The fourth annual Think. Shop. Buy. Local Saturday is this weekend, highlighting local merchants in the Richmond area.
The screening, in conjunction with the museum’s latest exhibit, begins at 1:30 PM.
An award-winning cast brings the hit Chicago musical to Scott’s Addition with shows through December 13th.
This week: Five local chefs share their favorite Thanksgiving recipes–from the traditional to the unique, two restaurants make a quick flip to new owners and concepts, the Elby Awards have been announced, and the inaugural Virginia Moonshine Festival comes to town this weekend.
This month’s guest speaker is Lee Kallman, who will give a presentation on the UCI World Road Cycling Championship’s impact on Richmond.
A “whole world of movies” is getting some long due local love.
Secco and Can Can are the only restaurants in Carytown to be nominated for an award.
Let the city know want needs to be done to improve our water, including stormwater, drinking water, and wastewater.
Richmond restaurateur Hamooda Shami is bringing Nate Gutierrez’s signature tacos to Charlottesville. His newest restaurant, Yearbook Taco, which opened last month, is a reworking of the Don’t Look Back concept with the same favorite recipes, updated specials, and a brand new theme.