The Horse I Rodin On: The evolution of a genius at the VMFA

David Shultz didn’t know a whole lot about Rodin, sculpture, or diseased hands. Now he knows, arguably, too much! (JK, just enough).


Virginia Historical Society offering Black Friday, Small Business Saturday deals

Score a deal on Downton Abbey merch just in time for the holidays.


New Scott’s Addition mural paints picture of neighborhood’s past, present

The Preserve at Scott’s Addition commissioned the piece, which adorns the apartment building’s façade.


Virginia Historical Society takes fans behind the scenes of Virginia college hoops, football

Two tours this weekend will give fans behind-the-scenes access to the museum as they explore the history of sports in the Commonwealth.

Rodin: Evolution of a Genius

‘Rodin: Evolution of a Genius’ opens this weekend at the VMFA

Tickets are now on sale for the exhibition featuring master sculptor Auguste Rodin, which runs November 21st, 2015 – March 13th, 2016.


CreativeMornings networking group launches in Richmond, reaches capacity in under 24 hours

While the group’s first meeting is at capacity, those interested can join an online waitlist in hopes of scoring a free ticket.

Fat Dragon Third Anniversary Party

Fat Dragon hosting three year anniversary party this evening

The restaurant will have food and drink specials, raffles, and giveaways, not to mention a live DJ.

Downton Abbey

Registration opens on Friday for Downton Abbey premiere at Altria Theater

The premiere last year was a roaring success.

mary poppins

5 Things for Families: Adult children, English nannies, turkey parades, ruby slippers, and…raking?

One more weekend before the holidays get going like gang-busters! Better get in on the relatively mellow (but positively delightful) haps while you can.

sculpture under the highway public art

Public Art Master Plan community meeting tonight!

You know when a thing happens and everyone’s like “WELL, NOBODY ASKED ME!” This is one of those opportunities for you to be asked and have your answer be heard re: public art in our city!