Wednesday, January 23, 2013
Open Source RVA: Dec. 14 and Jan. 11 Podcasts
It was a weird year for Richmond's arts scene as behind-the-curtains drama often overshadowed the actual art on display. For this special edition of Open Source RVA, we invited four distinguished area arts writers and critics to expound upon the past year and discuss both the hits and the bombs.
Joining us in our arts and culture roundtable: Harry Kollatz Jr., senior writer at Richmond Magazine, Angela Lehman-Rios, veteran music writer and Style Weekly critic, Rich Griset, freelance writer and theater critic at Style, and RVA Magazine editor Andrew Necci.
Click here to download the Jan. 11, 2013 podcast of Open Source RVA.
And the now-archival Dec. 14 edition of Your Show of Shows can now be heard in its entirety. Yay!
On this memorable installment, we talk with preservationists Giles Harnsberger and Nicole Anderson Ellis about how scenic and historic Rt. 5 was saved from development, and Andrew Bodoh, the lawyer for the Wingnut Anarchist Collective, fills us in on the dustup between the Richmond anarchists and the Richmond Police Department.
Oh... and we also introduce you to the follicle-flaunting fellows who are behind the RVA Beard League. Don't miss this.
Click here to download the Dec. 14, 2012 podcast of Open Source RVA.
Open Source RVA's army of unpaid interns now inform me that we are officially caught up on the podcasts. And there was much rejoicing.
Check out the show's website at http://rvaopensource.com and don't forget to listen in every Friday at 4PM on 97.3 FM and http://wrir.org for Richmond's weekly audio digest.