Science Museum of Virginia

Guests share their Feedback on the new Tiny Victory, Ashland's Kreggers heads to the city, and Stone Brewing has its annual Throw Down on Brown's Island. more

Food News & Trends

PrepareAthon at the Science Museum of Virginia is a free event designed to teach people how to survive the worst of times. more


A Richmond survey records a wide range of temperatures on the same day. more


The international, rule-centric, all-white-themed (and once again sold-out) event returns to Richmond July 7, offering a unique dining experience. more


Longoven unveils a first for the city, Sabai's owners open a Temple of Asian comfort food, plus Scoop's sweet debut, and all the food events for Father’s Day and beyond. more

Food News & Trends

The Science Museum of Virginia debuts its first-ever adults-only event series. more


ART 180's 15th annual exhibition of student artwork comes to the Science Museum of Virginia April 28. more


Local kids get down to business, plus a public forum on race and religion, Richmond Black Restaurant Experience, and more for the week ahead. more

The creator of Metro RVA Teens organizes a Richmond Children's Business Fair to encourage young entrepreneurs. more


Your guide to what's good for the week ahead more

Richmond’s Reynolds Metals Co. created one of the greatest deep-ocean submersibles. more


The Science Museum of Virginia kicks off its annual Fruitcake Science season with a bake-off featuring the governor and first lady. more


Exhibitions celebrating the work of Leonardo da Vinci and Yves Saint Laurent are coming to a close. more


Organizers celebrate a successful debut of Diner en Blanc in Richmond. more

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Midlothian has a new bridal shop, the Science Museum of Virginia’s new event building is booking for fall and BRIDEface now offers hairstyling services. more

Tips & Trends

A job is more than a paycheck, and for some Richmond workers, employment comes with some peculiar perks. more


An inspirational flyer lands in Richmond. more


The Science Museum of Virginia launches a free lecture series on ethics in politics. more


A boy with a big heart and his younger brother, who has a form of muscular dystrophy, take on a triathlon course Saturday. more


Put down your cellphone, lace up your walking shoes and grab your library card. The trails are waiting. more


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