Friday, July 10, 2020

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Beer garden coming soon to former Sky Lounge site in El Cerrito

Beer garden to open soon at former Sky Lounge site in El Cerrito

The Contra Costa Times broke interesting news this week about a beer garden that is scheduled to open this fall along San Pablo Avenue in El Cerrito. The beer garden will be located behind the...
Proposal for nightclub at Pacific East Mall gets unanimous approval

Proposal for nightclub at Pacific East Mall gets unanimous approval

After promising a nightclub rivaling those in San Francisco, the owners of a forthcoming Peruvian restaurant and dance club at Pacific East Mall have received unanimous approval by the Richmond Planning Commission. On Sept. 17,...
Marijuana for pets: Richmond's Milo Foundation featured in national article

Milo Foundation welcomes community to its 21st anniversary party at Assemble restaurant

This sounds like an epic party for anyone, let alone dog owners. The Milo Foundation, the nonprofit operating a 5,000-square-foot animal adoption center in Point Richmond and 283 acre animal sanctuary in Mendocino, is inviting...
NIAD Art Center to host live music Saturday afternoons during the fall

NIAD Art Center to host live music Saturday afternoons during the fall

After proclaiming that "nothing goes better with art than music," the NIAD Art Center in Richmond announced Thursday it will host live music events for art aficionados on Saturday afternoons this fall. The first of...
Reminder! Free Point Richmond concert happening tonight

Reminder! Point Richmond Music’s free concert series happening tonight

The free summer concert series in Point Richmond that has drawn record crowds this season has two more show dates left, including tonight. From 5:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. tonight, The Rusty String Express (Bluegrass)...
Community invited to art walk in downtown Richmond on Sept. 24

Community invited to art walk in downtown Richmond on Sept. 24

The community is invited to take part in an art walk through downtown Richmond on Sept. 24. Residents will have a chance to view various artworks displayed in windows or as public art around downtown...
Richmond man's answer on Family Feud goes viral; Steve Harvey calls it 'favorite' of all time

Richmond family plans community event for upcoming appearance on Family Feud

A Richmond family is set to appear in an episode of Family Feud with Steve Harvey on Sept. 18, and plans to make the show's airing a community event. The Muccular family has invited community...
Free tasting at Hornbill Burmese Cuisine grand opening in El Sobrante Thursday

Hornbill Burmese Cuisine grand opening in El Sobrante Thursday to include free tasting

The public is invited to a free food tasting at the grand opening Thursday of a new authentic Burmese restaurant in El Sobrante. The grand opening celebration for Hornbill Burmese Cuisine, located at 3550 San...
Graphic art by Kaiser Shipyards worker during WWII to star in Richmond exhibit next month

Graphic art by Kaiser Shipyards worker during WWII featured in new Richmond exhibit

The graphic art by Emma Lou Packard (1914-1998) is the subject of a new exhibit at the Rosie the Riveter Visitor Education Center. On Sept. 5 at 11 a.m., Kaiser Permanente historian Lincoln Cushing will...
Shopping at Whole Foods in Berkeley on Wednesday to benefit Rosie the Riveter programs

Shopping at Whole Foods in Berkeley on Wednesday will benefit Rosie the Riveter programs

Hold off on your grocery shopping until Wednesday, if possible. The Whole Foods Market at 1025 Gilman St. in Berkeley has pledged to donate 5-percent of the store's net proceeds for Wednesday to help...

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Red Oak Victory procures long-sought-after WWII Navy deck gun

Red Oak Victory procures long-sought-after WWII Navy deck gun

By Kathy Chouteau On Wednesday, a new addition embarked on a trek to come aboard Richmond’s Red Oak Victory ship. A 40,000-pound World War II U.S....
East Bay ‘Battle of the Mayors’ aims to garner Census responses

East Bay ‘Battle of the Mayors’ aims to garner Census responses

By Kathy Chouteau A veritable “Battle of the Mayors” is underway in the East Bay and you can help Richmond “win.” Richmond Mayor Tom Butt has...
Local students win gold medals, scholarships in NAACP competition

Local students win gold medals, scholarships in NAACP competition

Two local high school students won gold medals and scholarships in the NAACP ACTSO competition, and will now represent Richmond in a national competition...