vol. 52 / loud

vol. 52 / loud 🌈

VOL. 52  /  LOUD

Next week is our one-year anniversary!! We're going to be doing it up big, but first, we're kinda proud of this insanely good lineup we've got for you this week. A nice way to cap off 52 issues!




Studio Two Three has a reputation for making things more fun than you thought possible. Which makes their Andy Warhol-themed art auction this Friday a must-attend. It’s the zaniest, coolest party in Richmond.

The organizers want you to feel comfortable starting your art collection or confident in your latest art addition, so you’ll find fantastic price ranges and collector notability for the full art enthusiast spectrum. And, they’re not afraid to push the envelope with dress code, so channel your inner Warhol or Warhol Muse to the max.

Snag your last-minute ticket now. Bonus: all attendees will score 50% off Lyft rides to and from Studio Two Three, so don't stress about Scott's Addition parking!



Friday, September 21 / 7-10pm



This Saturday, VA PrideFest takes over Brown’s Island with our state’s largest LGBTQ+ festival. What to wear? Come as you are - the theme is "This Is Me." Keep an eye out for the magenta-hued Tropic Like Its Hot, the Hardywood-Ardent-COTU collabo beer benefitting VA Pride.

Amid all the free, family-friendly fun, we’re most looking forward to two musical acts. Richmond’s own Deau Eyes will deliver rock 'n' roll Joni Mitchell vibes, while headliner Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters is all magnetic, high-energy glitter rock.

PERK / Lyft to the rescue again! Use code RICPRIDE18 for 25% off two rides to and from Brown’s Island.


Saturday, September 22 / 11am-9pm facebook.com/events/1744167349033717

Mid-century Modern

at Mobelux

If you’ve ever visited Mobelux’s meticulously renovated former post office turned cool office, you know they have inimitable taste.

This weekend, they’re revealing some of their secrets as they host the 2018 Modern Richmond Modern Market. The two-day indoor market will connect you to some of the best local dealers of 20th century modern and mid-century design.

Be sure to take a tour of the Mobelux office to hear the fascinating tale of how they converted it from the former Saunders Station Post Office. And apparently they’re showing a film in their basement theater…


September 22-23

Elisabeth Edelmangive, go, shop