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Health officials assign level of COVID-19 risk to Halloween activities

Public health officials have been advising against traditional trick-or-treating for Halloween this year, as it carries a “high risk for spreading COVID-19.” But not all types of trick-or-treating carry the same level of risk. For...
Red Oak Victory to close for restoration work

Red Oak Victory fundraiser to commemorate ‘Operation Magic Carpet’

By Kathy Chouteau Time to pull out your 1940s civilian or military threads and get ready to party on the Red Oak Victory ship, which is hosting a musical and historical fundraising event Saturday, Oct....
Richmond Art Center fundraising amid COVID-19

Richmond Art Center expands online offerings for fall session

By Kathy Chouteau Amid a pandemic rendering in-person classes unsafe, the Richmond Art Center (RAC) has expanded its online art class lineup to unveil a Fall 2020 session with ample offerings for kids, adults and...
Glass ‘Pumpkin Patch’ to usher in the fall season in Richmond

Glass ‘Pumpkin Patch’ to usher in the fall season in Richmond

By Kathy Chouteau In the first hint that fall is peeking around the corner, Richmond-based Slow Burn Glass shop has announced the dates for its annual Pumpkin Patch sale and Pumpkin Workshops. The fall fun is...
Cigar boxes serve as musical muse for local artist

Cigar boxes serve as musical muse for local artist

By Kathy Chouteau While the pandemic has been unkind to many local businesses, it has inspired the creativity of local artist Steve Zwetsch of Cigar Box Kitchen Guitars. A baker by trade, Zwetsch has been...
Richmond public art to honor Native American shellmound site

Richmond public art to honor Native American shellmound site

By Kathy Chouteau The bulldozers are out and stirring up dirt in the park on the corner of Pierson Avenue and South 27th Street in Richmond, where preparation is underway for a new art installation...

East Brother Beer Co. to open taproom for outdoor dining

East Brother Beer Co. has announced that it plans to open its taproom for outdoor dining starting Friday, Aug. 21. "Due to the limited space we are asking that you reserve a table ahead of...
Sneak peak act The Factory, opening Aug. 7

Sneak peak at The Factory, opening Aug. 7

By Kathy Chouteau The Standard stopped by The Factory on Tuesday for a sneak peek as the staff put the finishing touches on the bar before its official opening Friday, Aug. 7. Co-owner Tom Lyons showed...
Rosie Rally goes virtual, welcomes tribute videos

Rosie Rally goes virtual, welcomes tribute videos

By Kathy Chouteau In a show of the indefatigable “We Can Do It” spirit, Rosie the Riveter Trust and the Rosie the Riveter/WWII Home Front National Historical Park will be taking the annual Rosie Rally...
3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

RAC’s ‘Date Night’ brings couples together for online art fun

By Kathy Chouteau Love in the time of COVID can be challenging, especially when it comes to dating. Thankfully, the Richmond Art Center’s (RAC) latest online event, “Date Night,” is making it a little easier. Set...

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Food bank to host giveaway at Richmond Civic Center

The Food Bank of Contra Costa and Solano is hosting drive-thru food giveaway at Richmond Civic Center Plaza on Monday from 11 a.m. to...
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BART: Track replacement project ongoing near Richmond Station

BART has begun work on replacing nearly 50-year-old trackway components next to Richmond Station, a project that will lead to track closures at the...
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Museum art program takes students on virtual trip around the world

By Kathy Chouteu This December, local students can take a virtual trip around the world to experience how different cultures celebrate the holidays, followed by...