For more than a hundred years, historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church has presented a series of guest preachers during the Christian season of Lent, which begins on Ash Wednesday.
PBS President Paula Kerger was asked about state and federal funding for noncommerical broadcasting being targeted for elimination.
The Peter Paul Development Center will celebrate 32 years of service to children in Richmond's east end tonight at the University of Richmond's Jepson Alumni Center.
Childrens' entertainers will appear at CenterStage.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church concluded the 14th season of the Eyes on Richmond speaker series on Friday with Bobby Ukrop, who discussed his new project, a world class aquatics facility for the Richmond Region.
Laura Lafayette, CEO of the Richmond Association of Realtors, spoke about the recession’s effect on housing opportunity at the latest installment of the Eyes on Richmond speaker series.
Virginia’s 3rd District Congressman, Democrat Bobby Scott spoke about his desire to reduce the federal deficit without the need for substantial cuts to government programs at the latest installment of the Eyes on Richmond Speaker Series at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Craig Carper reports.
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A Community Conversation on Geriatric Wellness, hosted by WCVE Public Radio, the VCU School of Psychiatry and Richmond Magazine, was recorded on October 11th, 2011 at the WCVE Studios and broadcast on WCVE Forum Oct. 16.
Christy Coleman, President and CEO of the American Civil War Center spoke about the roles of history, heritage and memory at Friday’s most recent installment of the Eyes on Richmond series at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
When "Wicked" opens Wednesday night at Richmond's Landmark Theater, it will be a kind of homecoming for one of the Broadway musical's stars.