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Red Oak Victory to screen horror classic ahead of Halloween

Red Oak Victory to screen horror classic ahead of Halloween

Just in time for Halloween, The Wolfman is set to be screened aboard the SS Red Oak Victory in Richmond on Thursday, Oct. 28. Admission is free to see the 1941 horror classic starring Lon...
Artisan Kitchen and Café unveils new Wine Garden Friday

Artisan Kitchen and Café unveils new Wine Garden Friday

By Kathy Chouteau Richmond has a new spot where people can relax and sip a locally-sourced glass of wine after a long week at work. The Artisan Kitchen and Café in the city’s Marina Bay neighborhood...
Richmond Promise invites community to spooky virtual wine tasting fundraiser

Richmond Promise invites community to spooky virtual wine tasting fundraiser

A "spooky" virtual wine-tasting fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 29, will support an important effort to create a college-going and college-success culture in Richmond. The Richmond Promise Spooky Sips Virtual Wine Tasting celebration will take place...
Point Richmond exhibit recalls Loma Prieta quake as anniversary approaches

Point Richmond photo exhibit recalls Loma Prieta quake as anniversary approaches

By Kathy Chouteau As the 32nd anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake approaches Oct. 17, a new exhibition by Point Richmond photographer Bob Colin is being unveiled featuring photos of that fateful day. The exhibition, on...
E-40, Mike Norris set to throw first pitch at Soulful Softball Sunday

E-40, Mike Norris set to throw first pitch at Soulful Softball Sunday

By Mike Kinney Soulful Softball Sunday returns to Nicholl Park in Richmond this Sunday, with rap legend E-40, an avid baseball fan, expected to throw out the first pitch along with former Oakland A's pitcher...
Beer Can Monolith creator debuts latest tower at Black Star

Beer Can Monolith creator debuts latest tower at Black Star

By Kathy Chouteau An opportunity is afoot to check out two Richmond phenomenons all at once. The Beer Can Monolith creator (BCM)—the anonymous Richmond artist who’s built numerous local pyramids using beer cans—has just unveiled...
Fleet Week fun to return to Riggers Loft

Fleet Week fun to return to Riggers Loft

By Kathy Chouteau Following a one year pandemic pause, Riggers Loft’s Fleet Week celebration is flying back to Richmond with an air show viewing party Sun., Oct. 10 from 1-4 p.m. The wine company will...

San Pablo Library staff to host lowrider virtual panel discussion

Lowrider culture thrives in Richmond and has become important to the fabric of many other California communities. As part of "Latinx and Spanish Heritage Month," the San Pablo Library staff, Albert Garcia, will host a...
Once-banned statue of Leonard Peltier exhibiting at Richmond Art Center

Once-banned statue of Leonard Peltier exhibiting at Richmond Art Center

By Kathy Chouteau An exhibition of a sculpture that was almost immediately censored during its first showing is now on display at the Richmond Arts Center (RAC). “Time and Again,” on display now through Nov. 18...

Upcycling fest in Albany to feature Richmond’s artistic touch

By Kathy Chouteau An upcycling event happening this weekend in Albany is being powered, in part, by its Richmond organizer and a contingent of Richmond artists involved in it. The brainchild of Annex resident Katie...

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Kennedy High welding teacher wins $50K national teaching prize

Kennedy High welding teacher wins $50K national teaching prize

By Kathy Chouteau Kennedy High School welding teacher Ben Carpenter was honored with a $50,000 national teaching prize Thurs., Oct. 21 during a surprise check...
Flea market in El Sobrante to raise funds for unsheltered West County residents

Flea market in El Sobrante to raise funds for unsheltered residents

Volunteers with Safe Organized Spaces Richmond (SOS! Richmond), a community organization working to address the problems of homelessness in collaboration with public, private and...
Prologis, new owner of Hilltop Mall property, donates backpacks to local kids, offers update on site's future

Prologis, new owner of Hilltop Mall property, donates backpacks to local kids, offers update...

By Kathy Chouteau Prologis, the new owner of the former Hilltop Mall property, recently donated 150 backpacks for Highland Elementary School students and Hilltop Community...