Archives: Virginia Historical Society

VHS presents ‘A Native Son Comes Home: The Life and Legacy of Arthur Ashe’

The lecture takes place today at noon at the Virginia Historical Society.

VHS president emeritus hosting book launch and lecture July 9th

Charles F. Bryan, Jr. will host a lecture entitled “The History Crisis in America: Myth and Reality.”

VHS behind-the-scenes tour focuses on stories of love in Virginia

Virginia is for Lovers, and the VHS is out to prove it with love stories from the past 200 years.

Richmond International Film Festival announces 2015 selections

More than 120 films from over 25 countries will be screened over four days at multiple venues.

Virginia Historical Society announces 2015 program lineup

The museum is going strong with a variety of programs and lectures in 2015, despite major renovations.

Food News: Two restaurants head west, a third heads south, and a fourth expands footprint

This week: Two popular restaurants expand their footprint with locations in the West End, while another crosses the river to southside. Plus, details on the closure of a vampire-themed restaurant and a look at six fantastic women shaking things up in Richmond’s dining scene.

History On Tap: A night of beer history to benefit the VHS at Ardent Craft Ales

Explore and taste local brewing history and help out the Virginia Historical Society at a special benefit event.

Get a behind the scenes look at the Virginia Historical Society this weekend

Saturday’s tour will focus on the history of business and commerce in the Commonwealth.

Former State Senator donates personal papers to the VHS

Former Senator Elliot S. Schewel’s papers will be archived at the museum for research purposes.

VHS offering special behind the scenes tour this weekend

‘Virginia Victuals: Food and Drink in the Old Dominion’ kicks off at 10:30 AM Saturday morning.

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