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East Richmond Heights shines at Saturday Fest

East Richmond Heights shines at Saturday Fest

By Kathy Chouteau The beauty of the East Richmond Heights neighborhood and its people were on full display Saturday when residents and the local Gyuto Foundation Buddhist monastery collaborated to host the “2022 East Richmond...
Richmond Rotary Club puts heart into NIAD art

Richmond Rotary Club puts heart into NIAD art

By Kathy Chouteau As NIAD Art Center artists start creating work for the collaborative “Heart & Soul of Richmond Art” project in the upcoming months, they’ll be using equipment in an accessible workshop funded by...

RCF & partners ‘Uplift’ community with summer celebration

By Kathy Chouteau RCF Connects, formerly known as the Richmond Community Foundation, is joining together with partners to host “Uplift” Sat., Aug. 13 from 1-4 p.m., a free-admission event to “celebrate and connect our vibrant,...

Buddhist blessing, art, music & more set for East Richmond Heights Fest

By Kathy Chouteau It’s not every day that a summertime event kicks off with a blessing from Tibetan monks, but that’s exactly what will happen Sat., Aug. 6, when the “2022 East Richmond Heights Art...

‘Craneway Craft Fair’ heading to Richmond with 200-plus artisans

By Kathy Chouteau Want to get a super early jump on your holiday shopping? The “Craneway Craft Fair” will return to Richmond with its Summer Edition Aug. 13-14 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., a...

SS Red Oak Victory to host ‘End of WWII Pancake Breakfast’

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s favorite WWII Victory ship is set to embark on its next dockside adventure, the “SS Red Oak Victory End of WWII Pancake Breakfast” Sun., Aug. 14 from 9 a.m. to 1...
Artisan Pop-Up set for Saturday in Richmond

Artisan Pop-Up set for Saturday in Richmond

By Kathy Chouteau PaperCut Pottery is readying to host its latest seasonal event, the “Richmond Summer Pop-Up Shop” set for Sat., July 30 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at 1201 Pennsylvania Ave. in Richmond, per...
Black Star owners bringing dining, music to historic Baltic Building

Black Star Pirate BBQ owners find treasure in historic Baltic Building

By Kathy Chouteau The Black Star pirates are coming to The Point, but instead of bringing BBQ, this time they’re bearing treasures of Southern comfort-style cuisine. Chef Tony Carracci and his partner, Miss Suzie, of the...
Richmond Chamber set for first in-person mixer since start of pandemic

The Factory Bar invites community to two-year anniversary celebration

By Kathy Chouteau The Factory Bar is inviting community members to set their smartphones for its second birthday party Sun., Aug. 7 at its home at 2517 San Pablo Ave. in Richmond. “We'll be kicking up...
Richmond businesses present hybrid ‘Rich City Open Mic & Showcase’

Richmond businesses present hybrid ‘Rich City Open Mic & Showcase’

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s East Brother Beer Co. and Rich City Studios are coming together for a hybrid online/in-person event during which “multiple up and coming artists from the Bay Area showcase their talents,” per...

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Eligible people in Contra Costa can now schedule monkeypox vaccination

Eligible people in Contra Costa can now schedule monkeypox vaccine appointment

Eligible people can now schedule monkeypox (MPX) vaccinations by booking an appointment at mpxvaccine.cchealth.org, according to Contra Costa Health Services.  Previously, one had to submit...
Free food program available to enrolled, eligible adults

Center for Elders’ Independence informs public about free food program

By Kathy Chouteau The Center for Elders’ Independence is informing the public that it is participating in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)...
College district waiving parking permit fees for Fall semester

College district waiving fees for parking permits for Fall semester

The Contra Costa Community College District announced today that it is waiving fees to obtain parking permits for students in visitors for the Fall...