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Richmond: Commissary kitchen set to open for local foodpreneurs

Bridge Kitchen hosts ‘Demo Wednesday’ and other foodie fun

By Kathy Chouteau Bridge Storage and ArtSpace’s kitchen has lots of foodie fun in store this week for those safely venturing outside of their front doors. It all starts with “Demo Wednesday” Wednesday, June 17 from...
WCCUSD continues free curbside meal service for kids this summer

WCCUSD continues free curbside meal service for kids this summer

By Kathy Chouteau The West Contra Costa Unified School District (WCCUSD) is continuing to serve free breakfast, lunch and dinner meals to-go for kids 18 years and younger at numerous locations throughout the summer. The district’s...
Arlington Market marks 65th anniversary

Arlington Market marks 65th anniversary

By Kathy Chouteau The Arlington Market, a neighborhood mainstay in East Richmond Heights, will celebrate its 65th anniversary on Sunday, June 28. Owners of the market, located at 6462 Arlington Blvd. in Richmond, are still finalizing...
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...
Palm Halah Food Market a one-stop shop for Middle Eastern goods

Palm Halah Food Market a one-stop shop for Middle Eastern goods

By Mike Kinney Richmond's weather and its people convinced Sam Ali to remain in the community for 20 years to operate his business and raise his kids. At Palm Halah Food Market, which opened at...
Kaleidoscope New Hours Credit Kaleidoscope Coffee

Kaleidoscope Coffee significantly increases walk-up service hours

By Kathy Chouteau Good news for Richmond coffee enthusiasts. Kaleidoscope Coffee, located at 109 Park Place in Point Richmond, is vastly increasing its hours after being primarily closed for the past few weeks, per owner...
El Cerrito restaurant owners make video plea after 90 percent drop in sales

El Cerrito restaurant owners make video plea amid COVID-19 lockdown

The family that owns a Thai restaurant in El Cerrito recently made a heartbreaking plea on YouTube to the community amid the COVID-19 pandemic. In the video, Ann and Paul Chan, who own Larb Thai...
El Sobrante pizzeria extends tasty offer to frontline workers

El Sobrante pizzeria extends tasty offer to frontline workers

By Kathy Chouteau Chicago’s Pizza with a Twist has a tasty offer for workers serving on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic. The family-run, El Sobrante-based pizzeria is offering healthcare workers, police officers, firefighters and...
Bridge Commissary Kitchen extends free meal pickups through May

Bridge Commissary Kitchen extends free meal pickups through May

By Kathy Chouteau Bridge Commissary Kitchen at Bridge Storage and ArtSpace is extending its “Chef Popup & Pickup,” offering of free gourmet lunches throughout May. Each Wednesday in May (May 6, 13, 20 and 27) between...
Volunteers needed for grocery giveaway at CoBiz Richmond

Volunteers needed for grocery giveaway at CoBiz Richmond

By Mike Kinney CoBiz Richmond is teaming up with the Brothers of International Faith Inc. to host a grocery giveaway for the community on Wednesday, April 29. Anyone in need can pick up a bag of...

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Leadership Associates hired to find next WCCUSD superintendent

Leadership Associates hired to find next WCCUSD superintendent

Leadership Associates, a Southern California organization that helps school boards select superintendents and executive leaders, is being tapped to assist in the search for...
Bay Area Rescue Mission gives ‘boxes of hope’ to people in need

Bay Area Rescue Mission gives ‘boxes of hope’ to people in need

By Kathy Chouteau They’re called “boxes of hope,” and by the looks on the faces of the people receiving them, they deliver precisely what they...
Plans for former San Pablo City Hall draw concern from museum officials

Museum officials concerned about planned sale of former San Pablo City Hall property

By Mike Kinney Future development plans for the 4.64-acre former San Pablo City Hall property at San Pablo Avenue and Church Lane have drawn concern...