Local artists opened their studios in Richmond to the public this weekend for the first time in many years, providing a rare opportunity for a look at their work and the space they create it in. The Open Studio event was organized by the Visual Artists of Richmond, an all-volunteer
Weekends in Richmond can be busy, and this one is no exception. Saturday offered many events starting off early with the Ring of Fire eclipse watch party hosted by the Main Library. Fog and low clouds did their best to eliminate any chance of viewing the eclipes, but the people
■ 24th Street Block Party! Friday, OCTOBER 6, 5:30 PM - 8 PM 24TH STREET BETWEEN LINCOLN & ESMOND, JOIN US TO MEET YOUR NEIGHBORS & DISCUSS COMMUNITY CONCERNS. There will be snacks, games, and a raffle. The street will be blocked off, with access to parking for residents only. ■ First Friday
Muralist Victor Arnautoff is responsible for some of the most remarkable artwork in the Bay Area. His historic murals have graced the walls of buildings worldwide and even more locally with his “Richmond - Industrial City,” painting which has undergone a lengthy restoration process and is ready to be unveiled.
Under mostly sunny skies, the 28th annual El Sobrante Stroll started off with a parade Sunday morning and featured 168 vendors, a car show, and several live bands along San Pablo Damn Road in El Sobrante. Billed as the "Best Dam Block Party in the East Bay," The Stroll is
Ahead of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, The Latina Center, Councilmember Soheila Bana, and the City of Richmond are partnering to host a benefit concert to raise public awareness about gender violence in the community. ¡Ya Basta! y Sin Miedo / Enough is Enough! is a free benefit concert that will be
Bay Area acoustic duo Breedloves are excited to be playing in front of a hometown crowd at the annual North and East Neighborhood Picnic on Saturday, September 9. The picnic, which is typically held in Burg Park at the corner of 30th and Clinton Avenue, has expanded this year to