusing to testify to a...

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If you’re not familiar with the term “White Elephant Gift,” then let me explain. It’s basically regifting a gift you’re not too thrilled with. And they’re usually given during holiday parties, where most of the gifts are unusually tacky, funny or downright strange (that’s right, I’m talking to you Talking Bass Wall fixture!).

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In Your Ear Episode 54: Robbin Thompson Retrospective

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Researchers at VCU and Lund University in Sweden say transmission of risk factors for major depression is equal parts genetic and child-rearing.

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This Week from Artsline

Friday, December 15th

Art, Craft & Vintage Holiday Market featuring 60 local artists, Open House 11/18, 6:30-9. Continues daily through 12/30
Holiday Shop remains open with exciting gifts to buy. Public is welcome and admission is free.
A seasonal shop full of Holiday gifts made by local artisans, carefully selected to create a cozy, warm and peaceful holiday.
See 5 new exhibits by Gail Nichols, Sue Maida, Donna Campbell Allen, Reid Hall, and tour 75 artist studios. Visit 12-6 pm daily.