For Nikki Villa, one man’s trash can become her treasure. Villa is the co-owner of Station One Farmhouse, a unique store in Point Richmond that features refurbished vintage items, décor paint, candles, handcrafted jewelry and other home accessories
Jacinto Castillo and Kelly Nicolaisen are bringing their love and passion for art, and for others artists, to the newly opened Mom & Pop Art Shop located in historic Point Richmond.
Richmond Mayor Tom Butt recently led about a dozen community members in a candle-lighting ceremony to honor the lives of those touched by cancer.
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.
Kaleidoscope Coffee, which held its grand opening on December 5, celebrates both of Cassie Cushing’s passions, coffee and storytelling.
by Nancy DeVille | Photo • Brett Murphy On Saturday, October 18, hundreds gathered in Point Richmond’s Judge George Carroll Park to celebrate the return of Picnic in the Point with food, music and fun. Adults chatted and listened to live music by local groups as kids enjoyed a variety of activities including face painting, […]