Wednesday, December 2, 2020

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Red Oak Victory to reopen Independence Day

COVID-19 case spike forces Red Oak Victory to nix reopening again

The Red Oak Victory's plan to reopen Saturday has been cancelled after the state moved Contra Costa County back into the "purple" tier for new COVID-19 cases. The purple tier requires a number of new...
Richmond's Quiche & Carry rolls out holiday pies

Richmond’s Quiche & Carry rolls out holiday pies

Accessing delicious pies in Richmond this holiday season is hardly a pie-in-the-sky concept. Just ask Deborah Moss, owner of Quiche & Carry Catering, who's letting the public know she's offering up delicious artisan pies. The...
Richmond's Snapper Seafood to launch food truck in 2020

Richmond: Snapper’s Seafood to launch food truck in early 2021

By Mike Kinney Snapper's Seafood Restaurant in Richmond plans to launch a food truck in February 2021 in order to "spread our passion for Louisiana-style seafood and chicken to a greater area," owner Jabari Muhammed...
East Brother Beer expands distribution to Keystone State

East Brother Beer expands distribution to Keystone State

By Kathy Chouteau  The people of Pennsylvania have spoken and it’s clear they want more beer. Responding to a widespread call from Pennsylvanians about the availability of its craft beer, Richmond’s East Brother Beer Company...

Popular Point Richmond art exhibition receives outdoor encore

By Kathy Chouteau Due to popular demand, Arts of Point Richmond has unveiled an encore to its “Taking It Outdoors Preview,” an open-air art exhibition first introduced in the hamlet’s charming downtown this past summer. An...
Richmond's East Brother unveils new beers, gears up for 3rd anniversary

$5 pints for vets, military members at East Brother Beer on Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day on Wednesday, East Brother Beer Co. in Richmond is offering $5 pints to all active and retired military members. East Brother Beer's taproom is located at 1001 Canal Blvd. The...
Bridge’s Foodhall Fridays offer up freshly prepped food, live music & more

Bridge’s Foodhall Fridays offer up freshly prepped food, live music

By Kathy Chouteau Locals looking to get their weekend started off right might consider stopping by Bridge Storage and ArtSpace on Fridays, when the creative compound hosts its “Foodhall Fridays.” The food-centric offering, which runs every...
Candy-drive thru serves hundreds of costumed kids in Richmond

Candy-drive thru serves hundreds of costumed kids in Richmond

By Mike Kinney Like a good costume, holding a Halloween event amid a COVID-19 pandemic requires creativity. There was no shortage of that during Saturday's Candy Drive-Thru Giveaway event at Nicholl Park in Richmond. Held by...
Truck or Treat Halloween held for children experiencing homelessness

Trunk or Treat Halloween held for children experiencing homelessness

By Mike Kinney Children experiencing homelessness in Richmond enjoyed plenty of tricks and treats at a Halloween Trunk or Treat event held by the Greater Richmond Interfaith Program (GRIP) on Friday. GRIP parked spooky, "tricked"-out vehicles...
Free Halloween candy and pumpkin pick-up events set in Richmond

Free Halloween candy and pumpkin pick-up events set in Richmond

The West Contra Costa Youth Service Bureau will host a ' Grab & Go Pumpkin Festival' on Friday, Oct. 30 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Youth Bureau Services is located at 84 Broadway...

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CIF postpones high school sports

CIF further delays high school sports amid COVID-19 case surge

The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) announced Tuesday that all full practice and competition start dates are officially on hold due to the surge in...
In-progress burglary in Richmond involves masked bandits -- the four-legged kind

Richmond burglary call involves masked bandits — the four-legged kind

Richmond police officers responding to an in-progress burglary call early Tuesday encountered about a dozen raccoons engaged in a physical altercation, police said. At about...
the first district hospital in California and the prototype from which 65 others would follow. The pioneering hospital, which first opened its doors in the fall of 1950, is now celebrating its 70th anniversary.

Chevron Refinery donates $50K to Richmond COVID-19 relief fund

A community-based initiative providing emergency financial assistance to Richmond community members and organizations impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic received a $50,000 boost from the...