The 2014 Date with Dad Weekend, presented by Camp Diva, a Richmond-based non-profit that prepares girls of African descent for their passage into womanhood, is scheduled for Friday, March 14-Sunday, March 16, 2014. This year, the weekend not only includes its traditional dances, interactive events, and charity walk,
but it also includes something for mothers. The [...]
Did you know that 100% of McDonald’s locations in the Greater Richmond area are independently owned and operated by a franchisee? These men and women live and work in your communities and were each asked to share their personal sentiments about Black History Month and what it means to them to be an African American [...]
The ninth annual Richmond Youth Peace Project Educoncert–Generation Dream 2014–commemorating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. will feature performances by talented teens throughout the Richmond region. This inspirational show is free and the public is invited to attend; youth groups are welcome.
Generation Dream 2014 has two shows scheduled in Richmond: Friday [...]
Preschoolers at the VCU Health System Child Care Center at Northside Family Learning Center on W. Graham Road represent the first segment of the workforce pipeline in the City of Richmond. Paul Koonce (far right), CEO of Dominion Virginia Power, recently toured the facility with Sarah Verno, Assistant Site Director, to observe the students engaged [...]
Every year people go to stores, buy gifts, and exchange them with family and friends. Some spend tons of money on material items. Others would rather just spend a quiet evening at home with those who matter to them most. Christmas dinner is prepared, and everyone reflects on the year. Either way, time spent with [...]