Locking It Down

Locking It Down

With their new majority, progressive Democrats call for swift action. How far they go depends on the governor who some people counted out.

15 Questions

As the Navy Hill discussion drags on, our architecture critic offers other questions and suggestions to consider.

The Holiday Almanac

Looking ahead to holiday happenings, local gifts and giving thanks.

Selfie Central

Meet the designing elf who brings the holidays into the majestic Jefferson Hotel.

Handmade Holidays

Some places to shop for artisanal fare and local gifts.

Thankful for Hope

Three people who help run local homeless shelters share their stories and what it’s like for the homeless during the holidays.

Night at the Museum

Getting lost inside one of Edward Hopper’s most famous paintings at VMFA.

The Kids Are All Right

A second generation returns to run one of Richmond’s restaurant empires.

Taking the Fifth

In a too-close-to-predict race, whoever wins the 5th District City Council seat could influence the biggest economic development proposal in Richmond history.

The 2019 Top 40 Under 40

Young and dynamic, these are the people building a new Richmond before our eyes.

Justin Griffin, 30

Small Business Lawyer and Founder, NoColiseum.com

Avohom Carpenter, 32

Director of Civic Engagement, Virginia League of Conservation Voters

Matthew Morgan, 29

Deputy Director of Neighborhood Revitalization at Project: Homes

Brantley Tyndall, 32

Director of Outreach, Bike Walk RVA

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