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Registration opens for 15th Annual Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

Registration opens for Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour

Local residents are encouraged to sign up for the 15th Annual Bringing Back the Natives Garden Tour, which features 35 gardens in Alameda and Contra Costa counties, including six in Richmond. The award-winning tour takes...
Life size whale artwork makes big splash at Richmond Art Center

Life size whale artwork makes big splash at Richmond Art Center

By Kathy Chouteau A current work of art is making a big splash at the Richmond Art Center (RAC) and we recommend you RUN to go see it. The piece in question, Jos Sances’ “Or, the...
Author to tell Holocaust survival story of Moo's Ice Cream owner

Author to tell Holocaust survival story of Moo’s Ice Cream owner

Joseph Pell, owner of the former Richmond Moo's Ice Cream who would become a prominent local real estate developer, was a Holocaust survivor with a story equal parts harrowing and inspiring. As a teenager, Pell,...
WCCUSD Student Art Show wows at Richmond Art Center

WCCUSD Student Art Show wows at Richmond Art Center

By Kathy Chouteau It’s been a vibrant partnership for more than five decades and its coloring Richmond’s canvas once again. The West Contra Costa Unified School District’s “54th Annual West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD)...

Interactive dining: Anaviv’s Table to host ‘Italian sensory experience’

Anaviv's Table, the unique new fine-dining, farm-to-table restaurant in Richmond where guests get an inside look into what happens in the kitchen, is set to host an Italian sensory experience of food and drink...
New music surfaces from the late Johnny Ca$h, thanks to his mom

New music surfaces from the late Johnny Ca$h, thanks to his mom

By Rafael Lima For years, a mourning Troy Castaneda said she wouldn't go near her son's music. But she couldn't ignore his legacy. "I woke up one day and I decided to just bring him back,"...
Heritage Park at Hilltop to host annual Community Yard Sale

Heritage Park at Hilltop to host annual Community Yard Sale

Heritage Park at Hilltop is inviting locals to its Community Yard Sale on Saturday, April 6. The senior housing complex at 3801 Lakeside Drive will run from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the community...
Planning Commission unanimously approves Armistice expansion

Planning Commission unanimously approves Armistice expansion

Armistice Brewing Company's proposed expansion of its Richmond brewery, taproom and beer garden was unanimously approved Thursday by the Richmond Planning Commission. The popular brewery, owned and operated by siblings Alex and Gregory Zobel, is...

Richmond resident creates peace through transformative art

By Kathy Chouteau Like many creative firebrands before him, Ross Holzman found his inspiration in India. The East Richmond Heights resident, artist and founder/executive director of the San Francisco-based nonprofit Create Peace Project -- responsible for...
Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand its taproom and outdoor beer garden in Richmond’s Marina Bay neighborhood. Currently, the popular micro-brewery, owned and operated by siblings Alex and Gregory Zobel, features on-site tastings and sales,...

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Richmond chamber mixer to benefit Bay Area Girls Club

Richmond chamber mixer to benefit Bay Area Girls Club

The Richmond Chamber of Commerce is holding a mixer on Tuesday, Nov. 30, that will benefit the Bay Area Girls Club, the nonprofit serving...
Driver killed in I-580 crash in Richmond ID'd

San Pablo man dies in collision on Highway 4

Alejandro Valdez, 41, of San Pablo, died after his Harley Davidson motorcycle collided with a Nissan Altima on Highway 4 west of Martinez Tuesday...
Korematsu Middle School vandalism, theft being investigated as hate crime

Vandalism, theft at El Cerrito middle school being investigated as hate crime

El Cerrito police are seeking the public's help in solving a case involving incidents of vandalism and theft at Korematsu Middle School since Monday,...