This week: GWARBar brings upscale junk food to Jackson Ward, drag queens take over Richmond CenterStage for the “Chicks and Waffles Brunch,” and Southern Living Magazine honors four Richmond restaurants in its “100 Best Restaurants in the South” list.
Archives: Tammy Hawley
RVA will have to wait a bit longer for the REAL Mayor to start tweeting #sadface
After graduating VCU, this Richmond native went on to become chief of staff for a member of Congress and later started her own business. She’s now the gatekeeper of information between RVA and its government.
In late May the arrest of Camel owner Rand Burgess sparked controversy over late night No Parking signs on a W. Broad Street corridor. After weeks of meetings and discussions, a City official has announced those signs will come down.