Dr. Pamela Kiecker Royall is breaking ground in her newest role as the first female board chair for the Virginia Museum of History & Culture, a leadership post to which she was elected in January. And she is intent on ...
For two and a half decades, Micah “Bam- Bamm” White has been using his comedic talent to contribute to the Richmond community.
If you’ve been watching experts and commentators appearing on television from their homes, their increased attention to decor might look familiar: In the early days of lockdown, they, like many of us, sat in front of blank white walls, while ...
Using tax money from the sale of recreational marijuana, the Chicago suburb of Evanston has become the first U.S. city to make reparations available to its Black residents for past discrimination and the lingering effects of slavery.
In 1800, an enslaved man named Gabriel attempted a daring revolt in Richmond. His efforts were stymied by a severe thunderstorm and betrayals by co-conspirators. His story was consigned as a minor failure for centuries, largely forgotten.
Queen Bey is the Queen of the Grammys now.
Local performing arts company RVA Baroque is hoping plenty of people with talent do.
Diversity Richmond and Virginia Pride are merging.
For the last four months, Taylor RaShon Scott has been working to help meet the Richmond community’s need for food during the pandemic.
Explosive allegations by Meghan Markle, the duchess of Sussex, that she faced racist attitudes from both the royal palace and the media in the United Kingdom have sent ripples of shock around the world. But they came as no surprise ...
The Virginia Union University Office of Government and Community Relations is hosting a virtual symposium, “Our America: The Reality Check 2021,” at 6 p.m. Friday, March 12.
Nothing wrong with a little nostalgia. But if you’re looking for a comedy revelation, “Coming 2 America” isn’t it.
Late actor Chadwick Boseman, others win Golden Globes as foreign press group called out for lack of diversity
The organization that hosted the Golden Globes said it is developing a plan to recruit Black members after falling under sharp criticism for lacking diverse members.
As Black-owned businesses braced for the financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, a new organization emerged in the Richmond region with the goal of ensuring these local businesses don’t just survive during this period, but thrive.
Tea time: Oprah snags first interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle since they quit royal duties
Will Prince Harry and Meghan Markle spill the tea when they talk with Oprah Winfrey in their first major TV interview since they quit their royal duties and bought a home last year in the United States?