The corner of Clay and 3rd just got a whole lot sweeter. Jamyce Vinson recently opened her bakery, Sweetopia, at 221 East Clay Street.
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During Art 180′s Open Studio Series in January, learn about the artists that took part in the organizations fall 2013 programs. For three evenings in January, you will be able to listen to music and view performances and art created by local artists. Two of the three evenings will take place in Jackson Ward.
The Red-Tailed Hawk that was found injured in late October at the intersection of Third and Marshall Streets has finally recovered enough to be released. The hawk was recently released in Augusta County.
Will you be heading out tonight for the December First Fridays? It will be a great night for last minute holiday shopping.
Learn a bit of the history that makes up our neighborhood and listen to a great new History Replays Today podcast about renowned Reverend John Jasper.
A recent resolution was passed that will allow the Historic Manor apartments, located at the corner of 100 West Clay Street, to potentially receive Virginia Housing Development Authority (VHDA) financing. Local developer, Kelvin Hanson, would like to renovate the 16 apartments and fill the empty retail space on the bottom level. City Hall watchdog Silver Persinger thinks […]
In early 2014, Saison plans to open a market, in the former Jackson Ward Deli, directly next to its current location.
HJWA’s Fall Clean Up Day is this Saturday, and you don’t want to miss it! We will meet in Abner Clay Park at 8:00 am on Saturday, October 19th ready to clean up our neighborhood.
Jackson Ward celebrates its cultural diversity and rich history with a street party and everyone is invited! This FREE event takes place in the heart of Jackson Ward, October 5 & 6!
The Hippodrome as it looked in 1913. The building was destroyed in a fire and was replaced with the structure you see today. History Replays celebrates the 100th birthday of The Hipp with an interview of National Park Service Guide Ben Anderson. Here’s a blurb from Richmond.com Anderson has done intensive research on Richmond’s most […]