By Nancy DeVille
When Ron Shaw stood up to read the children’s book, “Why Mosquitoes Buzz in People’s Ears,” his audience — second-graders at North Richmond’s Verde Elementary School — stared, giggled and raised their hands to ask questions.
Shaw thumbed through the pages of the West African tale, reading the colorful story […]Continue Reading →
That’s what a school in Encinitas, California, calls the padmasana or lotus position in its effort to make yoga sound more all-American.
It worked. A three-judge panel of the 4th district court of appeal has […]Continue Reading →
Photo Essay, Richmond Pulse Editors
On a sunny Saturday morning last month, hundreds of people came out to the Spring Egg Hunt and Recreation Day at Civic Center Plaza for some springtime fun.
Sponsored by the city’s Recreation Department, the free event on March 28 was well attended by grownups and kids alike.
The day […]Continue Reading →
Por Joanna Pulido
Era una noche fría en febrero en el campeonato de fútbol masculino North Coast Section Division II, y ahí estaba el maestro de animación e infografía de Richmond High School Mario Ferrari, animando al equipo local en voz alta, apretando los rieles de las gradas y caminando de un lado a otro […]Continue Reading →
From the Pulse news desk
Richmond to Survey Residents
The City of Richmond is conducting its 2015 Community Survey. In the next few weeks questionnaires will be sent to a random sample of 3,000 Richmond residents, asking them to comment on the community’s pressing needs and city services.
The purpose of the survey is to […]Continue Reading →
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