Monday, April 22, 2019

Lifestyle

Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul: a new Richmond spot to see and be seen

Agave Azul is a new, highly anticipated Mexican restaurant in Richmond that celebrated its soft opening last week and is inviting the community to its grand opening and ribbon cutting event on Thursday. The grand...
Planning Commission unanimously approves Armistice expansion

Planning Commission unanimously approves Armistice expansion

Armistice Brewing Company's proposed expansion of its Richmond brewery, taproom and beer garden was unanimously approved Thursday by the Richmond Planning Commission. The popular brewery, owned and operated by siblings Alex and Gregory Zobel, is...

Richmond resident creates peace through transformative art

By Kathy Chouteau Like many creative firebrands before him, Ross Holzman found his inspiration in India. The East Richmond Heights resident, artist and founder/executive director of the San Francisco-based nonprofit Create Peace Project -- responsible for...
Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand taproom, beer garden

Armistice Brewing Company plans to expand its taproom and outdoor beer garden in Richmond’s Marina Bay neighborhood. Currently, the popular micro-brewery, owned and operated by siblings Alex and Gregory Zobel, features on-site tastings and sales,...

Richmond history trivia night at East Brother to benefit mural restoration

Have you brushed up on your Richmond history? Either way, you'll love Richmond history trivia night, which is set to take place Thursday, March 28, at East Brother Beer Company. The event is a fun...
Caspers’ dogs still delight after seven decades

Caspers’ dogs still delight after seven decades

By Kathy Chouteau The first thing to know if you’re heading to Caspers Famous Hot Dogs on Macdonald Ave. in Richmond is the right lingo when ordering: it’s “dogs” not “hot dogs.” On a recent Saturday...

Authors to discuss unlikely romance at Richmond museum

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

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

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

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...

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County hiring teaching staff for Head Start Program

County hiring teaching staff for Head Start Program

Interested in a career in early education? The Community Services Bureau (CSB) of Contra Costa County Employment and Human Services Department invites you to apply...
Point Richmond Social Club has opened at 401 S. Garrard Blvd.

Point Richmond Social Club opens

The wait is over. You can now access a fresh cup of Catahoula Coffee daily in Point Richmond -- and also delicious beer and locally-sourced...

The Richmond history of the actor who lit up Lady Liberty

In 1886, a colorful man with a colorful past that included managing the Richmond Opera House used his fortune to light the Statue of...