So we walked Manchester this weekend, and the construction boom is staggering. Developers are building market rate duplexes and single family homes at a blistering pace. The infill construction is located along Bainbridge, Porter, Perry, and McDonough Streets between Commerce Road and Cowardin Ave. Many, if not most of the
Buried on an otherwise humble street, the Egyptian pump house located at 2313 Wise Street stands out. Owned by the City of Richmond's Department of Public Works, the mausoleum-like structure is a surprising find in the austere area.
The exact spot where the pump house is located is a bit of a
The Latino Festival kicked off last night in Manchester but continues today (June 24th) starting at noon until 11:00 pm. The location is at the Church of the Sacred Heart at 1400 Perry Street.
The festival is open to the public so head out today and enjoy in the festivities of
I bet you have hopped from rock to rock at Pony Pasture or Texas Beach a few times in your lifetime. Have you ever wondered what causes those round rock pools to form in the large granite rocks in the James River?
Well not to worry the Friends of James River
1213 Hull Street has some serious scaffolding going on these days. The neighboring building at 1215 Hull St was torn down many moons ago. The rough brick at 1213 Hull was only meant to abut another adjoining building wall, and was never meant to be exposed. So it is now
After years of waiting, Hull Street *might* be just about to get a proper pharmacy.
If you have followed our recent stories, the old McDonalds was relocated diagonally across Hull St and Commerce Road. Then the old store was torn down. And now after considerable speculation, the site has finally changed
According to their Facebook page event listing, Twisted Ales Craft Brewing has scheduled their grand opening for June 17th from 12-11PM. The new craft brewery will be located in Manchester's Aragon Coffee Co. building at 212 W. Sixth St. If you are unfamiliar with the area, it is the old Blue
Richmond is becoming a foodie paradise. I would bet a great deal of you frequented a food festival this weekend given the Richmond Greek Festival and Broad Appétit were in full swing. But there is one special cake in Richmond's history that you may not be aware of-it's the Six-Layer Chocolate Cake and
Once upon a time, people used to walk, bike, and use streetcars to get where they needed to go in Richmond. Then the automobile changed everything. Folks fled the city for suburban living, while streetcar systems were scrapped. But most suburbanites still worked and shopped downtown, and they needed to