Articles by Gabrielle Jones
2018 was an eventful year in our community. From midterm election coverage to profiles of everyday people, the WCVE News team sought to share local triumphs and challenges with you. Here’s a look back at five of our top stories this year.
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According to the Summer 2018 Nielsen Audio Survey, the number of people who listen to WCVE Public Radio in the metro area each week is up 18 percent to 129,500.
“Virginia Currents” TV has a new look, feel and host this season. We asked new host Amy Lacey a few questions to learn more about her and get an inside look at the upcoming season of the show.
Since the 1960s artist Howardena Pindell has been inspiring the next generation of black women in the art world to continue breaking down barriers and creating spaces for women of color to be heard. Two black women working as curators organized an exhibit featuring her work at VMFA.
WCVE News is relaunching PolitiFact Virginia. Veteran reporter Warren Fiske will get to the truth behind the Commonwealth's politicians' and public opinion makers' often-conflicting political statements
This fall, we'll premiere our latest film exploring dementia awareness and holding a companion workshop. This initiative offers the unique opportunity to sponsor a documentary that will be available to public TV stations around the country and a local event.
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An exhibit at the Valentine Museum looks at the historical context of public monuments in Richmond from the era of European explorers through the present day. The Museum aims to facilitate discussion about what the City chooses to commemorate and chooses to forget. Gabrielle Jones has more for Virginia Currents.