Appetite for the Grotesque: The Art of Dumpster Diving

By Kevin Lata, guest columnist Contrary to popular to belief, trash can be delicious. Trash can delight and fulfill. The act of foraging alone can induce states of moderate to high euphoria. My curiosity and fondness for all things cheap lead me to explore the nether areas of decrepit Richmond trashcans.   Wide-eyed in vigilant […]

1920’s Richmond in 2014 Monroe Park

By Lea McMahan, guest columnist Illustrations by Della Sigrest It’s not always easy to get excited about history. Growing up in Williamsburg, VA, I was always surrounded by history – practically beaten over the head with it. Don’t get me wrong, experiencing history can be fun, but after your 17th time churning butter, the excitement […]