Documentary film The Devil We Know reveals the dangers of many ordinary household chemicals we’ve overlooked — and explains how we got to this point.
My Feature Piece in RVA Magazine column, “From The Desk of GayRVA.”
The continuation of a great story and essential lessons from a guy I otherwise would’ve never met.
Any holiday season, religious or otherwise, is a special time — especially for TV networks. From the ringing of holiday bells to a 17-hour marathon of a killer in a goalie mask hacking people to death, it evokes a rush of nostalgia in viewers, and brings corresponding high ratings to networks.
Some stories begin with rock bottom. For Joe Guerrero from Chesapeake, Virginia, it began with a sentence hearing and a batch of Seroquel pills — 14 in total.
Not your typical Lumineers Spotify Session.
RVA Magazine caught up with Stormy to get a gist of the thunder clouds gathering over the city.
Hurricane Florence is coming in hot and she’s one pissed off mamacita. According to the National Hurricane Center, Florence has strengthened to a category 4 hurricane with winds near 130 mph.
We were already knocking back our second shot of whiskey when Nickelus F walked into Commercial Taphouse (local bar in Greater Richmond Area). Sliding into the booth alongside us with a worn backpack and noticeable jet lag below his eyes, you wouldn’t suspect that he is one of the most dominant rappers on the east coast. Or that the rapper just returned from his first national tour.
When I heard Cake was headed to Richmond this month on tour, I knew I wanted to speak with McCrea about their 27 years as a band, his views on our current political climate, which he shares over social media, and, of course, if we can expect any flying condoms at the show this weekend.