Open Source RVA presents:
MAN, WOMAN, MICROPHONE, SOURCE! On Friday’s Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, Don Harrison has an in-depth discussion with Richmond City Council candidate Ann-Frances Lambert. The daughter of the late State Senator Benjamin Lambert III tells us why she’s seeking the Third District council seat being vacated by Chris Hilbert. We also have a new installment of the series, “The Next 400,” as co-host Mike Kemetic speaks to Rado B, the renaissance man behind the RVA Rap Elite and AMG Music Group — he’s also launched a clothing line called Mama Jo’s Collectors Club. AND HOLD ON TO YOUR VIRTUAL GAVELS! Melissa Vaughn of RVA Dirt gives us the lowdown on Richmond City Council with a brand new edition of the Quick and Dirty Council Roundup. We also present a fresh installment of Curtain Call, produced by the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle. This week, actress Jacqueline Jones talks with Jerry Williams about her depiction of Texas Governor Ann Richards in “Ann,” the one-woman show at Firehouse Theatre. SOURCE IT IF YOU GOT IT! Friday noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and WRIR.org.
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