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BEHIND THE SCENES WITH OPEN SOURCE RVA! On the today’s edition of Richmond’s weekly audio news digest, host Don Harrison talks about the growing Anti-Fascist Movement with three members of the Scuffletown Anti-Repression Committee, a local Anti-Fascist organization. Our guests, Louis, Henry and Greyja, will speak about the growing modern movement to combat the alt-right, the recent neo-Nazi rally in Charlottesville that garnered national headlines, and why it’s OK to fight hate with hate. And get a load of that continuing resolution! Melissa Vaughn from RVA Dirt returns with another solo dispatch from Richmond City Council on the latest Quick and Dirty Council Roundup, and we welcome a splashy new episode of Curtain Call, our biweekly look at Richmond’s stage scene produced by the Richmond Theater Critics Circle. This week, the critics evaluate “Ca$h on Delivery” at Swift Creek Mill Theater, and have a talk with Richmond Triangle Players’ Phillip Crosby about the company’s upcoming season. All of that AND Charles McGuigan, from A Grain of Sand, files a special report on a new historic marker recognizing Northside Richmond’s “Little Italy” community — the first time that the state’s Department of Historic Resources has erected a historic marker that recognizes an immigrant community in Virginia. WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR? DIG INTO THIS SOURCE! Listen to today’s Open Source RVA at 2PM on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://www.wrir.org.
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