Craft beer, food trucks, and the Richmond Kickers come together for a day of fun.
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Knitorious M.E.G. strikes again.
City Stadium was as full as I have ever seen it in the 10 years I’ve been going to games.
Prior to every home game a panel of so called experts will predict the outcome of the Richmond Kickers game. Each expert recieves 1 point for each correct prediction. At the end of the season the winner gets a trophy and pack of gum.
The Kickers dominated this year. But you’re only as good as your last win while competing in the USL PRO playoffs.
More than 50 people turned out for Councilman Parker Agelasto‘s 5th District meeting Wednesday evening at the Randolph Community Center. The core of the meeting was a presentation on what is going on with City Stadium by Brendan Williamson of the Richmond Department of Economic and Community Development.
After 120 minutes of scoreless play, DC United edged a win over the Kickers last night in a game that came down to penalty shots.
A new drawing gives an aerial view of what the Redskins summer training camp will look like. And will the public be able to use the fields when they’re not used by the Redskins?
Councilman Marty Jewell will be hosting a 5th District Community Meeting on Thursday, March 29, 2012 6-8PM at the Randolph Community Center (1415 Grayland Avenue). An agenda circulating indicates that acquisition of City Stadium by VCU will be the main topic for the meeting. VCU ACQUIRING CITY STADIUM!!!! Representation from VCU will be present to […]
How about we divert our attention away from BountyGate and Peyton Manning for 11 minutes or so? Eddy Henley, a Redskins fan living in Richmond, tweeted this morning that local Richmond radio was reporting Dan Snyder was in town looking to purchase th…