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Fresh baked cookies. Cold milk. Hot coffee. Delivered past midnight.
Sunday – Wednesday : 6pm – 1am
Thursday – Saturday : 6pm – 2am
We’re so excited to have them as part of the Retail Merchants Association family.
Sustainable Technology Institute (STI) provides a myriad of energy efficiency related services to the central Virginia region.
STI prides itself in its holistic view of sustainable energy training and urban revitalization.
We’re so excited to have Oil & Vinegar as a new member of Retail Merchants Association.
About Oil & Vinegar. Oil & Vinegar offers a wide range of international food & cooking products in Mediterranean-style surroundings. The focal point of our store is the ‘amphora wall’ which houses international Extra Virgin Olive Oil and vinegars.
Richmond Bizsense covered the great news:
Kathleen Richardson, owner, has a 10-year lease for a 1,381 square-foot space on the Broad Street property’s first floor. Kathleen says that she hopes to open the new store before the end of VCU’s spring semester.
“I think we resonate with sort of that college crowd,” Kathleen said. “They’re really on the forefront of eating local and sustainably grown and all the things we stand for.”
And as has been the case each time she opens a new location, Kathleen said another Urban Farmhouse is already in the works.
“Shortly it will be in another up-and-coming area in Richmond,” she said.
Congratulations on the new location and the great mention in Richmond BizSense, Kathleen!
Have you heard the whispers around Richmond about the great new dinning event, Fire, Flour & Fork? It seemed this was a dining event Richmond would never actually see.
Until last week.
Here we go Richmond, the website for Fire, Flour & Fork has launched!
Real Richmond Food Tours has launched this new site with the schedule and line up for the event!
Check out all the details on the site: www.fireflourandfork.com.
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More than 950 riders have already registered for the fifth-annual Anthem Moonlight Ride scheduled for Saturday, August 16.
The untimed, family-friendly, Anthem Moonlight Ride starts and finishes at Sports Backers Stadium. It features the “Full Moon” (17-mile) and the “Half Moon” (8-mile) courses, which will both be free of automobile traffic, going through Lakeside, Bryan Park, and the near west end. Prizes from Blue Moon will be awarded for Best Costume and Tackiest Lights. All riders receive a commemorative event T-shirt, a Blue Moon beer or soda, a slice of pizza, and an ice cream treat along with live music from local artists Against Grace.
The adult and youth registration fees are set to increase by $5 on July 16. The price hike will make adult registration $40 and youth registration $20. The increase will take effect on July 15 at 11:59 p.m. Online registration will remain open until August 13 at 11:59 p.m.
Once again, an early packet pick-up option will be available on Friday, August 15 at Sports Backers Stadium. This will take place from 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m.
Friday, August 15
4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. – Packet pick up available at Sports Backers Stadium
Saturday, August 16
6:00 p.m. – Registration and packet pick-up open
6:00 p.m. – Vendor village opens
8:00 p.m. – Anthem Moonlight Ride begins in waves
9:00 p.m. – Agee’s Post-Ride Party begins
All riders are required to wear a helmet, and bikes must be equipped with a front and rear light. These safety rules will be strictly enforced.
Agee’s will be offering free in-store bicycle safety inspections until Wednesday, August 13. In addition to the inspections, riders participating in the event can receive 10 percent off all parts and labor in the store through August 13. The Agee’s team will be on hand at Moonlight Ride for any sort of bike maintenance such as tire repair.
Walk up registration will be available on event day for $50 (adults) and $25 (youth). For further event details and registration information, visit www.sportsbackers.org.
Let’s give them a big RMA welcome!
We opened Art Works in 2003 to serve the artists of Richmond by providing a place to make, exhibit and sell artwork. Our vision has been realized , grown and is always renewing itself as we’ve become an integral part of the community. We have ties with Easter Seals UCP, the Richmond SPCA, Earth Day Richmond Festival, Richmond high school arts programs and more.