Open Source RVA presents:
YOUR SOURCE FOR COMMUNITY YAKKING! On Friday’s Juneteenth edition of Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM,, we welcome back community activist Arthur Burton of Kinfolk Community Wellness. He talks about Richmond’s ongoing protests, the fate of the confederate statues, the Richmond mayor’s race, and why the Juneteenth commemoration has even more meaning this year.. We also welcome singer/songwriter Angelica Garcia (pictured). Her stunning album, “Cha Cha Palace,” was issued earlier this year to rapturous reviews, including a plug rom Barack Obama. The El Monte, California transplant tells us all about how moving to Richmond inspired her creativity. We’ve also got a brand new edition of Curtain Call, courtesy of the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle. This week, Amy Wight, who has been the producer of The Artsies for 12 years, talks to Jerry Williams about the award show’s evolution, and announces this year’s nominees and theme.. A WHOLE LOT OF SOURCE! Get you some at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://wrir.org. (Photo: Spacebomb Records)
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Krysti Albus 275 June 19th, 2020
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