The outlet will carry retro video games, merchandise, and other items.
Arthur Ashe is perhaps Richmond’s most successful athlete and continues to serve as a role model to this day. He’ll now be honored in perpetuity with the renaming of a main route through the city.
Health officials say it is not too late to get protection from the flu. Influenza illness frequently peaks in February and flu season can be active into April and May.
There are a ton of free films about the environment showing all over Richmond this week.
Speaking before a packed auditorium at the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, Stoney announced the plan along with a 20-year capital improvement plan to make needed investments in city streets, sidewalks, community centers, and city transportation fleet, among other priorities.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is set to open its newest exhibit Saturday, Hollar’s Encyclopedic Eye: Prints from the Frank Raysor Collection, taking a close look into the fine-point printmaking done by Wenceslaus Hollar in the 17th century.
The project is part of an initiative that began one year ago and included the retiming of 71 intersections in the Southside, 17 in the Northside, and 179 in the Downtown Area.
The public is invited to submit comments after viewing the plans this evening at 5:30 at Dominion Payroll.
The first home is basically two months away but your first chance to watch the Kickers is on February 16th.
The promotion begins February 1st and encourages locals to dine at fifteen of the neighborhood’s restaurants, bars, and coffee shops for a chance to win prizes.