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Carytown named one of nation’s top “hip” retail markets

The report, released by real estate firm Cushman & Wakefield, cites the Mile of Style’s walkability and diversity of shopping, dining, and entertainment options.

Dixie Donuts’ giant donut sign could be yours for $1,500

What is likely the largest donut in Richmond is sadly not edible.

Dave’s Comics closing after 34 years in business

The store is closing following owner Dave Leubke’s passing earlier this year.

Capital One vows to preserve Carytown building eyed for new “banking café”

The financial services company plans to move into the building formerly occupied by Secco Wine Bar.

Plan 9 Music to celebrate 9th annual Record Store Day with live music, DJs, prizes

Enjoy live music and DJs, win prizes, and score some limited edition records.

Cabela’s previews Short Pump store ahead of April 6th opening

The 82,000-square-foot store features a replica mountain, aquarium, archery range, café, and more.

Lilly Pulitzer opening store at Short Pump Town Center this summer

The resort wear brand’s store will be located on the lower level near Nordstrom.

Publix announces entry into Virginia market with new store in Glen Allen

The 49,000-square-foot store will open in 2018 at the site of what was once slated to be a Ukrop’s Supermarket before the company’s sale in 2009.

Former Richmond-based chain Circuit City powering back up under new owners

Two retail industry vets have ambitious plans to bring the brand back this spring in a big way.

Pleasants Hardware announces sale to Virginia Beach-based Taylor’s Do It Centers

The 100-year-old local hardware chain will retain its name, employees, and independence when the sale closes February 17th.