The new owner said renovations are in store for the big box shell, rather than a demolition, and it will likely be subdivided.
Mobile Radio Partners, which operates BoomTown Radio, the Radio Shopping Show and the all-Spanish Ultra Radio Richmond, recently paid more than $300,000 for them.
Longtime customer Valerie Borkowski bought the business after an ownership death spurred the sale and she said it will be looking to expand.
“Hot Tomato Summer” highlights menu items at local eateries that pair the hometown brand with tomatoes and a nonprofit will benefit.
DawnStar Video Games and sister shop Wax Moon Records will feature new and vintage pinball machines.
The City Point Innovation Resource Center at 325 Brown St. will serve as an incubator for entrepreneurs and small business owners.
The owners secured space for their third shop in January 2020 but held off because of the pandemic. Now business is booming.
David Turner and Lindsay Schmidt bought Rick’s Custom Frame and Gallery after owner Rick Michaels decided to retire.
The owner moved to the area after opening a gym in the Fan and sees a market for a boutique fitness studio where she lives.
The nonprofit theater company is reopening with “Ella and Her Fella Frank,” an imaginary concert of Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra in Heaven.