Playoffs are out of reach but the Kickers hope to grab another attendance record on Sunday.
Among the featured spots are Blue Bee Cider, The Dairy Bar, Vasen Brewing, and more. It’s just the latest national accolade for the fast-growing, booze-heavy neighborhood.
Among items on the agenda are the city’s new leaf and bulk trash collection policies, updates on transportation, and priorities for Richmond Public Schools.
Enjoy the best of both worlds–coffee and cider–this Sunday at Buskey Cider.
Trees are a great addition to any yard and you can get one for free from the Richmond Tree Stewards.
Little Saint, a new venture from the folks behind Tarrant’s Café and Max’s on Broad, is now open in the Museum District.
Mattias Hägglund of Heritage; Thomas Leggett, with The Roosevelt; and Kevin Liu of The Tin Pan will open the space later this year.
The archaeology-themed exhibition is meant to complement “Terracotta Army: Legacy of the First Emperor of China.”
The fourth annual RVA Street Art Festival brought together local and national artists alike, adding some life and color to the otherwise drab Diamond, using its blank concrete as their canvas.
For the record, I’ll use the word penultimate at any and every opportunity.