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What would Arnie Becker do?

Corbin Bernsen, the actor best known as high-rent divorce lawyer Arnold Becker in the 1980s show “L.A. Law,” has filed a $600,000 lawsuit in Norfolk federal court. Bernsen claims that in 2009 he signed a $1 million deal with a ...

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Do your (jury) duty

Practically every high school civics class covers the court system and jury duty. It’s one of those important civic responsibilities. If you get a jury duty notice, you go and serve. Not always. About 40 people in Franklin and Southampton ...

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The make-up man

In honor of National Newspaper Week, I want to share a story from the backrooms of the newspaper business. There are reporters with byline fever. There are editors who crusade. There are photographers who freeze moments of history. And then ...

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Nevermore?

Frederick Bouchat has been fighting the NFL’s Baltimore Ravens for a long time. The team moved from Cleveland to Charm City in 1996; for the first three seasons in Baltimore, the logo on the team helmets was a “Flying B” ...

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Italian American group honors Trigiani

Virginia Bar Association President Lucia Anna “Pia” Trigiani (right) has been named to the Hall of Fame of the Italian American Business and Professional Societa. The Societa is a Richmond business group dedicated to promoting relationships between Italian American-owned or ...

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Italian American group honors Trigiani

Virginia Bar Association President Lucia Anna “Pia” Trigiani (right) has been named to the Hall of Fame of the Italian American Business and Professional Societa. The Societa is a Richmond business group dedicated to promoting relationships between Italian American-owned or ...

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Headline of the day

The Elton John AIDS Foundation, a charitable organization run by the singer, is planning to auction off six pieces of contemporary art next month at Sotheby’s in London. The art is expected to bring in about $750K, with all proceeds ...

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