Thursday, October 17, 2019

Lifestyle

2 stages to bring spirit and soul to downtown Richmond

Two entertainment stages will inject a healthy dose of spirit and soul along Macdonald Avenue in downtown Richmond on Saturday, Sept. 21. The 11th Annual Spirit & Soul Festival is set to enliven downtown with...
Red Oak Victory to close for restoration work

SS Red Oak Victory’s next dinner-concert set for this Saturday

If simply touring a restored World War II Victory ship wasn’t interesting enough, how about bringing on board a live concert and chef-prepared food?  The SS Red Oak Victory, Richmond’s foating museum, often hosts live...

Explosion of new art throughout Richmond

Art lovers can feast on new art on display throughout Richmond.   Today and Saturday, new artwork will either be celebrated with opening receptions or will begin appearing at the NIAD Art Center, Kaleidoscope Coffee in...
Betty Reid Soskin event tonight in Richmond

Documentary about Betty Reid Soskin to premiere this month

No Time to Waste, a documentary centered on Richmond's own living legend, Betty Reid Soskin, is set for its highly anticipated release later this month, according to Rosie the Riveter Trust. The 50-minute documentary film...
Northland Sea Scouts to hold open house

All-you-can-eat fundraiser feast to benefit Northland Nautical Foundation

The public is invited to enjoy a $25 all-you-can-eat, three-course meal at the Point San Pablo Yacht Club, 700 West Cutting Blvd., on Saturday, Sept. 14, while contributing to a great cause. The Northland Nautical...
Dining at Subway in September will benefit your local food bank

Dining at Subway in September will benefit your local food bank

Want to help feed the hungry in your community? Here's an easy way: Dine at a Subway restaurant next month. During the month of September, for every two meals purchased at Subway restaurants, Subway will...

Art project lights up Richmond Civic Center

Richmond citizens have spoken, loudly and clearly. “Inside Out,” a public art project spearheaded by Bay Area artist Christy Chan, went live on Tuesday on the tower at Richmond Civic Center, which is the tallest...

Richmond artist’s portraits challenge perceptions

By Mike Kinney Longtime Richmond resident and artist Rebeca Garcia-Gonzalez can paint stunning portraits in just four hours -- or less. It's a talent that is in part a courtesy to her subjects, but also a...
East Brother Beer Co. Summer Classic packs the pub

East Brother Beer’s annual Summer Classic Car Show set for Sunday

Delicious beers and sweet cars. The pairing deserves an annual celebration, and that's why we're thankful for East Brother Beer Co. in Richmond. The fun brewery at 1001 Canal Blvd. is hosting its 3rd Annual...
Popular Richmond eatery aims to serve alcohol, open Saturday evenings

Popular Richmond eatery aims to serve alcohol, open Saturday evenings

A popular eatery in Richmond's Marina Bay neighborhood is applying with the city to obtain a license to sell beer and wine to customers, and to also open Saturday evenings. The Artisan Kitchen & Café...

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