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7003 Three Chopt Road
Aziza's on Main
1001 W Grace St.
Overall Grade: C+
Havana 59 takes classic Cuban, Caribbean and Spanish flavors, full of cilantro, coconut and lots of garlic, to the max and applies the ingredients in innovative ways. The decor is rustic and felt like a Cuban nightclub in the '50s during dinner. There were lightbulbs strung around and the walls seemed to be on the verge of crumbling down.
2008 is nearing its end, and we're looking back on the year that was at the University of Richmond. From President Edward Ayers' momentous inauguration and the Spider football team's national championship victory, to controversy over a sexually explicit fraternity e-mail and the discovery of a black doll hanging from a rope in a university theater, 2008 at the University of Richmond offered celebratory moments, and sad, tragic and questionable ones.
The Bond franchise continued to break from its hokey past of witty one-liners, impossible gadgets and seemingly random sexual romps in "Quantum of Solace," the second installment of the new brooding and introspective 007.
The Third Practice Electroacoustic Music Festival will return to Richmond for its eighth year this weekend.
By Curtis Rogers
No member of The Black Crowes shaved before the band's show in downtown Richmond on Tuesday at the National.
By Tess Tallman
It's hard for our millennial minds to grasp the level of social upheaval at the end of the 1960s. America lost its greatest civil rights leader and one of its most promising politicians, students were beaten and killed on college campuses for protesting a war, and between 1967 and 1971, 47,413 service members were killed in Vietnam.
The sound of "Original Copy," the ninth CD by the Octaves, is smooth and clean. There is nothing scratchy or raw about the album. The group is polished, but not to the point where they sound inhuman.
By Elizabeth Hyman
I thought the MTV Video Music Awards were going really well until I realized they hadn't started yet and I was actually watching that Taco Bell commercial with the guy rapping at the drive-thru. That was the best music video I saw all night. All jokes aside, the VMAs really were that bad, but at least we now know that Rihanna doesn't lip synch. One other thing, who is Tokio Hotel?
The City of Richmond has hundreds of restaurants, but located at 421 E. Franklin St. is the second-longest-running establishment downtown. Penny Lane Pub is 35 years old and provides an escape from a southern city to a bustling pub in Liverpool, England.