Monday, March 25, 2019

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Richmond history trivia night at East Brother to benefit mural restoration

Have you brushed up on your Richmond history? Either way, you'll love Richmond history trivia night, which is set to take place Thursday, March 28, at East Brother Beer Company. The event is a fun...

Authors to discuss unlikely romance at Richmond museum

How likely is it that a Jewish woman who grew up in the Bronx and whose parents were Eastern European immigrants would form a romantic relationship with a man whose father was a high-ranking...
Betty Reid Soskin event tonight in Richmond

Betty Reid Soskin event postponed due to laryngitis

National icon and Richmond resident Betty Reid Soskin was set to take part in a Women's History Month conversation tonight at Bridge Storage and Artspace in Richmond. That event has been postponed, however, because Soskin...
3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

Three new exhibitions are coming to the Richmond Art Center (RAC) this spring starting March 26. They include Here is the Sea, Faces Without Noses and the 54th Annual WCCUSD Student Art Show. Here is the...
The Study a lesson in fine wine, plates and provisions

The Study a lesson in fine wine, plates and provisions

Kathy Chouteau Richmond is HAPPENING. Want proof? Head on over to The Study, a wine bar that recently opened on Marina Way in Richmond, where The Rich Life spotted a full house of happy patrons...
Richmond offering affordable Spring Break camp for K-6

Maya’s Music to hold 30th annual spring festival in Richmond

“Thank you for the music.” That’s an ideal theme for the upcoming 30th Annual Maya’s Music Therapy Fund, an annual spring music festival set to be held on Sunday, March 24, at the Richmond Recreation...
Attorney, author inspiring girls to be lawyers, critical thinkers

Attorney, author inspiring girls to be lawyers-in-training

Brittany Armstrong Whittington isn’t just the author of a book about a girl who wants to be a lawyer. She was that girl. And now the Deputy District Attorney hopes to inspire future generations of...
Catahoula Coffee pop up in Point Richmond this weekend

Catahoula Coffee pop up in Point Richmond this weekend

If you're in Point Richmond this weekend, you'll have access to Catahoula Coffee. Tim "Timber" Manhard, owner of the popular coffee company operating on San Pablo Avenue near Interstate 80, is hosting a pop up...
Arts of Point Richmond unveils new exhibits

Arts of Point Richmond unveils new exhibits

To visit Point Richmond’s historic square is to walk through an art gallery. Not only will you find artwork in artist shops, they are also displayed in cafes, restaurants and even the Post Office. Arts...
NIAD art exhibition evokes Richmond and its environs

NIAD art exhibition evokes Richmond and its environs

By Kathy Chouteau A new collaborative exhibition went up at NIAD Art Center’s gallery this past weekend and it vibrantly evokes the participating artists’ memories of Richmond and its surrounding environs. The Collective Memory: NIAD exhibition...

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Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul is a new, highly anticipated Mexican restaurant in Richmond that celebrated its soft opening last week and is inviting the community to...
58-year-old man dies in El Sobrante house fire

58-year-old man dies in El Sobrante house fire

A 58-year-old man died after being pulled from a burning home in El Sobrante early Sunday. On Monday, the Contra Costa County coroner's office identified...
Paws & Pints gives rescue dogs new leash on life

Paws & Pints gives rescue dogs new leash on life

By Kathy Chouteau It was a grand affair for Yoyo and Mercedes. The two rescue dogs, accompanied by six of their furry counterparts from The Milo...