March 9th - The Who's Who of Richmond came out to celebrate the launch of Seecaas, a comfortable, feminine, classic, yet stylish shoe line. Created by Ashley Hensley, Ashley is also the owner of Seecaas Hope for Adoption Foundation. Notables
This is the area of Richmond that some people are calling Uptown, a stretch in the Lower Fan along Main Street with a diverse selection of restaurants, bars, breweries and other more eclectic businesses. As VCU has expanded, this area
Here’s the spot where we get to talk about our favorite local coffee shops. Perhaps you’ll discover a new favorite of your own, here. We’ve found these places offer a combination of excellent beverages along with a great coffee shop atmosphere.
After serving the Richmond area for over 80 years, Strange’s Florist is able to offer its customers the most knowledgeable customer service and the best array of quality flowers and plants throughout central Virginia. In the early 1930’s Gideon Strange, a
Succeeding in business means knowing how to service your customers, and not everybody has grasped that concept. Some wonder what the statement means. Others, like the owners of The Freckled Frog, live it each day. “We treat people like we want
Richmond is booming, and it doesn’t look like it has plans on slowing down anytime soon. Ask anyone who has lived near West Broad Street for the last couple of decades. Countless developments have sprung up, accompanied by retailers, restaurants and entertainment
Thousands of area residents and tourists are expected to gather on May 5th from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Richmond’s Canal Walk to celebrate Hispanic culture during the 17th annual ¿Qué Pasa? Festival. Each Spring, the Virginia Hispanic Chamber transforms
You may know of Rick Friedman from his family law firm here in Richmond, but before he was helping families, he was writing catchy theme songs for MTV. At one time, the theme songs for 40 of the 48 shows running