Tonight is the first show in the sign of Virgo, and to ring it in all proper-like, it is my honor and privilege to invite my Supreme Vrrrgo best friend, Lady Catnip of Meow Mix! up to the mic to talk all things Virgo.
That’s the main focus of the show tonight, folks.
So get your crosswords, planners, and dish gloves ready, pretty thangz.
It’s Virgo Season.
Above: Actual Picture of Lady Catnip.
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Agent Orange played Richmond again last night. I didn’t get to see it, but they’ve been a blast the 3 or 4 times they’ve played here over the last coupla years. Yay fun! Anyway, I’m back at WRIR tonight 9-11pmEDT for another go-round of music and whatnot. Tune in.
On today’s Open Source RVA, we present a rebroadcast of our interview with author — and occasional OSRVA guest host — Dale Brumfield, who talks about his forthcoming book on the Virginia State Penitentiary. We also revisit our talk with mayoral hopeful Farid Alan Schintzius, who fills us in on his efforts to appeal the decision by the city’s electoral board that disqualifies him from the ballot. And we present a (past) installment of “Curtain Call,” our special bi-weekly segment on the entrances and exits of the city’s theater scene, produced by the RIchmond Theatre Critics Circle. Remember: if you didn’t get it the first time, you can back up and try it again. That’s what summer reruns are for. Listen to Richmond’s audio news digest today at 2PM on WRIR 97.3 FM and http://wrir.org/