Monday Q&A: ‘G’ is for give

Marti Beller

Marti Beller talks about Richmond startup PlanG, an online system to help people manage their charitable giving that has attracted some prominent Richmond investors.

Monday Q&A: The long way home

After a five-year exile and an excavation of sorts, the 82-year-old John Marshall Barber Shop is back in its original digs, in more ways than one.

Monday Q&A: Anchors aweigh, farther away


Just in time for summer, a Richmond boat-sharing club is letting its members ship out into the Chesapeake Bay, the Gulf of Mexico and even the Atlantic Ocean if they’re feeling brave.

Monday Q&A: The honeymoon continues

Parney Color

The Flying Squirrels have proven to be much more than a rebound fling for Richmonders, and the team’s COO says the off-season is critical to keeping the spark alive.

Monday Q&A: 19 months to go

michael dudley

Optima CEO Michael Dudley explains why health care is among the fastest-growing industries in Richmond.

Monday Q&A: An icy import

Rays Italian Ice

The owners of a popular Philly-style water ice and frozen custard shop are at a crossroads.

Monday Q&A: I left my heart in Richmond


Richmond Trolley Company, the venture behind the old-fashioned red trolley cars you’ve probably seen cruising Richmond recently, has hosted some big-name riders.

Monday Q&A: Get a grip


After stints at Altria and as a legal recruiter, a 33-year-old lawyer and Richmond native found himself daydreaming about the golf course and a fishing boat. His exit strategy combines the two.