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 Open Source RVA 
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 Thad Williamson, Charlie Diradour, Paul Goldman
 Open Source RVA  
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Open Source reviews 2012 and makes predictions about 2013.
Amy Daniel, Chris Dovi, Don Harrison, Gabi Schatzi, Jay Westermann
2012 has been a long, strange year -- and it seems almost certain that 2013 will be just as strange.
And nowhere is strange on display as it is in the conduct of local politics and current affairs.
But as strange as it may get, politics is also in some ways oh so very predictable. Which is why on today’s Open Source RVA we dusts off the cloudy crystal ball and invites three of Richmond’s most preeminent diviners to gaze both into the murky past of the past year, giving us a sometimes no-holds-barred, but certainly opinionated view of some of the biggest headlines of the past year.
And they’ll also peer into the hazy future of our fair metro area, to make a few predictions about where the right turns and wrong turns of our immediate past might take us in 2013.

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00:59:00 English 2013-01-04
 WRIR 97.3 LP FM, Richmond
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Open Source RVA 01/04/2013  00:59:00  128Kbps mp3
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