Steve Case’s “Rise of the Rest” bus tour will stop in Richmond on May 4th.
If you’re looking for something fun to do this weekend, a walking tour filled with chocolate and candy doesn’t sound like a bad idea.
Spanglish covers of Ramones songs at a taco joint.
Reviewer Karen Newton navigates a river of eclectic Ethiopian dishes at the Carytown spot.
Prior to every home game a panel of so-called experts will predict the outcome of the Richmond Kickers game. Each expert receives one point for each correct prediction. At the end of the season the winner gets a trophy and pack of gum.
“…Council’s most important responsibility [is] to look at the Mayor’s proposed budget and make adjustments to help move the City forward.”
The arts and craft event will feature more than 425 local and regional artists and craftspeople.
Submit your unique exhibition ideas to 1708 Gallery by midnight on May 31st.
The upscale grocer features prepared foods, beer and wine, a café and bakery, and a selection of locally-made products.
The eclectic and wide-ranging season kicks off July 22nd.