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Shockoe Bottom

Natural and organic hair and skincare manufacturer Adiva Naturals finds a new home in Shockoe Bottom. more

Shopping & Style

Take a walk down several notable streets that represent pieces of our region’s story. more

History

Consultants and community participants gathered in Manchester on Saturday to focus on how to tell the story of the Lumpkin’s Slave Jail/Devil’s Half Acre site in Shockoe Bottom. more

News

Sauce & Toss has the look, but too little else. more

Restaurant Reviews

River City Diner closes its Shockoe Bottom location after 24 years. more

Food News & Trends 1 Comments

The city's most scientific ice cream, the grand unveiling of Yaki, a giveaway and more on this week's latest and greatest. more

Food News & Trends

To bridge our divides, we must fully lay bare Shockoe Bottom's painful past. more

News

Shockoe Bottom's 1950s-themed diner is set to open in Brookland Park this summer. more

Food News & Trends

Speakers at the "Lumpkin's Jail Site Project" hearing called for a broader scope for memorializing Shockoe Bottom's slave trade history. more

News

The city is moving forward with the commemoration of the Lumpkin’s Jail site, Mayor Dwight C. Jones told a crowd of several hundred onlookers gathered in Shockoe Bottom on Monday morning for a kickoff ceremony. more

News

The Mediterranean- and Iberian Peninsula-focused restaurant shuttered on Tuesday in Shockoe Bottom. more

Food News & Trends

Y&H Mercantile returns to Richmond in a new Shockoe Bottom location. more

Shopping & Style

As Pizza Tonight Restaurant & Bar learned, quite a bit. Here's why the restaurant is changing its name in June. more

Food News & Trends

A haven for vintage clothing lovers and Marilyn Monroe admirers, Pinup-ish brings classic glamour to Shockoe Bottom more

Shopping & Style

‘At the end of the day, it has to be about the entire city’ more

Sunday Story 4 Comments

If Venture Richmond’s Jack Berry wants to be mayor, he should start channeling Nina Abady. more

Politics 1 Comments

Richmonders want a physical site that recognizes the city’s long overlooked role in the domestic slave trade and its implications. But when and where will they finally receive it? more

Features

Organizers of the “Richmond Speaks” series published a 72-page “Key Findings” report, marking the end of a four-month-long public engagement period for the highly anticipated $13 million project at the Lumpkin’s Jail site. more

News

How saving old buildings and places moves us into the future more

Sunday Story

Ana Edwards

Photo by Mark Robinson

Speakers at a Thursday afternoon press conference, organized by the Defenders for Freedom, Justice & Equality, touted an alternative proposal to memorialize Shockoe Bottom’s slave-trading history that expands beyond the Lumpkin’s Jail site. more

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