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Minor Poet, Major Release | Richmond Magazine Minor Poet, Major Release
Once again, Egghunt Records introduces Richmond to an innovative sound, with the debut of “And How!” by one-man band Minor Poet.
Richmond Magazine | August 23, 2017
Ready to Roll | Richmond Magazine Ready to Roll
Richmond's much-anticipated bike sharing system has jumped off the starting line.
Richmond Magazine | August 23, 2017
Recovery Mode | Richmond Magazine Recovery Mode
Petersburg makes strides toward financial health, but hurdles remain.
Richmond Magazine | August 23, 2017
Sips & Swigs: Amuse’s All About Yves | Richmond Magazine Sips & Swigs: Amuse’s All About Yves
A special cocktail captures the spirit of “Yves Saint-Laurent: The Perfection of Style” at the VMFA.
Richmond Magazine | August 23, 2017
Modified 'Education Compact' Approved | Richmond Magazine Modified 'Education Compact' Approved
Richmond's City Council and School Board pass a framework for collaboration; administrators present preliminary SOL results.
Richmond Magazine | August 22, 2017
Smoky Allure, but Smoldering | Richmond Magazine Smoky Allure, but Smoldering
Finding focus at Jackson’s Beer Garden & Smokehouse
Richmond Magazine | August 22, 2017
Class of 2021 includes most diverse pool of applicants in University of Richmond’s history; 30 percent are U.S. students of color | Urban Views Weekly Class of 2021 includes most diverse pool of applicants in University of Richmond’s history; 30 percent are U.S. students of color
For the third time in the past decade, more than 10,000 applicants applied for 800 spaces in the University of Richmond’s Class of 2021. The University of Richmond will welcome…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Flip to the Back: Michael Robinson | Richmond Magazine Flip to the Back: Michael Robinson
An NFL Network analyst and former pro-football player, Robinson founded the nonprofit Excel to Excellence in 2010.
Richmond Magazine | August 22, 2017
Straight From the City of Brotherly Love | Richmond Magazine Straight From the City of Brotherly Love
Philadelphia-based rockers Sheer Mag return to Strange Matter with their first LP in tow.
Richmond Magazine | August 22, 2017
Sergeant Carol Adams | Urban Views Weekly Sergeant Carol Adams
Carol Adams, a Sergeant in the Community Care Unit of the Richmond Police, is a self-professed shy, introspective, adventurous and solitary person. She has a deep commitment to her assignment…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Make Lunchtime Fun Time | Urban Views Weekly Make Lunchtime Fun Time
Tips for creating back-to-school lunches courtesy of Mini Babybel With school back in session, many families are beginning to focus on smarter eating habits. Packing your little learner’s lunch is…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Getting kids ready for school with early vaccinations and physicals | Urban Views Weekly Getting kids ready for school with early vaccinations and physicals
The Richmond City Health Department’s annual Back to School Event for Richmond residents is Friday, August 25th, 8:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Health Department Clinic located at 400…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
The timing may be right for a career in health care – no layoffs in sight | Urban Views Weekly The timing may be right for a career in health care – no layoffs in sight
The job market has improved greatly in recent months and one field with high demand is nursing. Hiring Trends in Nursing Professionals in the healthcare industry have noticed a shift…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Christian Price of Richmond Community High School | Urban Views Weekly Christian Price of Richmond Community High School
From babysitting his niece and nephew, to different volunteer experiences, Christian Price has always enjoyed working with children. When he was in the tenth grade, Christian started working as a…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Silence is deafening | Urban Views Weekly Silence is deafening
The Silence is deafening and the enabling is disgraceful. The United States of America has a long and historic legacy of standing on the sidelines and watching as some of…
Urban Views Weekly | August 22, 2017
Like Mother, Like Son | Richmond Magazine Like Mother, Like Son
A family of users wrestles with the opioid epidemic.
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
Where to Find It Guide 2017 | Richmond Magazine Where to Find It Guide 2017
The ultimate resource for everything you need in your home
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
Last Call | Richmond Magazine Last Call
Exhibitions celebrating the work of Leonardo da Vinci and Yves Saint Laurent are coming to a close.
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
Temps Rising, Tops Spinning | Richmond Magazine Temps Rising, Tops Spinning
Motown legends The Temptations and The Four Tops take the stage at Innsbrook After Hours Aug. 23.
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
A Nod to Tradition | Richmond Magazine A Nod to Tradition
Paul Cho and Helen Koo incorporate elements of their Korean heritage in a fall wedding at Mankin Mansion.
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
Menswear With a Story | Richmond Magazine Menswear With a Story
Menswear retailer Jackson & James brings unique brands to Scott’s Addition.
Richmond Magazine | August 21, 2017
Digging Deeper | Richmond Magazine Digging Deeper
If we want to make the best decisions for Richmond's future, we need to educate ourselves on its past.
Richmond Magazine | August 20, 2017
A Hybrid Approach | Richmond Magazine A Hybrid Approach
New VCU dean Shawn Brixey marries art, science.
Richmond Magazine | August 20, 2017
Finding Home | Richmond Magazine Finding Home
My sons and I have found sanctuary and meaning in private schools.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Rhapsody in White | Richmond Magazine Rhapsody in White
Organizers celebrate a successful debut of Diner en Blanc in Richmond.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Celebrate With Us | Richmond Magazine Celebrate With Us
The Filipino Festival returns for its twelfth year of food, dance and music celebrating the culture and people of the Philippines.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Let’s Admit It | Richmond Magazine Let’s Admit It
Applying for kindergarten, middle or high school is a complicated process.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Making the List | Richmond Magazine Making the List
Annual health care facility rankings from U.S. News & World Report include three facilities from metro Richmond, plus more of the week's health news.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Uncovering the Dead | Richmond Magazine Uncovering the Dead
As restoration plans proceed, longtime volunteers seek assurance on their role in Richmond’s historic African-American cemeteries.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Bird Is the Word | Richmond Magazine Bird Is the Word
When it comes to RVA's rulers of the roost, it's all in the marinade.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Music Mecca | Richmond Magazine Music Mecca
This year’s Richmond Jazz Festival commences Aug. 10 at Maymont, featuring a host of musical royalty.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Defining Home | Richmond Magazine Defining Home
A humble start in a junior executive suite leaves a lasting impression of what makes a happy home.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
If These Walls Could Talk | Richmond Magazine If These Walls Could Talk
A plantation-turned-wedding venue holds an etched link to the past.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Private Schools Guide 2017 | Richmond Magazine Private Schools Guide 2017
The latest from the region's independent schools, a look at the intricacies of the application process and parent volunteers at work, plus our annual compilation of private school information
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
The Real Fruit of Their Labor | Richmond Magazine The Real Fruit of Their Labor
Acca Shriners, who support a network of hospitals for children, prepare for the 34th Carytown Watermelon Festival.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
A Cookbook That's More Than Recipes | Richmond Magazine A Cookbook That's More Than Recipes
Through "The Richmond Cookbook," VCUarts graduate Steven Casanova is collecting and sharing knowledge that reflects the city's culture and diversity.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Richmond Food News: Week of July 31-Aug. 4 | Richmond Magazine Richmond Food News: Week of July 31-Aug. 4
National Mead Day, King of Pops factory tours, a new chef at Kabana Rooftop and more
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Pint-Sized Critics | Richmond Magazine Pint-Sized Critics
The Kid Food Critics summer camp at Richmond Montessori School is building discerning diners.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
Adept at Life | Richmond Magazine Adept at Life
A Richmond athlete earns a college scholarship to play wheelchair basketball, plus more of the week's health news.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017
‘The End of an Era’ | Richmond Magazine ‘The End of an Era’
River City Diner closes its Shockoe Bottom location after 24 years.
Richmond Magazine | August 18, 2017