… so don’t go tomorrow night unless it’s for dinner and stroll. There is other good news from the Curated CultureÂ blog: Christina is moving back downtown – “weâ€™ll have an office space at 323 West Broad Street at the Artisan Alley building.Â Artisan Alley is an old warehouse/storefront on Broad Street thatâ€™s built out [...]
Archive for 2009
Carbon Leaf Mon., Dec. 21 8:00 PM New Potato Caboose and Indecision Sat., Dec. 26 8:00 PM Dark Star Orchestra Tue., Dec. 29 7:00 PM Keller Williams Wed., Dec. 30 8:00 PM Hells Bells – AC/DC Experience Fri., Jan. 1 8:00 PM The Portland Organ Sat., Jan. 2 6:30 PM Gregg Allman Fri., Jan. 8Â [...]
With 10″ on the ground and more coming down, there should be some great snow picture opportunities and some beautiful scenes in Carver & Jackson Ward. Add your photos to the Carver and Jackson Ward Flicker pool and tag your photos with rvasnow to share them here!
Gallery 5 will be celebrating its 5th anniversery in 2010 with 4 juried shows and a month long birthday celebration in March. February 2010: Sleight of Hand 2: A National Juried Craft Competition The Sleight of Hand II exhibition at Gallery5 seeks craft-makers who push the boundaries and definitions of craft. Craft-making is too often [...]
From Wikipedia The Sunday RTD reported on serious maintenance problems that need to be addressed to extend the life of the Richmond Coliseum till it can be replaced or renovated. The immediate repairs, recommended this fall by a team of consultants hired by the city, include:
Jackson Ward neighbors are seeking a parking restriction to help ensure that residents can more readily find parking: “We have a problem particularly during the day when people who work downtown, city hall, MCV, state, come in to the neighborhood, park their cars and leave them all day,” said Historic Jackson Ward Association President, Charles [...]
nbc12′s Restaurant Report recently turned their great lidless eye on Leigh Street’s Croaker’s Spot and found a few issues: And in Richmond, Croaker’s Spot at 119 East Leigh Street had 5 critical violations, including many fruit flies observed when door was removed at an ice tea station due to grime and debris. Violations were corrected [...]
While shopping at Kroger in Saturday’s miserable weather I caught sight of this sign in the former Movie Gallery store across the parking lot. I spoke with the Japanese owners who say they plan on opening sometime in January. The restaurant will feature individual habachis where meals are be cooked and served tableside.
Barksdale Theater and Theater IV are presenting the classic Dicken’s Christmas fable “A Christmas Carol” now through December 20th. All shows will be at the Empire Theater at 114 West Broad Street. There 9 performances left in the run. Visit the Theater IV website to purchase tickets. Single Ticket Prices Full Price: $22 Senior / [...]
Bo Jones and Ronald Hinton’s Ms.Maggies Seafood Restaurant & Jazz Lounge at 114 East Clay Street has had the doors locked on ‘em by their landlord for, as the sign says, “Failure to Pay Rent”.
The last of the Antiques on Broad sales for 2009 happens this Saturday in the parking lot and storefront adjacent to Quirk Gallery (311 West Broad Street) from 9AM-3PM.
Tour the â€œbirthplace of Black Capitalismâ€ on a Segway! Jackson Ward is rich in African American history and culture and boasts the largest collection of pre-Civil War homes in the city. Tour includes the Maggie L. Walker Historic Site, the A.D. Price Funeral Home and the Dill House. Nov. 21 (12-2pm)