The Score

This Week: Science Museum changes, Beer Fest sells out, Soup Nazi Squirrels + more.


+3 The T-D reports that the Science Museum of Virginia is raising $60 million to transform into a marketing agency for science. So much work to get kids in the door. Let's just face it: We've lost a generation to Justin Bieber.

+4 The inaugural Carytown Craft Beer Festival sells out at 3,500 revelers on a sunny Sunday. The "Mile of Style" quickly turns into the "Quarter of Quaff."

+2 The Richmond Flying Squirrels announce that the Soup Nazi from "Seinfeld" will appear at Friday's game as part of a canned soup drive for FeedMore. And if you can't bring any cans you're welcome to make a donation from your Costanza wallet.

+1 Richmond native Henry Hager and his wife, former first daughter Jenna Bush Hager, become new parents with the birth of Margaret Laura "Mila" Hager. Grandpa Bush finally has a reason to unpack that Mission Accomplished banner.

+7 More than 38,600 people run in the Monument Avenue 10-K, a day filled with inspiring stories, good times and free entertainment. But more important, considering events in Boston: Everyone was safe.

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