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HOT SOURCE FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING LEFTOVERS! On the Black Friday edition of Open Source RVA, we welcome 2nd district Richmond City Councilwoman Kimberly Gray to talk about her plan to compensate Broad Street businesses hurt by the ongoing GRTC construction, the just-announced pick of Jason Kamras for Richmond schools superintendent and her reaction to Mayor Stoney’s plan to renovate the Richmond Coliseum and its surrounding area. We also talk at length about the recent outrages surrounding the ongoing Monroe Park renovation. The show also welcomes back author and historian Dale Brumfield, who tells us about his new book, “Virginia State Penitentiary: A Notorious History” (Arcadia Press), which is all about the forbidding prison that stood for nearly 200 years in Richmond. Dale and host Don Harrison also talk about — and shamelessly plug — their appearance in a new music video, “Bones” by Anousheh, directed by budding auteur Hunter Brumfield. DON’T MISS THIS ONCE-A-WEEK FREE RADIO NEWS-TALK PROGRAM SALE! It’s Open Source RVA, and t’s available every Friday at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://www.wrir.org
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