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Hot Rod Jukebox to play pop-up gig in Annex Friday

Hot Rod Jukebox to play pop-up gig in Annex Friday

By Kathy Chouteau If there’s one thing you can always count on, even during a pandemic, it’s that the music never stops. The Hot Rod Jukebox band is living proof of this statement, as its music...
Red Oak Victory to reopen Independence Day

Red Oak Victory to reopen Independence Day

By Kathy Chouteau In the most fitting of reopening dates, the SS Red Oak Victory ship will open up to the public on Saturday, July 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to celebrate Independence...

Juneteenth Caravan to roll through Richmond Saturday

By Kathy Chouteau Many Juneteenth observances have ended for this year, but in Richmond, the celebration will go on. With a precautionary eye toward the COVID-19 pandemic, the African American Alliance will host a new take...
Betty Reid Soskin event tonight in Richmond

Betty Reid Soskin documentary to air on NBC Bay Area

By Kathy Chouteau A legendary local independent spirit will be having her say on Independence Day. “No Time to Waste—The Urgent Message of Betty Reid Soskin”—a documentary on the iconic Richmond resident and Rosie the Riveter/WWII...
Richmond Art Center exhibit examines shipping containers as metaphors

Richmond Art Center appoints Jose R. Rivera as new executive director

The Richmond Art Center has appointed Jose R. Rivera as its new executive director. Rivera brings over 25 years of experience with for-profit and non-profit organizations in California, Florida, Puerto Rico and Massachusetts, according to...
Armistice Brewing Co. to reopen Beer Garden this weekend

Armistice Brewing Co. to reopen beer garden

By Kathy Chouteau In a Facebook post aptly titled “It’s happening,” Richmond’s Armistice Brewing Company has announced that it’s welcoming the community back to its Beer Garden this weekend after only offering to-go beer service...
Richmond art hubs offer escape during shelter-at-home period

Richmond Art Center’s ‘Morning Cup’ mixes up coffee & creativity

By Kathy Chouteau Fancy sipping your favorite morning brew while getting creative with the Richmond Art Center (RAC)? This Friday, May 22 from 10-11 a.m., the RAC will kick off its first online event with...
Richmond Grows to host free online class, 'Seed Saving in a Time of Crisis'

Richmond Grows to host free online class, ‘Seed Saving in a Time of Crisis’

The Richmond Grows Seed Lending Library is offering a free, online class on Seed Saving in a Time of Crisis -- a How To Class on Saturday, May 30 from 1-3 p.m. Registration and...
Peace & unity prevail despite canceled Cinco de Mayo parade

Even when canceled, annual Cinco de Mayo parade has impact

When the COVID-19 shelter-in-place period began in March, organizers of the annual Cinco de Mayo Peace & Unity Parade in Richmond and San Pablo faced the difficult decision to cancel it. "It really was a...

Point Richmond post office features fused glass art exhibition

Starting May 5 through June 22, visitors of the Point Richmond post office at 104 Washington Ave. to see a new display of fused glass art by Jan Chleboun. According to the Arts of Point...

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Blue Sky Sports to close after 40 years in Pinole

Blue Sky Sports to close after four decades in Pinole

By Mike Kinney Blue Sky Sports, the legendary local sporting goods store that's been operating in Pinole for four decades, is set to close in...
Census takers set to visit nonresponding households

Census takers set to visit nonresponding households

By Kathy Chouteau Households who haven’t responded to the 2020 Census can expect a knock on their door in the coming weeks. Starting today, census...

Richmond police investigating fatal shooting on Chanslor Avenue

A 50-year-old man was killed and a 46-year-old woman injured in a shooting in Richmond on Sunday, police said. Officers responded to a ShotSputter gun...