The new proprietor is a May graduate of VCU who spent all four years in college as an employee at the store.
It joins Guitar Center, J. Crew, Pier 1 Imports, Lord & Taylor, and many others that have filed Chapter 11 in Richmond over the last 12 months.
The local franchisee of California-based YogaSix expects to open two more studios in the Richmond area in the near future.
The real estate data giant, which has about 1,000 employees in Richmond, has become a major landlord along the city’s riverfront.
The Martin Agency rolls out its latest ads for CarMax, promotions at Padilla, and the Town of Ashland gets a rebrand.
New partners and promotions in law and real estate, new faces in marketing and business services and chamber board officers and members.
The “Faces of Your Downtown” series aims to change the perception of downtown as a place of empty streets and boarded-up storefronts.
A transplant from New York City plans to open Second Bottle Wine and Snack Shop at 324 N. 27th St. in March.
Of the 200-plus TV spots Hawn has overseen in her time, two characters she created stand out from the pack — Buster and the Tuition Monster.
A Southside wholesaler donates 200 outdoor heat lamps for small businesses in Richmond, and several boards meet this week with new leaders elected.