The Richmond City health department is working to establish a Northside Health and Wellness Initiative and needs your help.
Enjoy a bit of pasta and wine.
Workshop is free and open to the public, with the aim of achieving real community-driven solutions on a neighborhood level.
This week: Graffiato opens its doors after a summer-long delay, the Sammich Bus rolls into RVA’s increasingly-crowded food truck scene, and oysters take over the 17th Street Farmer’s Market. All this and much more!
Deadline for National Night Out is July 24th.
The annual St. Elizabeth Jazz & Food Festival is Saturday August 3rd from noon-7:30PM at 2712 2nd Avenue.
Did you know Chamberlayne Avenue was once a tourist as a tourist stopover on historic US Route 1?
Enoteca Sogno’s tender gnocchi covered in a traditional pesto alla Genovese are the perfect way to celebrate summer.
Stir Crazy Café, one of the Northside’s most popular coffee shops, is apparently on the market.
Little House Green Grocer, located in Bellevue, host their grand opening celebration this Saturday.