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Arts Around the Lake Comes to the University of Richmond on Sunday

Arts Around the Lake at the University of Richmond is this Sunday, September 25 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. around Westhampton Lake. Approximately 100 Richmond- area artists will be displaying and selling their artwork Admission and parking are free.

Councilman Bruce Tyler to Host Town Meeting at Mary Munford

Bruce W. Tyler, Councilman, Richmond City Council, West End 1st District, will hold a meeting in the West End 1st District. Councilman Tyler holds individual meetings in Richmond’s West End 1st District throughout the year, typically at the same time and place, on the fourth Tuesday of every other month. His meetings include information on […]

Libbie & Grove Thrives, Even in this Economy

The Libbie & Grove shopping area is thriving, despite the economic downturn according to a recent article WorkIt Richmond, Richmond Media Group’s new small business web publication. The article points to success at The Blue Goat,  Fraiche and lingerie store Lavendar and Lace.  Other Libbie & Grove news from WorkIt Richmond: The neighborhood will also welcome Kambourian Rugs in a few weeks, […]

The Blue Goat is Now Open for Lunch

The Near West End’s new farm to table restaurant, The Blue Goat,  is now open for lunch, Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. The new lunch menu features some incredible sounding salads — but doesn’t skimp on the heavier “feeds” or meat options. I mean where else can you get a GLT (Goat, Lettuce, Tomato sandwich)?! […]

Phil’s to Re-open at New Location in 60 Days

While Phil’s Restaurant did indeed close, there is good news for Phil’s fans.  According to the Richmond Times Dispatch, the owner’s have secured a lease on a new building and hope to open within 60-days.  The new restaurant should be open by Sept. 1st. Phil’s, as the restaurant is known, is taking space at 5808 […]

Two Gentlemen of Verona Runs July 7 – 31 at Agecroft Hall

Richmond Shakespeare will present The Two Gentlemen of Verona at Agecroft Hall in Windsor Farms from July 7 to July 31. Tickets are $13-$27.  The outdoor evening performances start at 8 p.m.

Area Neighbors Upset Over Postal Worker’s Move

Neighbors from the area near St. Christopher’s School are in an uproar over a beloved postal worker being moved from the same West End route he’s had for over 45 years.  David Mitchell, self-described as a concerned and grateful neighbor, alerted area neighbors to the situation when he talked to postal carrier “Jerry” a few weeks […]

St. Stephen’s Market Hosts Master Gardeners & Drum Circle

Stop by the the St. Stephen’s Farmers Market on Saturday. The Hanover Master Gardeners are back and this week’s theme is vermicomposting. They will be happy to tell you all about what worms can do for you!  Plus, a little birdie told me there will be a drum circle at Saturday’s market as well.  Come at […]

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