Richmond BizSense and a festive crowd of 300 strong packed into a downtown office building undergoing renovations for the last Hard Hat of the year Wednesday evening.
After a decade selling her wares online, a local leather goods maker has joined the West Broad Street retail scene with her first brick-and-mortar storefront.
A yearlong effort to establish a practice space in Richmond for casual musicians has landed a venue.
If you want to see Christina Dick serious, get her on a balance beam.
Warming things up on a chilly evening, a crowd of 180 came out in force for the year’s third and final installment of BizSense’s Five O’Clock Belles ladies-only networking event. Enjoy the slideshow above for scenes from the night, which took place at Lunch.Supper’s Urban Roost events space at 3023 W. Marshall St. in Scott’s… Read more »
A pizza shop shuffle has brought an out-of-town chain to Henrico County barely a year after it opened its first area location in the Fan.
A West End bakery has completed its move around the corner.
Two Richmond women specializing in furniture restoration are planning to convert their new sprinter van into a mobile workshop and use it to broaden their delivery schedule.
The transformation of the former American Tobacco Co. complex into hundreds of apartments is nearing an initial milestone.
Dogtown Brewing Co.’s SUP heads to City Council, and VCU mulls redeveloping its properties for various academic uses, including a new STEM facility and student commons.