Open Source RVA mount. But no more. No more, we vow!
On the April 5 episode of Open Source RVA, we talk about all aspects of gay marriage with Becky Lee and Diana Hoover, a longtime couple recently wed in a civil union. Retired Episcopal priest Buck Aiken and Bill Harrison of the Gay Community Foundation also join us. We also speak with Katrina Fontenla about her new plan, requested by Richmond's Public Art Commission, that addresses artist live/work spaces in Richmond. Read the plan right here.
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The March 29 episode features a very frank exit interview with architect and urban ecologist Lisa Taranto, the founder of Tricycle Gardens. Taranto leaves the city better than she found it, but has some harsh words for Richmond's power elite. We also welcome writer, archivist and friend-of-the-show Dale Brumfield who talks about his recent Style Weekly cover feature on the unsolved murder of Richmond poet Rik Davis. Read his excellent article right here.
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And how about the March 22 installment of Your Show of Shows? We talk with Peter and Francoise Kirkpatrick, the founders and organizers of the annual French Film Festival, about the cultural treasures that the festival brings to the Byrd Theatre every year. And we also speak with school board members Glen Sturdevant and Kim Gray about recent truancy developments and a plan to have RPS boycott the state’s SOL tests.
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(Yeah, I know a couple of our past episodes are still missing in action. Rest assured that our diligent staff of unpaid interns is working on it.)
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