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Tag Archives: Richmond
No Laughing Matter
Seen at the Richmond International House of Airplanes Airport: Upon arriving at the security checkpoint, I announced loudly that “A priest, a rabbi, and a minister walk into an airport . . . ” at which point I was quickly … Continue reading
Posted in General Culture and News, Pictures Tagged Airports, General Culture and News, Homeland Security, Jokes, Pictures, Richmond, RVA, Security, Terrorism, TSA Leave a comment
RVA Banner Design Contest!
I stumbled across this Richmond, Virginia banner design contest yesterday. I encourage everyone to enter! The deadline is tonight at midnight, April 7, 2011. The premise fueling the endeavor is to design a banner that celebrates our fair city in … Continue reading
Richmond’s First Sweet Sixteen
Those who follow University of Richmond basketball* will recall this memorable year for a number of reasons. Well, two, primarily. The team had perhaps the best season in school history, and certainly one of the three best, finishing 29-8 with … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, Pictures, Sports Tagged 1980's, 1988, Basketball, Chris Mooney, Commentary, Dick Tarrant, Ken Atkinson, March Madness, Peter Woolfolk, Pictures, Richmond, Rodney Rice, Scott Stapleton, Sports, Steve Kratzer, Sweet Sixteen, University of Richmond, VCU 1 Comment
VCU in the Final Four? Give Tom a Call(?).
I’m not sure which is more remarkable: VCU making an improbable run to the Final Four, or someone reputable actually wanting my opinion on same. Self-deprecation aside, I was lucky enough to be a guest on Spartan Nation Radio up … Continue reading
Posted in Podcasts, Sports Tagged Chris Mooney, East Lansing, Final Four, Interviews, March Madness, NCAA Basketball, Podcasts, Radio, Richmond, Shaka Smart, Sports, VCU Leave a comment
Demographic Maps Are Educational, Pretty
This isn’t particularly timely. It could fairly be called “old news.” But my discovery of Eric Fischer’s demographic maps predates the birth of this site. So, I’m running it now. Here’s what you need to know: Each map is a … Continue reading
Posted in Commentary, General Culture and News, Pictures Tagged Census, Chicago, Demographics, Detroit, District of Columbia, Eric Fischer, Ethnicity, Fun with Race, Maps, Pictures, Race, Richmond, RVA, Virginia, Virginia Beach, Washington Leave a comment
Gene Cox began working at Richmond’s WWBT-12 thirty-three years ago. Today is his last behind the anchor desk. The native Virginian presided over half a lifetime’s worth of news items, big and small, making them all his own. Especially the … Continue reading →