Two entrepreneurs are expanding their aquatic offerings on the James River to include floating yoga classes and whitewater paddleboarding.
Connie Henshaw, a senior at Godwin High School, runs a nonprofit that takes middle school students on outdoor adventures.
Jon Lugbill talks about this weekend’s Monument Avenue 10K, the nonprofit’s growth and why his organization might well be the Wawa of race organizers.
BizSense checks in with local cornhole tournament host James Rastberger about his expanding business and its trash-talking subculture.
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.
The craft brewery boom is spreading to Ashland, and a major league baseball pitcher and his engineer brother are leading the charge.
Lee Downy is head of the relatively new Department of Economic and Community Development.
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts drew more than 200,000 visitors with its Pablo Picasso exhibit in 2011, and now it’s trying to keep up the tempo with exhibitions about Elvis Presley and India’s royalty.
Midlothian-based Rebkee Company completely revamped its business model, branching out from developing locations for drugstore chain CVS to placing the winning bid on some iconic buildings.
Ed Coleman is passionate about guns, and he’s creating a home away from home for other local enthusiasts.