Riders for Readers, made up of motorcycle enthusiasts, has been providing books to elementary school children in the area for eight years. Saturday, they'll celebrate with food and a band at the new home of Velocity Motorcycles on Marshall Street. The purpose is also to raise money to buy more books. A feature report by John Ogle.
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Author James Zogby spoke to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond May 11 on "What the Arabs are saying about us and why it matters." It was broadcast on WCVE Forum May 29.
Greg Fairchild, executive director of the Tayloe Murphy Center at University of Virginia Darden School of Business, discusses the purposes of the awards and how qualified community businesses might enter.
The Children's Museum of Richmond is beginning a pilot program to provide parents, teachers, and caregivers with instant information about exhibits children are seeing.
WCVE Public Radio hosted a public forum on Asperger's Disorder on April 18. It was broadcast on WCVE Forum May 1 at 6:00 pm.
It’s a big day for the elementary school students from 68 elementary schools around the Richmond area who will be arriving at Virginia Commonwealth University this morning for the 10th Annual Mini-Economy Market Day.
Guest Speaker: Stefan Halper, Professor of Politics & International Studies at Cambridge University. This program was conducted by the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond January, 17, 2011, and broadcast on WCVE Forum January 30.
Guest Speaker: Bruce Reidel, Senior Foreign Policy Fellow, Brookings Institute. The program was conducted by the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond, February 17, 2011, and broadcast on WCVE Forum February 27.
The Virginia Interfaith Center will present one of the founders of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Monday evening at 6 at the Holocaust Museum.
The President of the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations spoke to the World Affairs Council of Greater Richmond on WCVE Forum.