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This Week in NFK: National Champs, YIMBYs, Witch Gatherings, Where Joy Begins, Charred Octopus, Job Growth, and more.

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This Saturday, Acres and Thanks for Listening takes over the Assembly rooftop for “Where Joy Begins: Listening Lounge.”  Rip it.ODU Rep Theater opens The Women Of Troy on October 12th. Rip it.The Attucks Jazz Club is returning with Alex McArthur, Dominique Eade, and Chris Whiteman. Rip it.The Virginia Stage Company is filling the Wells Theater with beautiful performances of Fiddler on the Roof all month. Rip it. Next weekend The Hurrah Players start their performances of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Rip it. It’s the last month to catch “Strange Plants” by Heather Beardsley at the Chrysler. Rip it.The Governor’s School is featuring their finest jazz musicians at GSA Jazz Night. Rip it.Auditions for “Hurrah for the Holidays” open soon. Rip it.Currently on Display:Reckonings and Reconstructions: Southern Photography from the Do Good Fund at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.Heather Beardsley: Strange Plants at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.Charles Atlas: Selected Videos 1987–2015 at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.Jaime Guerrero: Dendrolatry at Chrysler Museum. Rip it.Perspectives: Modern and Contemporary Glass from the Waitzer Collection at Barry Art Museum. Rip it.Fashioning Innovation: Madame Alexander at 100 at Barry Art Museum. Rip it.Nurture | Nature at Barry Art Museum. Rip it.Vague Appliances and Utilities at Gordon Art Galleries. Rip it.Papahanaumoku: A Panoply of New Island Cultures at Gordon Art Galleries. Rip it.“I’m So Cheugy” by Derek Eley at Offsite Gallery. Rip it.The Art of Data Exhibit at Slover Library. Rip it.FACES by Lotus at The Gallery At Elation. Rip it. “A Look Within” a CAN Foundation collaboration at TCC Arts & Design Center. Rip it.


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Paul Stetson Rice

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Paul is the creator of NFKVA.com. He was born and raised in Norfolk, graduated from Virginia Tech, and narrowly avoided law school. Chat with him about economics, entrepreneurship, hip-hop, and hiking. When he's not working on five different projects, you'll catch him sharing a beer with friends at a local brewery.

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