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Relay Foods is known for taking grocery orders online and preparing them for pickup. Sometime in July you’ll be able to add prepared dinner items to your list.
Enter the contest by uploading your photos of sites and people along the Richmond Liberty Trail to Instagram using the hashtag #RVALibertyTrail and the tag @VisitRichmondVA.
2.5 miles of local roads will be shut off to automobiles. Why? To allow people to walk, bike, do yoga (even belly dance) right in the middle of the street. Originally posted by Nathan Cushing at RVANews
A letter to the RTD points to the foolishness of a stadium in Shockoe. Half-baked ideas lack common sense Editor, Times-Dispatch: In his Commentary column in support of shoe-horning the proposed ball stadium into Shockoe Bottom, Venture Richmond director Jack Berry actually expects us to believe that there is superior parking and Interstate access in [...]
From NBC12 Richmond Police are investigating a shooting in Downtown Richmond early Sunday morning. A man was found shot several times in a parking lot near 2nd and Main streets around 3:12 a.m. Sunday. He was taken to VCU Medical Center with possibly life-threatening injuries. If you know anything that can help solve this case [...]
The idea of tax abatement is great. Build a business using a historic structure and you get a break on some taxes for a set period of time. Style Weekly ran an article about the abuses that are taking place and pointed specifically at Canal Walk Lofts as an example. Apparently the city has woken [...]
Originally posted on RVANews by Ross Catrow The sixth edition of Friday Cheers brings Kishi Bashi and Lake Street Dive to the muddy banks of the James. For $5 there’s no reason to miss out! Can you believe there are only three installments of Friday Cheers left? It seems like only yesterday that we were [...]
From the Anderson’s Neck Oyster Company we get word of an event going down that will combine two wonderful things, bivalves and apples into one glorious tasting event. The weather is suppose to clear up so it should be a great time.
From RTD According to the ordinances introduced at Monday night’s City Council meeting, the city is proposing to spend $11.25 million to help finance a 506-space parking garage as part of the office tower, to be built on what is now a parking area at East Canal Street between Eighth and Ninth streets. About 326 [...]