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Authors to discuss unlikely romance at Richmond museum

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How likely is it that a Jewish woman who grew up in the Bronx and whose parents were Eastern European immigrants would form a romantic relationship with a man whose father was a high-ranking...
Betty Reid Soskin event tonight in Richmond

Betty Reid Soskin event postponed due to laryngitis

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National icon and Richmond resident Betty Reid Soskin was set to take part in a Women's History Month conversation tonight at Bridge Storage and Artspace in Richmond. That event has been postponed, however, because Soskin...
Richmond McDonald's facelift nears completion

Richmond McDonald’s renovation nearly done

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The façade renovation of one of Richmond’s most visible restaurants – yes, the Mcdonald’s at 23rd Street and Macdonald Avenue – is set to be completed tomorrow, the construction crew told the Standard this...

Please feed the animals: El Sobrante Feed a West County staple

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By Mike Kinney No matter the animal, Amy Loyd’s store probably has something yummy on the menu for them. The owner of El Sobrante Feed & Pet Supply at 501 Appian Way provides a rare...
3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

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Three new exhibitions are coming to the Richmond Art Center (RAC) this spring starting March 26. They include Here is the Sea, Faces Without Noses and the 54th Annual WCCUSD Student Art Show. Here is the...
The Study a lesson in fine wine, plates and provisions

The Study a lesson in fine wine, plates and provisions

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Kathy Chouteau Richmond is HAPPENING. Want proof? Head on over to The Study, a wine bar that recently opened on Marina Way in Richmond, where The Rich Life spotted a full house of happy patrons...
Richmond Virtual Rec Center helps alleviate shelter-at-home doldrums

Maya’s Music to hold 30th annual spring festival in Richmond

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“Thank you for the music.” That’s an ideal theme for the upcoming 30th Annual Maya’s Music Therapy Fund, an annual spring music festival set to be held on Sunday, March 24, at the Richmond Recreation...
Planning a date night? Head to Pikanhas in the Point

Planning a date night? Head to Pikanhas in the Point

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By Kathy Chouteau If you’re looking to have a unique date night—one that transports your taste buds to an exotic locale—head to Pikanhas Brazilian Steakhouse in Point Richmond. This Rich Life reporter visited the restaurant on...

East Brother Beer nets 6 nominations for ‘Best of Oakland & the East Bay’

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East Brother Beer Co.'s brews have found themselves in illustrious company. East Brother Beer's Red IPA and Gold IPA appear alongside Drake's IPA and Denogginizer and Calicraft's Oaktown Brown in the final round of the...
New pizza eatery augments El Sobrante's diversity

New pizza eatery augments El Sobrante’s diversity

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During frequent drives to the Sikh temple in El Sobrante over the last 18 years, Navneet Sandhu said he marveled at the local community’s diversity. “Every time you drive through you see all types of...

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Richmond to plant 500 pollution-shielding trees along parkway

Richmond to plant 500 pollution-shielding trees along parkway

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By Kathy Chouteau Richmond is about to get a lot greener thanks to $1 million in funding from the California Natural Resources Agency supporting the...
San Pablo appoints Capt. Brian Bubar as next police chief

San Pablo appoints city’s first Asian-American police chief

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Capt. Brian Bubar, a 21-year veteran of the San Pablo Police Deparment, will become the city's first Asian-American police chief since the city's incorporation...
Sailing Goat to celebrate one year at Point San Pablo Harbor

Sailing Goat to celebrate one year at Point San Pablo Harbor

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By Kathy Chouteau Sailing Goat, an outdoor eatery featuring wood fired pizzas and coastal cuisine at Point San Pablo Harbor, is celebrating its “One Year...