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The owner of Oakland's Home of Chicken and Waffles could open a third location in downtown Richmond.

Downtown Richmond might get soul food restaurant

Popular East Bay soul food restaurant Home of Chicken & Waffles might choose downtown Richmond as its third location, according to the Richmond Main Street Initiative (RMSI). RMSI, the nonprofit that is spearheading a City...
Bay Area artist Victor Cartagena's new show at Richmond Art Center is a "Don't miss," according to the San Francisco Chronicle.

‘Don’t miss’ this Richmond Art Center exhibit

A new exhibit at the Richmond Arts Center has made the San Francisco Chronicle's "Don't Miss" list for this weekend. Provocative works from longtime Bay Area artist and Salvadoran-born Victor Cartagena will be on display...
Richmond's Catahoula Coffee to host 6th annual customer appreciation day on Sunday

Richmond coffee shop is region’s best in online poll

Richmond's Catahoula Coffee Company was rated the Bay Area's best coffee shop in an online poll this week. The oft-touted artisan roaster at 12472 San Pablo Ave., which opened in 2008, was one of more...
Richmond's Rubicon Bakery owner was profiled in an article by the Christian Science Monitor.

Christian Science Monitor profiles Richmond bakery owner

Andrew Soloff, owner of Richmond's Rubicon Bakery, was profiled Friday in an article in the Christian Science Monitor. The article credited  Soloff with successfully rescuing the  bakery at 154 S 23rd St., which opened in...
9-year-old Richmond rapper continues to evolve as artist; drops new track

Video! Eight-year-old Richmond rapper has skills

A talented Richmond rapper is making a name for herself at just 8 years old. Mariah Sanaa is featured in a newly published YouTube video impressively rapping over Rich Homie Quan's popular track, "Walk Thru." The...
The musical Johnny Guitar is coming to Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond starting March 28.

‘Hilarious’ Johnny Guitar coming to Point Richmond’s Masquers Playhouse

For a month starting March 28, Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond will stage the campy comedy Johnny Guitar, which was honored in 2004 as the best off-Broadway musical by the Outer Critics Circle. The musical...
The Real Vocal String Quartet will perform at Point Richmond Jazz Friday night.

Fabulous string quartet coming to Point Richmond Jazz

They might be one player short of a basketball team, but members of the Real Vocal String Quartet – who will perform at Point Richmond Jazz Friday night – are all about teamwork. They are...
A Richmond synogogue has a creative way to celebrate Passover year - freeing community members who are "enslaved" by clutter

Richmond synagogue to free ‘clutter-enslaved’ residents

A Richmond synagogue will celebrate Passover this year by "liberating" community members of clutter. Temple Beth Hillel at 801 Park Central St. is holding an "Interactive Decluttering Workshop" on Sunday,  March 23, led by two...

Pt. Richmond couple release 2nd hike-and-burger video

A Point Richmond couple has released their second installation in a video series that takes viewers for a quick hike and cheeseburger in the Bay Area. In their first video, actor Patrick Jones and kindergarten teacher...

Jazz show in Richmond all about art

Attendees of an afternoon concert at the Richmond Art Center on Saturday will be holding up pencils and paintbrushes rather than lighters. Between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., the center will invite a jazz band...

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Community meeting to discuss ideas to improve Stege Elementary

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Apply now for Chevron’s Somos Employee Network college scholarship

For an 11th consecutive year, the Somos Employee Network at Chevron Richmond is offering $1,000 scholarships to qualifying high school seniors.