Today we talk Richmond's art plan, the Third Man showing at the Byrd, and a concert bennifiting Beds for Kids and Stop Child Abuse Now. 2pm!
On the Sept. 4th edition of Richmond's audio news digest, we talk to Richmond's new public art coordinator, Ellyn Parker, about the state of the city's art. We also speak with Terry Rea and James Parrish of the proposed Bijou Film Center about the benefit screening of the classic film, the Third Man, happening at the Byrd. We'll also be joined by Eric Postow of Students Live Benefit Concerts. He'll tell us all about the multi-band RVA Rock'N Art Festival planned for the National that will benefit Beds for Kids and Stop Child Abuse Now. Join hosts Chris Dovi and Don Harrison at 2pm for this installment of Richmond's omnibus news and talk program on WRIR 97.3 FM.
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September 4th, 2015
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