The development group, led by Red Light Ventures, reached an agreement with the city and wants to open an amphitheater near Tredegar in 2025
The free series presented by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation includes concerts, performances, fireworks, and more at Dogwood Dell plus satellite events at 17th Street Market
The city has taken a piecemeal approach to the charter for almost two decades. This year, that changes.
From the Squirrels to the Kickers, we’re sharing all the details on sports teams in the River City, including basketball, baseball, roller derby, and more — so you can cheer on Richmond.
If you manage a team and want to facilitate some bonding or just have fun, here are some ideas in the Richmond area for daytime excursions.
Eat and Drink
Check out these recommendations for to-go meals in the River City, conveniently located near some of our favorite outdoor spots.
The week of June 5-11, over two dozen restaurants in Richmond will make donations to support local LGBTQ+ organizations including VA Pride and OutRVA.
No matter where you are in Richmond, you’re probably only a few blocks — or fewer — from delicious tacos from a local restaurant.
See where to stock up on seasonal produce around the city, from year-round shopping to in-season markets.
Travel and Outdoors
The River City offers unique opportunities to fish just steps from downtown — learn how to get started, what species you may see, and what local resources are available to help out fishers of all stripes.
Prepare for summer weather in the River City with these seasonal temperature and precipitation outlooks.
The city has secured funds to improve safety features at 35 intersections around the city, including in Northside, Southside, the Fan, VCU, and Downtown
The Richmond Metropolitan Transit Authority cited pandemic recovery in its vote to increase tolls for the Downtown Expressway, Powhite Parkway, and Nickel Bridge
We met with Woodfin to get an inside peek at what indoor air quality (IAQ) experts see in Richmond homes.
The county began demolition of the Spring Rock Green shopping center to transform it into a retail destination
Food, drinks, music, crafts, vendors, and bonnet festivities return to the streets of Richmond this year
Broaden your horizons with these programs around the River City
The “Sign Spotting” exhibit explores the history of Richmond signs, from neon advertisements to protest signs, and will remain open at The Valentine through May 31, 2024.
If you’ve got a question following you around the River City, let us take on the case. We’ll try to find the answer.