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New Year, New Start

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The beginning of the year, with its unfilled calendar pages, gives us an opportunity to leave behind old ideas and tackle something new. Maybe you’ve been itching to take up a different hobby, find another vocation or nurture a latent skill. Perhaps you want to instigate broader change in the community. To help inspire those creative reinventions, here are some examples of Richmonders who’ve taken the idea of starting something new and run with it.

Opening a milling company was a natural step for this Hanover County couple. Read more

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CrowdLobby seeks to amplify individuals’ voices by connecting them around shared interests. Read more

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The Black Minds Matter Project promotes dialogue about race and mental health. Read more

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“Do not be ashamed of your writing,” screenwriting competition winner advises. Read more

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C.J. Walker funneled her concern for Richmond’s teens into an organization that serves youth and supports young entrepreneurs. Read more

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How a weary beat reporter turned globe-trotting painter Read more

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Abigail Spanberger mobilized suburban voters to score Democrats’ first 7th District win in five decades. Read more

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After writing music on his own, Andrew Carter assembled musicians to take it on the road. Read more

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Cardinal Newman Academy’s founders seek to fill a niche in private education. Read more

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Rabbi Patrick Beaulier’s Jewish congregation exists wherever members gather. Read more

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Tricycle nurtures the next generation of farmers. Read more

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For Amber Karnes, yoga led to a new outlook on health. Read more

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