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‘Sing Sing’ screens at Sing Sing in an emotional homecoming

Clarence “Divine Eye” Maclin is standing inside Sing Sing Correctional Facility for the first time since he was incarcerated here 12 years ago. In this very chapel, he reminisces, he once sold drugs — a backup plan for when the …

New exhibition explores race and community in Richmond

A new exhibition titled “Race in Richmond: Healing in Richmond” is on display at The Gallery in Main Street Station until June 30. The exhibit features two installations: “I See You – A Portrait Experience” and “I Hear You: A …

Personality: Cheryl Lewis Burke

With education as the family business for three generations, Cheryl Lewis Burke’s career path may have been etched from an early age. Both her parents and all of her aunts were educators, but it was her experience growing up in …

Gospel group releases first new music in nearly 50 years

She made a single gospel soul record in the 1970s with her brothers, when they were all teenagers. Then Annie Brown Caldwell moved on with her life. Decades later, she was running a clothing store in a tiny Mississippi town …

Celebration of Freedom continues

Throughout June, a variety of public events will commemorate the fourth national Juneteenth holiday. These events aim to recognize and celebrate this important occasion in different ways.

Personality: Lindsay Kylene Bunting Eubanks

Throughout her career, Lindsay Kylene Bunting Eubanks has prioritized service to others. As an attorney with Sands Anderson, a Richmond-based law firm, she supports their Litigation Group. She said her work as a legal ally requires being proactive and remaining …

Juneteenth events highlight freedom, heritage

In recognition of the fourth official Juneteenth celebration Wednesday, June 19, the following events are being held throughout the month to recognize and celebrate the holiday in a variety of ways.

Moore named executive director of The Latin Ballet of Virginia

The Latin Ballet of Virginia recently appointed Arianna Moore as its new executive director. Moore, a College of Charleston graduate with a bachelor’s in arts management, has a long history with the dance company. “I’m excited to return to The …

Movies in the Outfield series returns to the Diamond

The Richmond Flying Squirrels’ Movies in the Outfield series returns with four movie nights at the ballpark this year, the team announced Monday.

Sour note: Four Tops member sues hospital for restraining him, discrimination

The lead singer of the Four Tops said a Detroit-area hospital restrained him and ordered a psychological exam after refusing to believe that he was part of the Motown music group.

Richmond Symphony hires Anderson as marketing/sales VP

The Richmond Symphony recently named Christopher Anderson as its new vice president of marketing and sales, effective June 17.

Personality: Avanti Kollaram Yamamoto

As the daughter of Indian immigrants, Avanti Kollaram Yamamoto didn’t always dream of becoming a teacher.

Juneteenth events highlight freedom, heritage

In recognition of the fourth official Juneteenth celebration on Wednesday, June 19, the following events are being held throughout the month to recognize and celebrate the holiday in a variety of ways.

Jubilation in June returns with music, fireworks

The city of Richmond will host the 3rd Annual Jubilation in June Weekend, a series of free public events featuring live music performances and community resources.

Virginia War Memorial opens new exhibit on D-Day Landings

A new Virginia War Memorial exhibit, “D+80: Virginians in the Normandy Invasion,” opens on June 6 the 80th anniversary of D-Day when American and Allied forces landed on the beaches of Normandy in France in 1944 during World War II.