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Kaleidoscope Coffee set to open renovated backyard next month

Internationally known artist’s exhibit returns to Kaleidoscope Coffee

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Art lovers will have a second opportunity to view an exhibit that was abruptly removed due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions in March of last year. Arts of Point Richmond has announced today that the exhibit...
‘Cruise the Main’ a call for unity, peace in Richmond

‘Cruise the Main’ a call for unity, peace in Richmond

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By Mike Kinney The lowrider community and other truck, car and motorcycle clubs cruised 23rd Street in Richmond on Sunday in order to celebrate family and promote a safer community. Families lined 23rd Street in...
Richmond's East Brother Beer expands into Texas

Richmond’s East Brother Beer expands into Texas

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By Kathy Chouteau Richmond’s East Brother Beer Company has announced that it has expanded its distribution to Texas. The brewery’s lineup of core classics, coupled with its small batch seasonal releases, are now available in restaurants,...
Art in Windows exhibitions featured at two downtown locations

Art in Windows exhibitions featured at two downtown locations

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If you haven't viewed the Art in Windows exhibition in Richmond yet, you're missing out. But you have time. The exhibition featuring eight local artists at two city locations will remain on public display through...
First-ever wine bar coming to The Point?

First-ever wine bar coming to The Point?

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By Kathy Chouteau Point Richmond may be getting its first-ever wine bar. On Thurs., May 6, the City of Richmond’s Planning Commission is set to review an application from Marlina Miller—identified in an Agenda Report...
Antique John Deere engine powers free ‘Ice Cream Social’

Antique John Deere engine powers free ‘Ice Cream Social’

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By Kathy Chouteau How do some free ice cream and a little socialization sound after hibernating for more than a year? Emmett Zediker of Emmett’s Old Fashioned Ice Cream is planning this sweet treat for...
Soulful Softball Sunday invites community to 80s themes roller-skate party

Soulful Softball Sunday invites community to 80s-themed roller-skate party

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By Mike Kinney Soulful Softball Sunday is inviting the community to a 1980s roller-skate party at Lucretia Edwards Park in Marina Bay on Sunday, May 2. The "skating experience" will begin at 3 p.m. and participants...

Richmond History Trivia Event to support local museum

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By Kathy Chouteau In a match made in history heaven, The Factory Bar will host a fundraiser on its outdoor patio for the Richmond Museum of History & Culture and Culture Thurs., May 6 from...
El Sobrante History Center to celebrate grand opening

El Sobrante History Center to celebrate grand opening

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By Kathy Chouteau History will be made when the El Sobrante Historical Society celebrates the grand opening of its History Center Saturday, May 8 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Located behind the El Sobrante...
NPS designates Richmond as among 11 American WWII Heritage Cities

Rosie the Riveter Park reopens with restrictions

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By Kathy Chouteau Rosie the Riveter WWII Home Front National Historical Park announced in a Facebook post April 21 that it has reopened during business hours from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. The park’s...

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Latin American Independence Day Parade to make history on 23rd Street

Latin American Independence Day Parade to make history on 23rd Street

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Richmond and San Pablo will host the area's first-ever Latin American Independence Day Parade on Sept. 14. The parade will celebrate the independence anniversaries of...
Pogo Park hosting ‘Throwback Skate Party’

Pogo Park hosting ‘Throwback Skate Party’

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By Kathy Chouteau Get ready for a 70s-style blast from the past when Pogo Park hosts its “Throwback Skate Party” Friday, May 24 from 4-8...
Are you looking for a meaningful job where you can help serve the local community? The San Pablo EDC is hosting a Virtual Hiring Fair with local nonprofit VistAbility on Wednesday, May 22, from 2-3 p.m. Register ahead of time for this Zoom hiring event by clicking this link and following the registration instructions. VistAbility is a large nonprofit agency that provides services to 1,000 children, teens, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities every day. Based in Martinez, VistAbility offers a wide variety of services in Richmond, Concord, Antioch, and Castro Valley. VistAbility is dedicated to providing direct services and advocacy to assist those they serve in achieving their highest level of personal independence and self-sufficiency VistAbility is currently hiring for numerous positions at all their sites, including: Day Program Instructors After School Program Teachers In-Home Caregivers Employment Advocates Inclusion Advocates Preschool Instructors and Assistants Job Skills Trainers Direct Support Professionals Quality Support Specialists Community Vocational Specialists Representatives from VistAbility will briefly introduce their agency and speak about their open positions, and job seekers will have the opportunity to submit questions via the event’s online chat, which will be given to the agency representatives by EDC Staff.  Hearing directly from employers at hiring events, whether virtual or in-person, is a great way to network with companies that are looking to hire, and to find out more about how to apply and be considered for open positions.  If you or anyone you know is looking for a great community-oriented job – be sure to tune in. Visibility offers competitive pay and great benefits for their full-time positions.

San Pablo EDC hiring fair to feature nonprofit VistAbility

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Are you looking for a meaningful job where you can help serve the local community? The San Pablo EDC is hosting a Virtual Hiring Fair...