Sunday, September 15, 2019

Richmond

No controversy about this once missing Richmond mural

Grandson says muralist welcomed controversy

Pete Arnautoff had seen some of his grandfather’s famous murals but the one an East Bay museum is hoping to restore he only just learned about recently. Grandson Arnautoff says he grew up surrounded by...

U.S. women’s soccer star’s contribution to Kennedy High

A star athlete helping the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team chase its World Cup dreams in France, has also been helping to make a difference in a college readiness program at Kennedy High in...

Bay Area Power earns silver at U.S. Open Basketball Championships

A Richmond-based youth basketball team did the Bay Area proud last weekend, bringing home the silver medal in the U.S. Open Basketball Championships in Westfield, Indiana. The Bay Area Power 12-under team of 10 boys...

North Richmond celebrates blues heritage

While the bands brought the blues, the community brought the color. Both served to uplift and celebrate North Richmond's rich musical heritage on Saturday. The 10th Annual North Richmond Music Festival brought a healthy slate...
3 new exhibitions coming to Richmond Art Center this month

Richmond Art Center invites submissions of graphic art and illustration

Want your works to be exhibited at the storied 83-year-old Richmond Art Center? The art center at 2540 Barrett Ave. has an open call for graphic art and illustration until the deadline of Aug. 8. The works...

Music on the Main to enliven Richmond’s downtown Wednesday

The first of two free-admission summer concerts in downtown Richmond takes place Wednesday, July 24, with Richmond's own Zydeco King Andre Thierry and Soul and R&B band BeauFunk with Michael Jeffries taking the stage. The...

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...

Guitars Not Guns strikes chord at San Pablo Library

By Mike Kinney and Mike Aldax Near the end of an eight-week stretch of guitar lessons at San Pablo Library this summer, a group of 25 young students were quizzed on what they learned, and...
Cazuelas Grill moving from Hilltop Mall to San Pablo Ave.

Cazuelas Grill moving from Hilltop Mall to San Pablo Ave.

Cazuelas Grill, a popular Richmond restaurant that’s operated at Hilltop Mall for its entire two-decade-old history, is moving to a new location at 14401 San Pablo Ave. this week as the shopping center is...

Restored wig wags prompt Point Richmond festival Sunday

A festival in Point Richmond this Sunday will celebrate the restoration and reactivation of two historic wig wags at the BNSF Railway crossing on Railroad Avenue. The free festival will occur from 1 p.m. to...

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North & East neighborhood’s picnic extravaganza

By Mike Kinney The Richmond event that has been in billed as a “free picnic extravaganza” again lived up to the description Saturday. Live performances, family-friendly...

RPAL mural shines in the spirit of collaboration

By Kathy Chouteau The Richmond Police Activities League (RPAL) on Friday unveiled a vibrant new mural on its building that bears testimony to the incredible...

Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center workshops benefit local retailers

The Renaissance Entrepreneurship Center is offering a free, five-week Retail Business Series, which are weekly workshops aimed at helping local retailers get their businesses...