The Richmond Art Center, which is celebrating its 80th Anniversary, “The Human Spirit: Contemporary Figuration as an Expression of Humanism.” The autobiographical work of Joan Brown and Viola Frey stand as beacons to the [...]
A budding Richmond artist and illustrator who created the children’s book, “I Can’t,” has launched a project at a local elementary school where she teaches young people how to produce — and publish — their [...]
Special to the Richmond Post Ruby Lee Howard, the tenth of 13 children in her family, and everyone admits she was the one with the firecracker personality.
The San Francisco Business Times has reported on a new plan to build up to 800 units near Richmond BART Station as part of the Richmond Transit Village-Metro Walk project.
Courtesy of The Richmond Standard A coalition of local organizations and community leaders is proposing a November ballot initiative that would mandate that a certain percentage of the City of Richmond’s unrestricted general fund [...]
Courtesy of The Richmond Standard Hercules High senior Garvey Buchongo may not have had a father growing up, but since age five she has had her track-and-field team, which she calls “the village that [...]
Assemblymember Tony Thurmond (D-Richmond) and the members of the California Legislative Black Caucus has honored Ms. Betty Reid Soskin, 94, a Richmond resident and the nation’s oldest full-time park ranger.
By J. Douglas Allen-Taylor The City of Richmond has spent the past several years working hard to address and try to solve its problem of an epidemic of violent deaths, and to convince the world [...]
Richmond families are invited to participate in the free Family Chess Night series at the Richmond Recreation Department, 3230 Macdonald Ave. The first Family Chess Night takes place Friday, Feb. 12, from 6 p.m. [...]
As an early graduate of Central High Robin (Reed) Poindexter has overcome many obstacles in her life to become successful as deputy fire marshal in Richmond.