Five questions for Daniel Webster, owner of Cuts 1st Class in Richmond. The new barbershop with a vintage look and feel opened in October in the Point Richmond neighborhood.
Over 100 tenants of the Creekview condominium complex have 60 days to find a new home.
Nearly 900 people made their way to downtown Richmond for an evening of live music, dancing, food trucks, vendors and good times at Richmond Main Street’s annual Music on the Main event.
I was shocked to hear that someone broke into 94-year-old Betty Reid Soskin’s house and savagely beat and robbed her.
On Feb. 27, 2012, I was released from prison. In June 2016, just four years later, I graduated at the top of my class from UCLA with the highest honors, Summa Cum Laude.
The Iron Triangle’s annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, March 26 — sponsored by the City of Richmond’s Crime Prevention Department and the Richmond Police, among others — has become a family tradition in the neighborhood for children of all ages.
Violence is often portrayed on the local news. But I feel a sense of safety when I’m at the Marina Bay. The Marina reminds me of the beauty of Richmond that no one pays much attention to.
EDITOR’S NOTE: The shooting deaths of a 14, 15 and 21–year-old in Richmond this month have rocked the community and have youth advocates and community leaders looking for answers. In light of the recent killings, Richmond Pulse asked young people where they felt most safe and where they felt least safe. Here is what they had to say.
Wyvonne Brown still remembers watching her grandmother style hair in her Richmond home. Twenty-five years later, Brown is now the owner and head stylist at Beauty By Nature Hair Studio, the first black-owned salon in Point Richmond.
Richmond nonprofit Pogo Park, Iron Triangle residents and city officials celebrated the grand opening of the Yellow Brick Road Play Street last week, which includes a series of parks, walking paths and a roundabout that all intersect at Eighth Street and Elm Avenue. The celebration represented the official unveiling of the street, designed to be a “yellow brick”-guided safe zone for walking and playing.