Monday, May 25, 2020

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Video: Sneak peek of ‘Po’ Boys Kitchen’

Check out the trailer for the play, "Po'Boys Kitchen," which was directed by Donte Clark of RAW Talent and produced by Gemika Henderson and Chito Floriano from the RYSE Center in Richmond. The play centers...

Hike and a burger: Couple’s travel series starts here

A Point Richmond couple has begun a series of 5-minute videos that takes viewers for a hike and cheeseburger in the Bay Area. Check out their first video in Pt. Richmond, where the couple went...

Video: Is it a handbag, dessert, or both?

Have you ever seen a Louis Vuitton handbang this sweet? Among Richmond's talented and creative merchants is the venerable baker Rosa Robinson. Robinson, owner of Sweet Dreams bakery, posted a YouTube video Sunday of what appears...
The Richmond Public Library is launching a new and exciting product called Knowledge City!

Score free or discounted tickets to local museums

Richmond residents are encouraged to use the public library's new online Discover & Go service, which allows library patrons to get free or discounted passes to a long list of museums and other cultural...

Richmond Chinese New Year event this weekend

Richmond's Chinese New Year celebrations include food and entertainment on Saturday at Richmond Memorial Auditorium. The event runs rom 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., with tickets going for $20 per person for inner circle seating...
The musical Johnny Guitar is coming to Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond starting March 28.

Tragedy dissected at Masquers Playhouse

A play that only members of the vehemently anti-gay Westboro Baptist Church could object to is coming to Masquers Playhouse in Port Richmond late next month. The Laramie Project, which is slated for five Saturday...

Sante Fe neighborhood’s ‘thriving’ art community

The East Bay Express offers a good read today about the "thriving artists' community" that has emerged in Richmond's Sante Fe neighborhood. That burgeoning community reportedly arrived after Jim and Jeff Wright converted some storage...

Free Richmond screening for documentary premiere

The premiere of a documentary examining teen pregnancy among African Americans will take place in Richmond city council chambers on Feb. 13 and will be free for the public, according to the Richmond Public...

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By Kathy Chouteau Amid a $27 million budget deficit that’s been compounded by the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Richmond is assessing possible budget balancing...
West County businesses aim to get word out about curbside service

West County businesses aim to get word out about curbside service

By Mike Kinney Yao Saechao, store manager at Richmond Blueprint & Lithograph, sported a large smile while pointing at the "Open" sign in front of...
Over 30 cited in operation targeting speeders, distracted drivers in Richmond

Over 30 cited in operation targeting speeders, distracted drivers in Richmond

By Mike Kinney Over 30 citations were issued Thursday in an operation targeting speeders and distracted drivers on Richmond Parkway and San Pablo Avenue, police...