DawnStar Video Games and sister shop Wax Moon Records will feature new and vintage pinball machines.
Sports & Recreation
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.
Betting on an increase in demand, it will offer up to 42 bikes in 2,100 square feet compared to a pre-pandemic fleet of 31 bikes in 1,475 square feet.
The 41-acre site would be used to expand River City Sportsplex. The seller’s family had run the racetrack since the 1950s before closing it in December.
The head of corporate communications has completed seven triathlons — single-day, 140.6-mile races that blend swimming, cycling and running — and she’s training for her eighth.
RVATukTuk, which offers tours and rides on the electric-powered, three-wheeled open-air vehicles, is getting busier each month and needs more drivers.
Monday’s re-opening ceremony treated the crowd to a near hole-in-one on one of the inaugural tees shots and a chip-in moments later — all while Davis Love III looked on.
A $600 million, 300,000-square-foot resort at 2001 Walmsley Blvd. was the development selected but Richmond voters will have the final say on Nov. 2.
“We think we’ll bring in a younger crowd to the mall. You can’t throw an axe on the internet,” said local Stumpy’s Hatchet House franchisee Joe Szymczak.
Resolve Bodyworks plans to open at 2313 W. Cary St. in early June, its third move in four years.