Saturday is the anniversary of the Pearl Harbor attack that brought the United States into World War II. There will be a ceremony at the Virginia War Memorial.
CARITAS, the inter-faith organization that provides emergency shelter, also works to help families avoid becoming homeless. Saturday they’re having a furniture drive.
The Broadway in Richmond series reared its head at the Landmark Theatre last night with the opening of "Warhorse."
Author Gwen Cooper’s "Homer’s Odyssey" is a New York Times best seller. Her latest book, "Loves Saves the Day," is now out in paperback, and Cooper, who routinely donates 10 percent of her royalties, is is donating 200 percent of first week royalties to a blind cat rescue sanctuary.
From the WCVE Newsroom, John Ogle has this report on the release of the Global Slavery Index and an event tomorrow night at The University of Richmond.
You may see people wearing a purple ribbon during October. Its intended to be a reminder that this is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. In Henrico County, Safe Harbor, an advocacy group for survivors, is handing out ribbons and talking about the problem.
The Goochland Health and Fitness Expo will happen tomorrow at the Sports Complex on Fair Grounds Road from
10 until 2.
Fort Lee’s annual Run for the Fallen is set for Saturday the 19th at Williams Stadium.
Henley Street Theatre and Richmond Shakespeare have teamed up with the Triangle Players to stage Oscar Wilde’s classic comedy "The Importance of Being Earnest."