Archive for “Jackson Ward”

Auditions for The Color Purple

The Color Purple

Baker and Belvidere – 1950

From the archives of the Times Dispatch:

The Hippodrome Theater

History of the Hipp Part 2

HJWA Meeting Tuesday @ 6 @Club 533

Friends and Neighbors, The Historic Jackson Ward Association will hold its regular monthly meeting on Tuesday, September 17th, 6:00 p.m., at Club 533, 3rd and Jackson Streets. Parking is available in the fenced lot at the rear of the building. Please do not park in the paved lot beside the club as these spaces are […]

Arts in the Alley

Your help is needed!

Arts in the Alley is a Richmond volunteer based organization that works throughout the city to clean up and beautify neighborhoods by transforming alleys and buildings into bright, outdoor mural galleries. You have probably noticed different murals popping up throughout the surrounding neighborhoods in the past year. In October 2012 and April 2013, Arts in the Alley […]

fall line after party

Fall Line Fest Afterparty @ the Hipp

Line Up for the Fall Line Fest in September

Valentine Richmond History Center Walking Tours

Jackson Ward Walking Tour

Join the Valentine Richmond History Center on July 7 for a guided walking tour through Jackson Ward. This tour begins at 2:00 p.m. at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center at 00 Clay Street.

Tap Dancing Through Jackson Ward


Real Richmond Food Tours

On Saturday, September 22 at 2:00 p.m., Real Richmond will be offering “Both Sides of Broad: The Art and Soul of Richmond,” a food tour through Jackson and Monroe Wards. Tickets are $42+service fee and may be purchased here. Remember to wear comfortable walking shoes. From Real Richmond: Dig in to the authentic and quirky, the […]


The Amazing Raise

Help support local nonprofit organizations by donating during the Amazing Raise, a 36 hour giving challenge from 6:00 a.m. Wednesday, September 19 to 6:00 p.m. Thursday, September 20 at Your donation will help local Jackson Ward and the surrounding community work towards eliminating homelessness and enrich the community through arts and culture. A list […]

Have you voted for Bojangles?

Voting for the Best Richmond Monument is taking place now at On the list is the Bill “Bojangles” Robinson statue located in the small corner park at the intersection of Leigh Street, Price Street, and Chamberlayne Parkway. Voting takes place in the right hand sidebar here.

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