Open Source RVA presents:
THE SOURCE, OF COURSE! On Friday’s calm but cautious edition of Open Source RVA, Heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, Don Harrison talks about the Jan. 6th domestic terrorist attack on the U.S. Capitol with Landon Shroder, the foreign policy expert and co-publisher of RVA Magazine. Shroder offers his thoughts on what the attack might mean for the safety of the coming Biden/Harris inauguration in D.C., and explains why he doesn’t favor additional legislation to target domestic terrorists. And the Next 400 series returns as Mike Kemetic speaks with Melody Short of The Jackson Ward Collective, The co-owner of Artisan cafe and Richmond Night Market tells us how the Collective is helping African-American businesses, and talks about the growing presence of black female business owners in Richmond. AND WE HAVE A NEW CITY COUNCIL! That means a dramatic, scene-establishing season opener of RVA Dirt’s Quick and Dirty Council Roundup, hosted by Melissa Vaught. GET THE SOURCE!! Friday noon on WRIR 97.3 FM and wrir.org.
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