Over 400 Richmond riders joined in the 23rd annual Bike To Work Day on Thursday, May 11.
Longtime Bay Area newspaper publisher and Richmond Pulse contributor Vernon Whitmore recently sat down with Richmond City Manager Bill Lindsay to discuss some of the changes coming to Richmond, and how the city is positioning itself for new business and development in a way that benefits the entire community.
There is a new craze in Downtown Richmond right across the street from the Richmond BART parking garage called Your Way Pizza that opened its doors in April.
Brezo at Baltic Square, Point Richmond’s newest restaurant, is an eclectic mix of old and new.
Ghaliyah Roberts-Palmer was one of five local women who were honored recently as “Women of Impact” at an event hosted by Richmond Main Street, for their achievements as entrepreneurs and their contributions to the Richmond community.
Tacos Los Primos has become one of the most popular taco trucks in Richmond.
We must remember to fully engage our community. Small gifts are powerful: they demonstrate support to those who can give more. And grassroots fundraising keeps us tied to those we serve.
Richmond has opened a new solar power facility that will produce enough solar energy to power 600 homes per year. Energy provider MCE, JHS Properties and City of Richmond officials hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony to unveil the new two-megawatt facility on Feb 14.
Have you ever imagined walking into your local gas station to get a box of fried chicken with a side of rice and a biscuit? Neither have I, until I checked out the Golden 7 Quick Stop. Located at 525 23rd Street, the gas station has bold letters reading Krispy Krunchy Chicken.
Richmond Pulse youth reporters gave their critique of the proposed logos and tagline as well their own suggestions for rebranding Richmond.