Personality: Lok Lam

Lok Lam’s passion for a community’s welfare is clear from her work with the Neighborhood Resource Center of Greater Fulton since she became board president last October.

Movie review: Disenchantment under the sea in live-action ‘The Little Mermaid’

It’s not Rob Marshall’s fault that Disney’s latest live-action retread doesn’t really sing. “The Little Mermaid,” a somewhat drab undertaking with sparks of bioluminescence, suffers from the same fundamental issues that plagued “The Lion King,” “Aladdin” and “Beauty and the ...

River guide book inspires ballet performance

Author John Bryan knew it was time to update his first book about the James River, a guide to enjoying “America’s best urban waterway,” published back in 1997. So he started working on an update a few years ago that ...

Exhibition opens at BHMCCV

A new art exhibition showcasing the works of Virginia-born and Virginia–based artists has opened at the Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia

Personality: Anthony Bryant

As Richmond’s growth spurt continues to attract new businesses and residents, Anthony Bryant wants to guarantee that the community’s interests aren’t left behind.

Commencement 2023

Mo Alie-Cox, who constantly brought excitement to Virginia Commonwealth University as a standout basketball player, brought that same energy during VCU’s graduation ceremonies on Saturday at the Greater Richmond Convention Center.

Places To Go, People To See

Places To Go, People To See

Personality: Jake Rowell

In 2020, Jake Rowell found inspiration to help an underserved part of the Richmond community.

Veteran church keyboard artist presents gospel show, despite health setback

One of Richmond’s biggest gospel shows ever is headed to Trinity Baptist Church in North Side to showcase Richmond’s best known performers.

Jamestown Settlement to commemorate Jamestown’s founding

Jamestown Settlement, a museum of 17th century Virginia, will present a full day of programs and live demonstrations Saturday, May 13, to commemorate the 1607 founding of Jamestown, America’s first permanent English settlement, and honor the enduring legacies and traditions ...

Places To Go, People To See

Looking for something to do or new experiences in the months ahead? Here are just a few of the upcoming fun events and adventures:

Grey Garrett is Virginia Rep’s Carole King

The Virginia Repertory Theatre has found its Carole King. Richmond theater actress Grey Garrett has been selected to play the award-winning musician in the regional premiere of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical at the November Theatre beginning Friday, June 23.

Playwright aims to open hearts and minds with premiere production

Brittany Fisher left her native Virginia for New York in 2021 to attend Juilliard’s Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program. Now graduated, she is still based in New York, but she never stays away for long. Her family won’t let ...

Tory Lanez denied new trial in Megan Thee Stallion shooting

A Los Angeles judge on Tuesday denied a motion for a new trial from lawyers for rapper Tory Lanez, who was convicted of three felonies in December for shooting hip-hop star Megan Thee Stallion in the feet and wounding her.

Pop, jazz and soul artist N’Kenge performs with Richmond Symphony

Singer N’Kenge has a lot of ground to cover when she performs with the Richmond Symphony later on May 13.