It may be a relic of the past, but the history and art of the old-school game has plenty of life left in it.
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For 15 years, Jennifer Holloway Bopst’s unique style has many Richmonders seeking out her abilities to immortalize a loved one. One of the city’s best kept secrets, the voice she gives her paintings is so vibrant and dynamic it’s made many see the value of owning one of her pieces.
Two hundred three North Lombardy has been transformed. Most know this address to be the old location for Bogart’s, the legendary restaurant, drinking hole, and jazz club that recently moved to W. Cary St. But after much work and many months, the new leaseholders have christened the restaurant in its place Balliceaux (pronounced “bali-so”).