The RTD’s Discover Richmond touches on history, people, food, culture, travel and more – the topics that help define our great city and region. Enjoy the journey!
Those of us in the news business struggle with this: balancing the day’s news with other angles that, as with Discover Richmond, remind us that our community is fascinating and vibrant on its best days – and even on its toughest.
We hope that soon, we will return to fully savoring the culture, history, food and more that have made Richmond one of the brightest lights of regional reinvention in recent decades. In that spirit, our new edition explores a range of topics:
* We visit a baker's dozen of local places whose ovens turn out sweet and savory delights.
* We find a rural enclave in Midlothian that features a throwback: a former general store with roots in the 19th century.
* We touch base with a devoted local flock who keep alive the hobby and sport of ... pigeons.
* We also highlight the artistry of hand-painted signs. We review Virginia's last days as a larger state. And we reveal a curious disappearing act from nature.
We even get to the root of a stunning flower that shines only briefly in this new season. And in our spring of uncertainty, we hope this edition reminds you of the beauty and richness around us.
Be well, Richmond. Let’s soon rediscover the richness of our community.
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Saturday, April 11, 帝豪棋牌
When Ed Gale of Chesterfield County is asked to do a ceremonial dove release, no problem. Just don't expect doves.
As the coronavirus occupies our thoughts, the RTD's latest Discover Richmond magazine highlights a taste of local comforts – for now or in better times.
Mike Carroll still remembers walking through the front door and seeing the candy.
Monday, February 17, 帝豪棋牌
"The Kingfish" was doing a little celebrating at The Jefferson Hotel.
Kevin O'Donnell is special – the way the dodo was special.
History isn't written in stone, but along Virginia roads you'll find it emblazoned on familiar silver and black plaques.
Sunday, August 11, 2019
What would Mickey Mouse have to say about slavery?