Open Source RVA presents:
BE AFRAID BE VERY AFRAID!! On Friday’s TERRIFYING edition of Open Source RVA, we welcome back Marc Cheatham, the man behind the Cheats Movement blog and podcast. He talks about why the scariest thing we might see this Halloween might be more white people perpetuating racial stereotypes by dressing in Blackface. We’ll also talk about his new collaboration with artist Noah Scalin, a striking sweatshirt with a message that addresses the fate of the Monument Avenue confederate statues, and get his thoughts on the Nov. 7 midterm election. And in Hanover, no one can hear you scream! We welcome Ryan Sligh and Kitty Barnes of Red Vein Army, whose scary haunted house attraction at the Hanover Vegetable Farm takes goose pimples to a whole ‘mother level (seriously, folks, we’re scared just thinking about it). And our food correspondent Piet Jones talks to organizer Maureen Egan about the Fire, Flour and Fork Festival, a not-scary but captivating food fiesta taking over restaurants across the city starting Nov. 2. We’ll also have another dramatic and unsettling installment of Curtain Call, our bi-weekly segment on Richmond’s thriving theatre scene. This time out, David Timberline, Claire Boswell and Jerry Williams review Firehouse Theatre’s Desire Under the Elms, and David tells us about his new venture for drama lovers, Behind the Scenes, Richmond, VA. PLEASE DON”T GO BACK FOR THE CAT! Listen to Open Source RVA at Friday noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://www.wrir.org. (Photo: Red Vein Army)
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OSRVA 148 October 27th, 2017
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