I’d also caution against driving at all, it’s a mess out there and not expected to improve quickly.
The Richmond Fire Department saved the restaurant from major damage in 2014; now owner Paul Heitz is looking to give back.
Another weekend is upon us and another beer is being released into the wild for us to sip. Details from Hardywood. An assertive Imperial Stout aged 12 weeks in bourbon barrels and conditioned on custom roasted Sidamo coffee from Lamplighter Roasting Company, Bourbon Sidamo showcases the signature flavors of whiskey, roasted malt and Ethiopian coffee. […]
Mayor Jones delivered his State of the City address last night in the auditorium of the new MLK Middle School. A video touting the Mayor’s accomplishments played before Jones’ presentation (embedded below). NBC12 has the full text of the speech (and a story below).
Two beautiful photos of Libby Hill Park by Antoine Carrel.
According to new population estimates released a few days ago by Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service Demographics Research Group at UVA, Richmond’s population has grown to 211,172, up 6,958 new residents since the official 2010 count of 204,214 (and up from the 2000 count of 197,790). The city’s population peaked at 249,621 in 1970 […]
Five parcels of land along Government Road from a former trailer park are for sale for $1,500,000. 2.31 acres for high-density residential (43 units/ac), retail uses next to the James River and 1 mi to Rockett’s Landing in a rapidly-growing historic neighborhood on the outskirts of the city. Already developed with private cul de sac […]
PHSSA originally had an Open House for prospective parents scheduled for this evening, January 30. Due to the closure of all Richmond Public Schools it has been rescheduled. You have two opportunities to come check out the school and meet some of the staff. February 3, at 9:00 AM or February 11, at 6:00 PM. […]
The VCUarts Cinematheque regularly programs and presents 35mm films at the VCUarts Grace Street Theatre.