Sunday, January 19, 2020

Lifestyle

Halloween parade marches through Point Richmond

Hundreds of costume-clad students came armed with the saying, Trick or Treat, and boy did it ever work to get them candy from a variety of businesses in Point Richmond Historic Square this morning. As...

Baker from Hercules wins Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship

Karl Fong finally gets to talk about who won the Halloween Baking Championship on the Food Network. And yes, it's him! The baker from Hercules, who owns Vallejo-based Cakes by Karl, was declared the winner in...

New art exhibit launches at El Sol Restaurant

A new art exhibition has launched at El Sol Restaurant in Richmond. The exhibition, "Critters!" runs through Jan. 27 at the Linda Lee Drake Gallery at the restaurant at 101 Park Place in Point Richmond. The...

Richmond chef takes fresh approach to farm-to-table

By Kathy Chouteau For Richmond Chef Rebecca Orengo McFarlane, the seeds from which her culinary career blossomed were planted by her parents during her childhood, via the garden they grew next to their family home...

Your guide to Richmond-area Halloween events

Richmond's smallest goblins and superheros will be out in full force in the coming days, in many cases hurling threats of mischief (also known as tricks) on neighbors who don't provide them with treats. Thankfully,...

The Pedaler to hold annual Swap Meet & Huge Bike Sale

The Pedaler Bike Shop in El Sobrante is set to hold its annual "flea market for bikes" and bicycle-related products on Sunday, Oct. 27. The event will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at...

‘Party of year’ to celebrate 75th anniversary of Red Oak Victory launch

Seventy-five years after the Red Oak Victory launched at Kaiser-Richmond Shipyard No. 1, an epic birthday party is set to be held on the ship.   On Saturday, Nov. 9, from 6-10 p.m., the community is...
Youth to showcase efforts to address local health disparities

D.C. dance company to perform in Richmond

They have performed at The White House, The Kennedy Center, The Smithsonian, Tribeca Center/NYC, The Central America Olympics, and many other significant locations. On Feb. 22, 2020, at 7 p.m., the DC Contemporary Dance Theatre,...

2207 numbers among Richmond’s top take-out spots

By Kathy Chouteau A block away from the hustle & bustle of 23rd Street lies Richmond’s hottest new takeout joint, known simply by its ultra-chic, minimalist moniker, “2207.” The Cal-Asian eatery, which opened its doors in...

Aerial acrobatics pinnacle of panoramic pig roast

By Kathy Chouteau The Blue Angels airshow, BBQ eats, bluegrass music, a batting cage and beautiful weather combined to create an all-around memorable day on the bay Sat., Oct. 12, during the Riggers Loft Annual...

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Another opportunity for live comedy is coming to Richmond. Armistice Brewing Company announced today it is planning to host its first "Barrel of Laughs...