It’s on its third year, and it’s an adorable tradition you should get into. Richmond Magazine gives out awards to restaurateurs, chefs, and the like, to help celebrate and promote (and congratulate) RVA’s burgeoning food scene. Anyone can buy a ticket, and there’s a really great party afterwards with fantastic food (natch) and lots of […]
The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales, the symbol of quality and tradition for Anheuser-Busch since 1933, are scheduled to make an appearance in Carytown- Saturday Jan. 25, 2014 from 12pm-2pm. Some horse facts to share. The Clydesdales’ appearance in Richmond, VA is one of hundreds made annually by the traveling hitches. Canadians of Scottish descent brought the first […]
Captain Scott’s failed Antarctic expedition but the roads of RVA are similar. From Twitter: @RPS_Schools – Schools will remain closed on Thurs., Jan. 23. All teachers and staff should report at 10 a.m.
When RPS is closed the meetings scheduled to be in RPS buildings are cancelled. As a result Councilman Charles R. Samuels and Councilman Jonathan T. Baliles have canceled tonight’s Joint Community Meeting on the Mayor’s Economic Development Plan for Shockoe Bottom and the Boulevard. It will be rescheduled in the coming weeks. In the meantime […]
Never has an uprising sounded so good. RVA’s classical music revolution began in August 2012 when Ellen Cockerham, Richmond Symphony’s principal second violinist, brought together fifteen fellow Symphony musicians to perform a virtual chamber music1 varietal show at Balliceaux–a venue known more for DJs and indie bands than classical music. “It was actually intended to just be […]
From RPS: All schools and administrative offices will be closed tomorrow, Weds., Jan. 22, due to inclement weather.
Due to inclement weather, VCU will close at 4 p.m. and evening classes are cancelled. Check alert.vcu.edu for updates.
No Snow Day Drinking at Isley today. From Isley Brewing Facebook: Due to the potential of snow we have decide to close on Tuesday the 21st to insure the safety of all our friends see you on Wednesday
It is only fitting on a day when were expecting snow that I post about the 3rd Annual GroundForce IT Snowflake Ride to Benefit Richmond Cycling Corps. Perhaps you can even get in some bad weather practice later today. Good weather. Bad weather. Don’t Flake! New This Year…3 Ride Options: 19 Mile Half-Flake Ride. 34 Mile Full-Flake Ride. […]
Nearly every school in the region including RPS have decided that there will be no school due to the forecasted snow. Good luck to all the parents out there. – Graphic by Doug Dobey of Dobey Design.