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Richmond Times-Dispatch-Soup to (Dough)nuts: Four new eateries are in the works for the once-thriving Manchester district

The Richmond Times-Dispatch's Holly Prestidge has written an expansive article about Manchester's Hull Street and the four new breweries and eateries that are soon to open: Hot Diggity Donuts, The Butterbean Market & Cafe, Dogtown Brewing Co, & Manastoh Brewing. Here is an excerpt from that article: "The taste-testing and research

New Manchester Area Home Listings

Two new homes have recently been listed for sale in the Manchester area. If you are looking to buy, these might be a few to consider. Also included below, are the two new sister homes that we reported earlier that were placed on the market. 104 W 13th Street, Richmond, VA 23224 $299,000

Manastoh Brewing Coming to Hull Street

We are happy to announce that Manastoh Brewing is set to come to Manchester’s Hull Street. The food forward brewery will set up shop in the historic Bank of Commerce & Trusts building at 1128 Hull Street. The Manastoh name was selected to honor the original Native American reference for Manchester

Two Sister Homes Listed For Sale in Manchester

Two newly constructed sister homes have just been put up for sale in Manchester. At 1,950 square feet each, both 208 W 15th Street and 210 W 15th Street are listed for sale for $319,950. Given the lack of recently renovated or newly constructed housing in the area, my guess is that

Dogtown Brings New Orleans to RVA

Dogtown Dance Theatre is hosting another Madrid Gras celebration this year on Saturday, February 10th. Here are the details from their website: SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10, 2018 Show Admission: $15 Children 5-12: $5 Children under 5: FREE PARADE: 3PM SHOW and DANCE PARTY: 4PM - 8:30PM ​ Dogtown Dance Theatre brings New Orleans style to Richmond for the 7th

Times-Dispatch on Siegel’s Grocery Restoration: it was a ‘modern food wonderland of amazing design’

We are extremely thankful for the coverage that Greg Gilligan from the Richmond Time's-Dispatch provided on the efforts to restore the former Siegel's grocery store in Swansboro. The article is chock full of information, and there are tons of great historical photographs. There are also some great shots of the interior

Southside Churches Swap Human ATM Locations?

There has been a complicated set of church swapping going on in Manchester these days. Or should I call that human ATM location swapping? I have always felt a strong sense of unease at the sheer number of churches which seem to crop up in the poverty stricken neighborhoods of Richmond.