New shops are popping up in Carytown, Stony Point and the West End.
Jim Porter, who mans the green-and-black To the Bottom and Back buses, dishes on his new route and his nonprofit’s continued popularity.
After serving sweet treats in the West End for 28 years, the local ice cream shop is finally crossing the James River and adding a second location.
The “shop local” movement spreads across the country.
A measure to legalize online happy hour advertisements is corked by its sponsor.
A Richmond entrepreneur is going to test the theory that artists do their best work after a few drinks.
Parkside Cafe is temporarily closed.
Local entrepreneurs will have a chance to vie for the title of “Richmond’s Next Best Start-Up” and possibly $10,000.
A local bakery is more than doubling its space in May, and it’s opening earlier.
Lots of moves in law this week, plus promotions in advertising.