VCU Ram Nation

Video: VCU bounces back, beat La Salle convincingly, 90-52 [INSIDER]

After a devastating loss at Fordham on Wednesday night, VCU looked to bounce back as they welcomed La Salle into the Siegel Center
VCU Ram Nation

VCU defense key in decisive victory against La Salle, 90-52

There’s certainly no place like home! The Rams (15-5, 5-2 A10) conference schedule started with four of their first six contests
VCU Ram Nation

Photo Gallery: VCU vs. La Salle

Photo Gallery: the Rams returned to the Siegel Center desperate for a win, coming off of two tough A-10 losses on the road against
Oregon Hill

“Oregon Hill 1993”

From the “Your 10 — Life in 10 Minutes” blog: “Oregon Hill 1993” by Tim McCready Pretty girls Big id
RVA Magazine

“All pain is a legacy. All resistance is a tradition. And we will win in the end” - Richmonders take to the streets to protest Trump inauguration

Attendees and, later, protesters hit the books at the J20 Organizing Collective Teach-In and, later, the streets, at its associate
VCU Ram Nation

Game Preview: VCU v La Salle [INSIDER]

After a 4-0 start to conference play as a part of a eight-game win streak, things got interesting quicker than we expected. We kne
Church Hill People's News

Permit filed for demolition of trolley barn for 82-unit apartment complex

An application has been filed to demolish the old trolley barn (permit #D16021801) at 3801 Glenwood Avenue/3700 East Broad Stree


Church Hill People's News

First piece of Creighton redevelopment before Council on Monday

Funding for the first piece of Creighton redevelopment is on the Consent Agenda for this Monday’s City Council meeting:
Church Hill People's News

Recognize this dog?

From kristin at kristin.presley@gmail.com: I work over at Craft Kolache and we have someone’s dog that was running aroun
Church Hill People's News

Have you seen this beautiful black cat?

Breakfast the cat is missing! Fluffy black/dark brown male cat He’s my inlaws cats and lives at the corner of Leigh and
VCU Ram Nation

It Begins With LaSalle…

We here at the Glasshalffull Headquarters take pride in the fact that VCU is consistently one possession from finding magic, thing
RVA Hub Downtown

PHOTOS: Anti-Trump protesters take to Richmond streets

By Amelia Heymann and Maura Mazurowski — Capital News Service More than 100 demonstrators marched through Richmond on Friday eve
Oregon Hill

Richmond Music Teachers Concert Today At Main Library

A concert by the members of the Richmond Music Teachers Association will be held today in the Gellman Room of the Main branch of t
Church Hill People's News

Regie Ford will run as independent for 71st District House of Delegates seat

Graham Moomah has word that Regie Ford will be an independent candidate for the 71st District House of Delegates seat in the Feb


Church Hill People's News

Bagel brunch at Roaring Pines on Saturday

Church Hill People's News

Missing this little black dog?

Found in Gillies Creek at Stone Brewing. Black Cocker Spaniel, male, older, well-fed, sweet disposition. Seems deaf. We got ladd
RVA Magazine

Killer Mike and El-P Run the World at The Norva

The air in the NorVa crackled with excitement Wednesday night as Run the Jewels capped the sold-out first week of their Run the Wo
Richmond Outside

Potterfield Bridge Sees Huge Visitation Numbers in First Month

(Credit for main photo is Chris Johnson — vintage_RVA on Instagram.) If you missed it yesterday, the Times-Dispatch’s
Gay RVA

UPDATED: Official White House website scrubbed of LGBTQ content

Update: We’ve gotten some questions about this claim and thought we’d clarify. Searching “LGBTQ” on whiteh
RVA Magazine

Good Day RVA founder sets out to document RVA protests with State of Richmond

"I've never been so disillusioned with being an American," said local filmmaker Chris Damon. "But I've never been so proud of my f
Gay RVA

Suffolk Police Department Appoints Two LGBTQ Community Liaison Officers

Suffolk police say the positions are modeled after the LGBTQ liaison program introduced by the Norfolk Police Department in August
Gay RVA

Gallup poll: Record number of Americans identify as LGBTQ

“It’s likely that millennials are the first generation in the U.S. to grow up in an environment where social acceptance of the
RVA Magazine

Virginia's elected officials offer bills to help and hurt undocumented immigrants

Three bills that would help undocumented immigrants, and one that would hurt them, have been introduced in the Virginia General As
Dogtown Dish

Mayor Stoney Grabs A Shovel for Pothole Palooza

It looks like Mayor Stoney got the message during his campaign-Manchester is littered with potholes. But have no fear. According
RVA Magazine

Finding hope in metal and punk under President Trump - advice from some of RVA's finest

As President Trump begins his entry into the White House, many feel a cold shiver run down their spine - but we asked some local f
RVA Magazine

Local group plans inauguration protest and march in Abner Clay Park

If you couldn't make it up to DC today but want to show your contempt for the incoming president, there's a local option. A local
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

Boka Tavern on Broad Street closed

Patrick Harris owner of BOKA announced yesterday that Boka Tavern on Broad Street was closed effective immediately. This is the 7t
RVA Hub West End

Henrico CASA seeking volunteers for upcoming training program

The organization has worked for more than 21 years to serve children in the community and works with the courts on juvenile cases.
RVA Hub Downtown

Transgender “bathroom bill” dies in General Assembly subcommittee Thursday

By Tyler Hammel – Capital News Service A bill that would have told transgender individuals which bathroom they must use died in
RVA Hub Downtown

Mayor Stoney announces four major administration appointments

Jon Baliles, Senior Policy Advisor for Innovation In his role, Jon will help the Mayor improve the efficiency and accountability o
RVA Hub Downtown

RTD reporting new owner for the James Center

A major piece of the Richmond skyline has a new owner. Details from RTD: Riverstone Properties, the real estate arm of Richmond bu
Church Hill People's News

BICYCLE RIDERS OF RICHMOND (1920)

Church Hill People's News

Democratic primary this Saturday for 71st District House of Delegates seat (UPDATED)

UPDATE: Cancelled because only one candidate came forth. — ∮∮∮ — There will be a Democratic firehouse primar
RVA Hub West End

Former Henrico County Three Chopt District supervisor David Kaechele passes away

Kaechele served the West End of Henrico for nine terms over four decades. He was 85. The post Former Henrico County Three Chopt D


Church Hill People's News

The Dog & Pig Show closing storefront in mid-February

Just over 2 years after opening their doors, The Dog & Pig Show announced today that they will stop operating as a storefro
Gay RVA

BREAKING: Bill to allow a “person” to deny services for same-sex weddings passes Virginia House subcommittee

BREAKING: A bill aiming to protect religious organizations when they deny services related to a same-sex wedding was passed by a v
RVA Magazine

Renovated state building to be named after civil rights pioneer, Barbara Johns

RICHMOND – The renovated state building that houses the Virginia attorney general’s office will be named after Barbara Johns,
Gay RVA

BREAKING: Bill to add LGBTQ protections to Virginia’s Human Rights Act killed in House subcommittee

"... we should be judged by the content of our character and not the color of our skin... nor by religion, sex, pregnancy, nationa
Gay RVA

Two bills aiming to limit transgender Virginians in bathrooms and schools KILLED in House subcommittee

"Defend your oath, vote for this bill," pleaded Marshall. "I'm gonna pray you all get courage."
Gay RVA

RVA theaters join nationwide ‘Ghostlight Project’ to advocate for diversity and inclusivity

Tonight at 5:30 pm across the country, an estimated 700 theaters will participate in an event called The Ghostlight Project. On th
RVA Magazine

Gov. McAuliffe to join Women's March on Washington

RICHMOND – Gov. Terry McAuliffe plans to attend the Women’s March on Washington on Saturday, when thousands of people are expe
RVA Magazine

Art 180's 'Images of Perfection and Doubt' reflects identity onto RVA youth

In Art 180’s latest exhibit, Images of Perfection and Doubt, Richmond youth explore identity and community through mixed media c
RVA Magazine

Ryan Adams to release new record, play two shows in RVA this spring

Famed singer/songwriter Ryan Adams is coming to RVA this spring and we're freak'n pumped. A North Carolina native in the vein of
Gay RVA

RVA locals and activists explain why they’re headed to the Women’s March this weekend

“I am most concerned with the fate of the Affordable Care Act. I depend on my health insurance for medications I take every day