Richmond is two cities: one comprised of everything VCU has purchased and drenched in black and gold, then the rest of it. The few areas of Richmond that have not been taken over by the university are mostly poor and black.
Location, location, location. It is everything when people are looking to buy a home or picking a university, but people forget to consider what their location means for their access to affordable, fresh and healthy food.
The Richmond bike club scene is dying, or so Michael Gilbert, founder of the bike club Saddle Sores and cofounder of the organization Ride Richmond, said.
After successfully opening her first Urban Farmhouse Market and Café in the Shockoe Slip in 2009, Kathleen Richardson is expanding her business to the VCU area with a store opening scheduled for 2015.
The CT has found 10 obscure courses offered this spring that you may not have known about. They might be unpopular, offbeat or just very specific, but they’re available to all majors.