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Deist assails McDonnell

The issue at hand is an administrative order that prevents Virginia State Police chaplains from making public prayers which are applicable to only one religion.

Following NEA stint, Cox returns to architecture faculty

Following NEA stint, Cox returns to architecture faculty

In 2007, following a stint on City Council that included a term as mayor, Maurice Cox took a break from the University of Virginia architecture faculty to become design director at the National Endowment for the Arts. An outspoken advocate of urban planning, increased density and improved public transit options while on Council, Cox leaves […]

Richmond Ballet; Friday, November 6

Richmond Ballet; Friday, November 6

Yellow is the color of sorority. It’s also a three-sided hue. Red, blue and black are quadratic. I shall explain.   Bottle of red? Not quite. Maggie Small is held aloft by Jesse Bechard, David Neal, Thomas Ragland and Fernando Sabino in Richmond Ballet’s premier performance of “Lines Squared” by choreographer Jessica Lang. Last week, […]

Complex, but poorly structured

Complex, but poorly structured

Andrew Hodson’s point is simple: “Unless we sell wine, we can’t buy grapes.” Hodson is the owner of and “emeritus winemaker” at Veritas Vineyards. He was in the C-VILLE office several weeks back, describing the complicated web of professional organizations that in some sense threatens the health of Virginia winemakers and winegrowers. There’s the Virginia […]

U2, with Muse; Scott Stadium; Thursday, October 1

U2, with Muse; Scott Stadium; Thursday, October 1

“My body’s now a begging bowl,” Bono sang at the end of U2’s two-and-a-half hour show, “that’s begging to get back, begging to get back to my heart, to the rhythm of my soul.” It’s the classic U2 lyric, merging social issues (poverty) and world culture (Third World) with intimacy and personal yearning. And in […]