Open Source RVA presents:

OH MY SOURCE!! On Friday’s packed installment of Open Source RVA, heard at noon on WRIR 97.3 FM, we welcome therapist LeKeisha Shennille Hite and local musician Trapcry, the developers of a new app, TheraStop, that helps people connect to therapists and mental health services across the region. We also check in with Andee Arches, the director of the Sister Radio Project, a documentary that highlights the work of two independent radio stations from sister cities, our own WRIR in Richmond, VA and Radio Sikoro in Segou, Mali. PLUS we have another edition of Curtain Call, produced by the Richmond Theatre Critics Circle. This week Julie Turner, Jerry Williams, Julinda D. Lewis & Susie Hirsch Haubenstock discuss Firehouse Theatre’s “Walled In,” and Quill Theatre’s James Ricks tells us about the changes for this summer’s Richmond Shakespeare Festival. BUT THAT”S NOT ALL! RVA Dirt’s Melissa Vaughn tries to make sense of Monday’s Richmond City Council melee on another Quick & Dirty Council Roundup. IT’S A LOTTA SOURCE BUT YOU CAN HANDLE IT!

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    Open Source RVA    June 18th, 2021

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