Richmonders celebrate their love of food. They share photos of meals, write blogs, attend cultural festivals, are in-the-know about pop-up restaurants, delve into food truck courts, explore the latest hard cider and beer microbreweries, and create events like Richmond Restaurant Week and Broad Appetit. Richmond is becoming known as much for food as it is […]
Nhat Pham, a Richmond-based new media strategist and beer geek, sat down with An Bui, chief beer officer at Mekong, to chat local brew. Mekong recently won national attention as one of the nation’s “Greatest American Beer Bars” by Craftbeer.com. Nhat: How have you seen the local beer scene change in recent years? An: It’s […]
When GRID Magazine first met up with Photosynthesizers two years ago, the band-then little over two years old-had been performing at a furious pace and was in the process of completing their EP, Speakers in Black Holes. Since then, they’ve stepped back, reformulated, and overcome to reemerge with av fresh take on their musical message.
“This is my morning, every day,” Noelle Archibald says after a cup of espresso the size of a golf ball and a butter croissant is placed before her. “This is why I do this.” This, for Archibald and her two business partners (one of whom also plays the role of husband), is the operation of […]
A Richmond cider startup is joining the growing artisan food and beverage movement brewing in Manchester. Courtney Mailey’s Blue Bee Cider brews its apple juice and fermented cider in a 4,800-square-foot converted warehouse space next to the Corrugated Box Building and across from the Legend Brewery and features a tasting room with panoramic views of […]
Over the years I have formed tribes, called them in powerfully, stumbled into them, killed them totally, some I just quietly walked away from and some still go on today. They are a force of goodness and also, at the same time, can be so hard too as we grow and move through life. I guess this is the human condition, nothing is quite easy but probably worth the work of connecting.
Coming together at locations throughout the city, artists and the public recently met for a one-night exhibition to experience light in a new way.
Hold on tight. The way we give is about to change. There is a new plan. Inside a ground-level office in Richmond, easily accessible to the public, Marti Beller thrusts her cell phone forward. On the screen is a photo of Beller at graduation. With big hair and a big smile, you have to look hard to see the resemblance.