There’s a new face on the Richmond City Council. Last month the council unanimously selected Ada Recinos to fill the seat vacated by Gayle McLaughlin.
My Kennedy High School reunion was a night that will be a lasting memory for me
Less famous but no less impressive as a narrator of local history is Andres Soto. Every few months, he conducts a “Toxics and Resilience Tour” of Richmond.
Two of Richmond’s most popular politicians have their sights set on the California State Capitol. Vice Mayor Jovanka Beckles is running for California Assembly and former councilmember Gayle McLaughlin is running for Lieutenant Governor. But can these two progressive candidates win outside of Richmond?
We need to be far more thoughtful and strategic about how we work with the new marijuana industrial complex if we are truly looking out for the most vulnerable in our society.
BART Train Operator Chris Finn recently sat down with Richmond Pulse to discuss what it’s like to work for BART and what would make the system safer.
Actor Wendell Pierce recently announced plans to transform a blighted corner in downtown Richmond.
The rock of my family is my great aunt, Rahesa Bagaum. I refer to her as Bari Auntie, which translates into “Great Aunt” in Urdu. Auntie Bagaum is from Pakistan. Although she doesn’t know her exact birthday, she believes she is somewhere from 40 to 50 years old. She speaks Rangri, and identifies as a Rajpoot. She and her children moved to the United States 15 years ago to join her husband.
When they fear you, they will try to subtract life from you. When they love you, they will add to your life.
North Richmond native Donté Clark, 23, is an actor, rapper and spoken word artist who stars in the documentary film “Romeo is Bleeding,”(executive produced by Russell Simmons) which will be released on DVD and video on demand August 1.