By Tess Tallman
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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.
StubHub, an online ticket seller, named Richmond No. 9 on its list of America's 20 Most Rockin' Cities for 2008, moving the city up from its previous spot at No. 17.
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If you were to take the convenience of a Panera Bread and mix it with the gourmet elegance of a European bistro, then add a dash of the Richmond prep-factor found at Mosaic's, you would probably have a restaurant that looked and smelled a lot like the recently-opened Cafe Caturra.
The 1990s rock trio known for putting their tender heart in a blender and watching it spin around to beautiful oblivion was at Toad's Place last Thursday asking the audience to do more than puree their precious organs.
The University of Richmond has landed on the Princeton Review's 2009 list of schools with homogeneous populations and little race or class interaction, but made the cut for most beautiful campus and best classroom experience, leading university officials to question the study's survey methodology.
Wild Willie's, a new restaurant established by a University of Richmond alumna, has already attracted many diners since its opening in March.
Third Eye Blind played a sold-out concert to more than 1,400 people at Toad's Place Monday night with music that spanned a decade, with hits from the '90s and unreleased songs from their next album.
This Homecoming Weekend promises to be as strange as it will be memorable, because those who were my peers just a few months ago will be returning to campus as members of that distant and ever-growing faction that is "alumni."
The publication of the first issue of a new University of Richmond conservative opinion journal, The Richmond Review, is scheduled for Nov. 5.
Virginia attorney general Robert F. McDonnell addressed students, faculty and staff about how easy it is for him as a Republican to work with a Democratic governor.