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One of the Valentine's newest exhibits delves into this persona – a complex blending of many identities, from several centuries.
The Virginia Repertory Theatre hosts a Richmond-based play based on history and the founding of Richmond's first modern era professional performing arts organization.
It's been more than 50 years since Beaver, described as "the little devil on your shoulder whispering in your ear", appeared in his last episode.
In the '60s and '70s the battle for late-night talk show dominance was between Johnny Carson. Merv Griffin and Dick Cavett. Ever wonder where Cavett is now? BOOMER investigates...
Boomers grew up believing anyone could become an artist. And that’s just what Suzanne Morris did. Here’s the secret to her success!
To get ready for the big event, TEDxRVA, BOOMER decided to catch up with Robert Russell, an architectural historian with a lot to say about urban design.
BOOMER recently caught up with soul care advocate, Sheila Battle as she prepares for her talk at this year’s TEDxRVA circuit.
David L. Robbins writes about his experience with The Mighty Pen Project.