Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Richmond's Most Predictable Locals

Enough of recapping and analyzing 2010. Don't you want to know what's going to happen in Richmond in 2011?
...Richmond’s semi-savvy City Council will take bold new steps in its anti-noise campaign. Council will unveil new laws prohibiting the performance of live music after 11 p.m., if you can hear it at all. Likewise, Richmond’s movie theaters will only be allowed to show silent movies after 11 p.m., which should please fans of Buster Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and the Keystone Kops. When it comes to live comedy on stage at venues within the city limits, only mimes will be permitted to perform in public after the noise curfew.
Click here to read my predictions for Richmond.com, "2011's Most Predictable Locals."

1 comment:

Scott said...

I don't think Oregon Hill has singled out Rao, though it has asked the VCU Board of Visitors to take a positive step.


I try, but even I can't always keep up with Trani's latest machinations.