Church Hill People's News

Bill Robinson Park changes have begun!

Neighbor Timothy P. shared this image with us today! If you’d like to read the original story, click below: Urban Design Co
Church Hill People's News

USA Today loves Sub Rosa!

In their article “The south’s standout bread makers” USA Today features Sub Rosa. Check out the link here! Some


Dogtown Dish

Manchester’s Tricycle Garden’s Down on the Farm Party

Tricycle Garden’s is hosting a Down on the Farm Party at its urban farm located in Manchester. The event will be located at
Church Hill People's News

Cold Case: Homicide of Two Teenagers in Mosby Neighborhood Still Remains Cold

From the Richmond Police Department: The homicide of teenagers, Taliek K. Brown, 15, of the 400 block of East Brookland Park Boule
Church Hill People's News

Crime Watch: If you know something, you can report it safely!

From the Church Hill Association: Wednesday night, April 18, at around 8-830 pm, there were gunshots fired at the Chimborazo Playg


RVA Magazine

Students March to Statehouse, Commemorating Victims Of Columbine On National School Walkout Day

Roughly 200-300 people turned out for a student-organized rally on Brown’s Island today following a national school walk-out com
VCU Ram Nation

VCU assistant Jeremy Ballard takes head coach job at FIU

Florida International has hired VCU assistant Jeremy Ballard as its next head coach, according to Jon Rothstein. Florida Internat
RVA Magazine

Ganjapreneurs: The Weed Game Between Washington DC and Virginia

It’s crazy to think that just 200 yards can be the difference between getting locked up and being fined for […]
RVA Hub Downtown

RVA Fashion Week celebrates 10 years with full lineup of events beginning Monday

RVA Fashion Week, an entire week devoted to the fashion and culture of the Richmond area, is celebrating its tenth year with a wee
RVA Magazine

Despite High Costs & Unequal Enforcement, Decriminalization Remains Out Of Reach In VA

While most of Virginia may be enjoying some good, old-fashioned reefer madness today, at least 22,000 people will be left […
Church Hill People's News

Having some fun at Luminary with Lacroix- check out the photos!

This is a fun story from Carly Moenich at Luminary! Originally from Richmond, VA, Carly Moenich moved with her husband to Detroit
RVA Magazine

The State Of Medicinal Marijuana In Virginia

Ever since Gov. Ralph Northam signed HB 1251 in February, there has been a lot of contained excitement and talk […]
VCU Ram Nation

Video: Issac Vann highlights 2017 – 2018

After his first season as a ram, we know one thing, we want more Issac Vann. After transferring from Maine after a great freshman
Gay RVA

On Their Debut Album, HIRS Unleashes The Kind Of Queer Rage We Need Right Now

A few years ago, there was a huge kerfuffle over the band GLOSS (Girls Living Outside Society’s Shit), who drew attention fo
Gay RVA

“Queers Will Burn And So Will You”: High School Teacher Quits After Months Of Anti-Gay Threats

A Kansas high school teacher is calling it quits. Michael Hill says for months he’s been the target of harassing and threate
Richmond Outside

Hatchwatch 2018 Begins Today!

New born chicks from last year’s nest waiting for a meal. The hatching of osprey eggs happens like clockwork: Once an egg is
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

Replace your outdoor gear with new used outdoor gear at JROC Gear Swap

A great opportunity to swap out gear not being used. This is part of Saturday’s Earth Day Festival in Manchester and organiz
Church Hill People's News

Traffic alert TODAY for National School Walkout – Plan Accordingly!

Thousands of people are expected to march in downtown Richmond this Friday as part of a nationwide event to rally against school g
Church Hill People's News

Stone’s Throw Down tonight!

From the Stone Brewing Crew: We’re kicking off this year’s Stone’s Throw Down In RVA with a ticket release celebration and b
RVA Magazine

My Aunt’s World Renowned Pot Brownie Recipe

When it comes to enjoying cannabis, nothing is more iconic, more universal, than the weed brownie. The only thing I […]


Oregon Hill

The Sunday Highlights of Hollywood Cemetery

The Sunday Highlights of Hollywood Cemetery is a fascinating once-a-month walking tour that explores the cemetery’s history
VCU Ram Nation

Photos: Justin Tillman through the years

Justin Tillman finished his senior season at VCU averaging a double-double in conference play (19.7 ppg, 10.8 rpg), the most doub
RVA Magazine

It Seems The Rent Is Too Damn High For Some In Carytown

For only $1,319 you too can live in a 445 square-foot apartment and “experience old Richmond charm in the heart […]
Oregon Hill

Recent Crimes

From CommunityCrimeMap.com: MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 3XX S LAUREL ST Apr 17, 2018 at 11:00 pm Data provided by Richmond Police Departme
Gay RVA

“Queer Voices” Brings Needed LGBTQ Representation To the Literary World at Babes Friday

This Friday, the second annual RVA Lit Crawl will kick off in Carytown. RVA Lit Crawl is a two-day reading series that features ov
RVA Magazine

The Enchantingly Dark ‘Into the Woods’ Musical Comes to Life at TheatreVCU

The darker side of children’s fairy tales come to life in a VCU Theater department production of Stephen Sondheim’s Into [R
Richmond Outside

How to Become the Banksy of the James River

In Richmond, it’s almost impossible to go more than a block or two before coming across a work of art. Murals covering buildings
RVA Magazine

Let’s Talk Shrooms: Richmond Moon Market to Host Mushroom Mania Event Friday

If you’re like me, you’re tired of 4/20. Tired of the excessive marketing, the yearly Harold & Kumar marathons, the [̷
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

RVA Earth Day Festival in Manchester this Saturday

Come out and help FEED RVA celebrate our community and Mother Earth in Manchester for RVA Earth Day Festival 2018. The festival ta
Gay RVA

VAVP Brings NERVE: Stories of Queer Resilience To RTP For One Showing This Sunday

On Sunday, April 22, the Virginia Anti-Violence Project will renew their collaboration with TheatreLAB and Richmond Triangle Playe
RVA Hub Hills & Heights

Washington Post crosses the river and has something nice to say

I’m usually hesitant to post lists or guides of the Richmond area. The reason is two-fold. First off it seems like they alwa
RVA Hub West End

Police searching for suspect accused of vandalizing Westhampton bank ATM

On March 10th, an unknown male approached an ATM at First Bank located at 5601 Patterson Avenue and marked the device with an “X
RVA Hub Downtown

Crews to begin removing orange barrels, test new buses along GRTC Pulse corridor

At long last, those infamous orange barrels along Broad Street between Thompson Street and Rocketts Landing that have been in pla
RVA Hub Downtown

National School Walk Out Day this Friday

This Friday, April 20th, marks the 19th anniversary of the mass shooting at Columbine High School. Until about a month ago it was
RVA Magazine

RVA Mag Exclusive: The Tim Kaine Interview

You’re from Virginia. You live in Richmond. You care about politics. If you can check off all these boxes, there […]
RVA Hub West End

Billy Bread founder opening pizza shop at Patterson & Three Chopt

Billy Fallen is taking his dough-making skills and heading west to open Billy Pie in a location that may be best known to long-tim
Church Hill People's News

School Bus Stop signs also known as Stop Arm

We received the following story from a neighbor. Though our neighbor’s story should serve as a cautionary tale for fraud, th
Church Hill People's News

New Record Store in Shockoe Bottom: Grand Opening Party!

A new store is opening up in Shockoe Bottom “Small Friend Records and Books“! When: Saturday April 21st from 11 AM to
Church Hill People's News

Meet the Sisters from the 17th St Farmer’s Market

It’s coming ya’ll. Let’s start meeting some of the future vendors at the 17th Street Farmer’s Market! Kno


RVA Magazine

After Rally, House OKs Budget Expanding Medicaid

RICHMOND – The House of Delegates passed a state budget that expands Medicaid in Virginia after advocates for the measure [̷
Gay RVA

Controversy Erupts After William & Mary’s Pride & Drag Ball

The LGBTQ community is going through some changes. As we’ve seen in the past few weeks, the arrival of a new generation with
RVA Hub Downtown

Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU opening its doors with a block party

As you know from our preview the Institue for Contemporary Art at VCU is getting ready to open this weekend. You can’t have
Oregon Hill

“Little Soldier Saturday” At The Va. War Memorial

The Virginia War Memorial is holding an event Saturday called “Little Soldier Saturday”. It is aimed at children aged