Looks like home owners in the Museum district have decided to take a stand against employees and other non-locals parking on their block.
The AP is reporting a fight broke out in the Tazewell, VA Walmart parking lot.
A recent transplant to Richmond from Alabama via upstate New York, Laura Confer is primed and ready to experience the city everyone is so happy to show off. As she navigates this new terrain, she’ll be writing about her adventures. Tell her where she should go! Tell her what she should do! Tell her to stop talking about food so much!
When I walked into the well-worn shop, tall metal shelves teeming with car parts and dusty boxes teetering on grease-stained concrete floors, I felt a little out of place in my purple, ruffly dress. After all, the other people there – all of whom were dudes – were sporting jeans and sweatshirts, Harley Davidson jackets and chain wallets.
It wouldn't be Thanksgiving without family, food, turkey-induced comas, and, of course, animal rights activists reminding us how awful factory farming is.
Monday, December 2, 8 p.m.
Pontiak, Guardian Alien (pictured above by John Jones), Lord Candy Dish Visual Productions @ Gallery 5 - $9/All Ages
What a delightful Monday show this will be. Off of the Thrill Jockey label, Guardian Alien is one of the top New York avant-garde bands out right now. Making their triumphant return to Richmond, Guardian Alien is a must see.
A crowd funding program has been set up to raise funds for the injured security guard through YouCaring.com. It lists the name of the injured guard as Jack Newsom and posts a photo of a severely beaten man.
Every year, Americans spend over $600 billion (yes, with a B) on Black Friday. What if just a 10th of that was spent on small businesses? Think of the economic impact we could have in the local area.
Thanksgiving Day, for many people, means cooking, eating, sleeping, watching parades, watching football, drinking, and if you're that relative, facing a few bottles of wine and passing out, but not be
Hey Deadheads, this one's for you! Sure, Jerry Garcia's gone, but Dark Star Orchestra, the band widely acclaimed as the best Grateful Dead tribute ever is still on the road, recreating the atmosphere of Dead tours long gone--and they'll be hitting the Jefferson Theater in just over a week's time!