Monday, June 17, 2019

Lifestyle

Hoppy meals await Easter brunchers

By  Kathy Chouteau Salute may be gone, but local Easter brunches still sizzle on. As everyone’s favorite bunny hops ever closer toward Easter on Sun., April 21, we’ve drawn up a handy little list of...
Gyuto Foundation invites community to Annual Spring Festival

Gyuto Foundation invites community to Annual Spring Festival

The Gyuto Foundation is inviting the community to its Annual Spring Festival on April 27. The festival, which will run from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Guyoto Foundation at  6401 Bernhard Ave. in Richmond,...
3rd annual Shields-Reid Community Chess Tournament set for Sept. 8

9th Annual North Richmond Earth Day Festival set for Saturday

The 9th Annual Earthy Day Festival and Community Service Projects is set for this Saturday, April 20, featuring musical performances, activities and also area cleanup projects. The both fun and fulfilling event kicks off from...
Richmond's newest culinary hotspot

Richmond’s newest culinary hotspot

By Kathy Chouteau You’ve got to love a restaurant that not only brings delicious food to the neighborhood, but also helps beautify it. With its vibrant exterior murals and mouth-watering Mexican menu selections, El Agave...

Don’t miss the new art exhibits in Point Richmond

Don't miss two new art exhibitions in Point Richmond, including one at El Sol Restaurant and the other at the U.S. Post Office, according to the Arts of Point Richmond. Through June 24, master printer...

El Palenque on 23rd St. to hold grand opening event April 16

New owners have taken over a highly visible restaurant space on 23rd Street in San Pablo that features an outdoor patio and entertainment. On Feb. 5, Roberto and Veronica Garcia opened El Palenque at 1439...

Richmond-Opoly? Yes, it now exists

Ever wish they made a Monopoly game about Richmond? This dream has come true. Today, we received word from Late For The Sky, which has been making custom-Opoly games in Cincinnati, OH, since 1984, that the company has...
Richmond Museum of Day holding Family Free Day on Saturday, Aug. 18

Calling all photographers – want to make history?

Artists and community members have an opportunity to make Richmond history. The Richmond Museum of History is inviting submissions of original photographs for potential inclusion in an upcoming exhibit. Folks throughout the Bay Area can...

Local artist’s freestyle tribute to Nipsey Hussle

Richmond artist Ricky Antonio unveiled a solid tribute this week to Nipsey Hussle, the Southern California rap star and community advocate whose murder is being mourned nationwide. Antonio paid his respects through a freestyle to...
Richmond's rap scene on the right track

Richmond’s rap scene on the right track

Michael "Doowop" Benjamin Jr. looks back with great fondness upon Richmond’s Southside neighborhood of the mid to late 1990s, recalling a strong sense of community in spite of the drugs and violence. Unlike today,...

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Custom-painted model train cars stolen in Pt. Richmond auto burglary

Custom-painted model train cars stolen in Pt. Richmond auto burglary

Eleven custom-painted model railroad freight cars were among items stolen during an auto burglary in Point Richmond on Saturday. Butch Eyler of Biglerville, PA., was...
Point Richmond kicks off annual summer concert series

Point Richmond kicks off annual summer concert series

By Zach Chouteau When it comes to local warm-weather traditions the whole family can enjoy, the Point Richmond Summer Music Festival—now in its 18th year—is...

Dialing 1 a must for 510 area codes starting June 22

Residents and businesses using the 510 area code must dial 1 before dialing their phone number for all calls starting Saturday, June 22, according...