“The Proposal.” It was a 2009 movie starring Sandra Bullock, but now will forever be the informal title of the 2018 Emmys telecast, thanks to a memorable romantic gesture from Emmy-winning director Glenn Weiss — who summoned the courage during ...
Martha High has stories to tell. The Victoria, Va., native spent more than 30 years singing with “Godfather of Soul” James Brown, the “hardest working man in show business.”
A city group will launch the weekend with a public celebration of diversity and tolerance on Friday, Sept. 21 — officially designated by the United Nations as the International Day of Peace.
A new nonprofit, Support Together Area Youth, or STAY, will host a block party this weekend to celebrate Richmond students, teachers and the positives of the public schools.
The Blandford Reunion Parade that had been rescheduled for Saturday, Sept. 22, in Petersburg has been canceled.
There she is, Miss America. And Nia Imani Franklin, who won the coveted title Sunday night in Atlantic City while competing as Miss New York, didn’t have to parade around in a swimsuit to be crowned the winner. The Winston-Salem, ...
Megan Irvin, president of the Massey Alliance board, loves being involved in the community.
Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Bob Woodward, author of the new book “Fear: Trump in the White House,” will speak 6 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at the Virginia Commonwealth University’s W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts, 922 Park Ave.
The Blandford Reunion Parade has been rescheduled to 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, in Petersburg.
Richmond area residents took to the river, parks and football stadiums during Labor Day Weekend, the unofficial end of summer.
Enthusiasm ruled the day Tuesday as students across Metro Richmond headed to class for the start of a new school year.
The event, which celebrates the Blandford community, has occurred for more than 30 years.
The Church Hill Reunion will mark its 35th year of providing fun, fellowship and community uplift this weekend.
What ART 180 does is more than art. The Jackson Ward-based nonprofit creates a space where young people can open doors to express themselves through the arts and to share their stories with others.
In the first scenes of the 2014 short film, “Tobacco Burn,” a tall white man emerges from an old-time tobacco barn, buttoning his britches. Inside, behind the swaying fronds of drying tobacco, a black woman weeps as she adjusts her ...