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Portumex offers whole enchilada on 23rd Street

Portumex offers whole enchilada on 23rd Street

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By Kathy Chouteau When was the last time you dined at Portumex? The Mexican eatery is a longtime favorite of the Richmond community from its perch in the middle of the action at 721 23rd St....
Harper sisters join artistic forces for NIAD exhibition

Harper sisters join artistic forces for NIAD exhibition

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By Kathy Chouteau Sisters Raven and Shana Harper will be joining creative spirits for NIAD Art Center’s Annex Gallery exhibition “Sisters Shall Be: Raven and Shana Harper” during March through April in Richmond. The exhibition, which...

The Factory Bar joins neighbors for ‘Makers Faire’ in early spring

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By Kathy Chouteau The Factory Bar is partnering with its neighbors for an early spring “Neighborhood Makers Faire” Sunday, March 24 from 2-7 p.m. at the convergence at San Pablo and Clinton avenues. The Richmond bar...
Seaport Art Studios becomes octopus’ garden with new mural

Seaport Art Studios to become octopus’ garden with new mural

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By Kathy Chouteau Seaport Art Studios, home to multiple artist studios in the outer reaches of western Richmond, will kick off a mural project on March 12, courtesy of artist Bunnie Reiss. Reiss’ mural, yet untitled,...
La Flor de Jalisco's food blossoms at 23rd and Clinton

La Flor de Jalisco’s food blossoms at 23rd and Clinton

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By Kathy Chouteau When was the last time you went to La Flor de Jalisco food truck? The Standard recently stopped by the popular food truck parked on the corner of 23rd Street & Clinton Ave....
For participating musicians, BART requires that they not affix any signs on the walls, do not use amplified music, and only perform in non-paid areas of the stations. Bach in the Subways requires that participating musicians not solicit tips or accept any money as it is meant to be a shared gift of musical joy.

BART invites local musicians to join ‘Bach in the Subways’

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BART is inviting local musicians to participate in Bach in the Subways, a worldwide celebration of Johann Sebastian Bach and his music, from March 21-31. Musicians wishing to perform at stations should register here, apply...
Mexican restaurant part of mixed-use development on 23rd St.

Mexican restaurant part of mixed-use development on 23rd St.

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A three-story, mixed use development being constructed at 761 23rd St. (between Garvin and Burbeck avenues) in Richmond will feature three dwelling units on the upper two floors, and a Mexican restaurant on the...
Phila Burger continues to draw crowds as it plans a few upgrades

Phila Burger continues to draw crowds as it plans a few upgrades

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By Kathy Chouteau When was the last time you ate at Phila Burger Station? The iconic eatery has been serving up hoagies, sandwiches, burgers, cheesesteaks and more since 1994. It was bustling during the Standard’s recent...
Annual tournament to celebrate game of chess in Richmond

Annual tournament to celebrate game of chess in Richmond

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All chess enthusiasts are invited to participate in the 11th Annual Williams-Easterling Community Chess Tournament in Richmond on March 16. The free tournament celebrating the great game of chess in the city will take place...
Children of Black Panthers weigh-in during Richmond panel discussion

Richmond Art Center unveils new spring semester art classes

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By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Art Center’s (RAC) spring art class registration opened last week with a new lineup of selections occurring during March through May. An expansive roster of new spring semester classes for adults...

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No trimming here: Richmond tree is naturally heart-shaped

No trimming here: Richmond tree is naturally heart-shaped

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It's true love. In August last year, a reader sent us a photo of this tree that is shaped like a heart on McBryde Avenue...
RPD conducts another parking enforcement operation, tows 69 cars

RPD conducts another parking enforcement operation, tows 69 cars

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Ceramicist’s vending machine brings micropottery to the masses

Ceramicist’s vending machine brings micropottery to the masses

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By Kathy Chouteau A Richmond ceramicist created a new way to bring her art to the masses. Samantha Marie of PaperCut Pottery is providing “micropottery” from...