The health system’s top infectious diseases expert keeps the beat for The Vagabond Dandies, a pandemic-born band that includes two other VCU physicians.
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The vice president at PR firm Padilla starts most of her workdays riding her horse in Manakin-Sabot, and they compete in shows on weekends.
Creativity in work, and in working from home, was a necessity in 2020, as the pandemic required Richmond’s businesspeople to think outside the box.
With no reopening in sight, the 94-year-old theater at 6 North Laurel St. is getting a new coat of paint and upgrades to its HVAC system.
Eighteen years after she first trained for the Richmond Marathon, the broadcast buyer with Lewis Media Partners was finally able to run the annual race.
It took a global pandemic for Heather Grutzius and John White to do what they’ve been trying to do for years: restore their ’73 Airstream.
In the spirit of the comic book character that inspires his stage name, by day, he’s Daniel Jones, copywriter at The King Agency. By night, he’s Nickelus F, Richmond rapper.
From tending an olive farm along the French Riviera to competing in men’s physique contests, the pursuits of Richmond’s businesspeople outside the workplace took our Downtime series to unexpected places in 2019.
In the face of the daily temptations of his rotisserie-chicken-centric restaurant chain, owner Harold Vega drops weight and tones up for his pursuit outside of the kitchen: a subset of bodybuilding known as competitive men’s physique.
Soon after he got his law degree from the University of Richmond, Brian Pitney, now an attorney and shareholder at Sands Anderson, said he felt compelled to pick back up what he had dabbled with and left in high school art class: ceramics.