The wickedly funny Amy Stewart presents “Wicked Plants” at Science Museum

The fun author of a fun book gives a fun talk at the Science Museum’s corresponding fun exhibit!


April Festivals

Gone is the season when this thing didn’t take that long to write. Jeez Louise, could we HAVE any more things to do? Easter, Japanese culture, films, inspiration, crafts, and French food, all while Richmond gets handed over to the Union army.


5 Things

Famous authors, Earth Day fests, masks, beautiful music, and a big “BOOO” to the Charlotte Independence.


Startups seeking a boost: i.e.* Startup Competition is bigger and better in 2015

The i.e.* Startup Competition returns for an unexpected fourth year, with an unexpectedly larger amount of prize money to give away!


Greater Fulton, Cheryl Groce-Wright, and being at the center of a movement

YWCA Pat Asch Fellowship for Social Justice grantee Cheryl Groce-Wright and the Greater Fulton Neighborhood Resource Center should absolutely and positively be on your radar.


Phil Skaggs, Richmond Ballet treasure, retires gracefully

As if he would do it any other way.


Congratulations to Trailblazer Award winners!

Enrichmond Trailblazer winners have been announced, and, should you pass any of these fine folks on the street, be sure to remark to them that they have been instrumental in making your lives better. Because they have!


Get your hands on a better planet: Volunteer in the spirit of Earth Day

HandsOn Greater Richmond tells us how we can volunteer our way to a happier Earth.


Let’s Cuddle, RVA

Cuddle RVA opened this week, and while it’s a new concept for many, the owners ask you to keep your mind open. It may be just the thing your very soul has been crying out for.


Happy Weekend, RVA: It’s fear itself you fear!

Maybe your clothes will dry out this weekend? Or maybe you will start sprouting fungi. Who can tell!