The Reinhart family recently provided a $500,000 donation to the Foundation – the largest gift in the Foundation’s history – to pay down the Foundation’s mortgage and establish several new initiatives.
The salsa and bachata scene is strong in Richmond as restaurants and bars across the metro area host Latin dancing events all week long. Here is your guide to find the hidden gems where locals can go for a little Latin flavor.
More than 3,500 people are expected to attend a wide variety of events, including runway shows, panel discussions, networking opportunities and the return of a Cultural Fashions Showcase from actor, director, and producer Tim Reid.
Including 92 examples dating from the late 18th and 19th century, the exquisite and intricately crafted works feature subjects such as Renaissance paintings, architecture, animals, and landscapes, many reset as jewelry in designs by Elizabeth Locke.
Richmond’s first-ever Women’s Theatre Festival is underway. The festival, housed in TheatreLAB’s black box theater, includes four one-woman shows: “Message From a Slave,” “Bad Dates,” “Pretty Fire” and “Golda’s Balcony.” The plays rotate in rep with one another through April 20.