The University of Richmond is sponsoring a Supplier Diversity Business Expo Jan. 11 at the Jepson Alumni Center.
When the hit Broadway musical "Monty Python's Spamalot" opens Friday night at the Carpenter Theater, the role of King Arthur will be played by a Virginian.
Brian Ford of RBC Wealth Management joins us Monday mornings for business news analysis.
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"Children of Eden," the musical opening tomorrow night at the Jewish Community Center on Monument Avenue, was written by Stephen Schwartz whose most recent Broadway hit is "Wicked."
The annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade kicked off the holiday season in Chase City.
A record breaking Tony Award winning Mel Brooks musical is the holiday offering from the new Virginia Repertory Theatre.
A unique service offered at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Three Chopt at Grove continues to grow in ecumenical popularity after two years.
Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln premiered in Los Angeles and Richmond last night with two invitation-only screenings at the Byrd Theater. Craig Carper reports.
There'll be a Richmond premiere tomorrow night when Theatre VCU opens the musical "Avenue Q."
Sheldon Retchin, Chief Executive Officer of Virginia Commonwealth University Health Systems and Vice President of Health Sciences at VCU spoke about the Affordable Care Act at the latest installment of the Eyes on Richmond speaker series. Craig Carper reports.