Wally Lamb, bestselling author of “She’s Come Undone,” will be visiting the Barnes & Noble at Chesterfield Towne Center this Thursday, August 21 to sign copies of his new novel, “We Are Water” and to talk about his books.
Outdoor fun is all well and good for early summer in Richmond, when the evenings offer cooler respite from the heat and even the mid-day sun is bearable. However, as July marches toward August, we start to reach triple digit numbers on the thermometer, and the humidity is enough to fog your glasses, sometimes you just have to stay inside. If that sounds boring, have no fear. We’ve compiled a list of eight (air-conditioned) activities, for those days when it’s just too hot to stay outdoors.
The VCU Broad Street Mile will return for a second year on Saturday, September 20. The fun fitness event combines a street festival with a new 5K Run and series of one-mile fun runs on the city’s major thoroughfare, Broad Street.
Stop by the museum and the enchanted garden this Thursday, July 31 for music, readings from Poe’s work and a look at the new exhibit “The Living Poe” that examines Poe’s presences in pop culture from tattoos to television.
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