Several articles in the Nov. 16, 2023, edition of the Richmond Free Press chronicled the discovery of more than 140 badly decaying boxes containing personal documents, artifacts and archival materials that belonged to the late civil rights attorney and Virginia ...
It’s the season of giving thanks — and it turns out humans have been doing it for a long, long time.
“Memorial Without Witness,” an exhibit of eight floor-to-ceiling size photographs taken at the Auschwitz death camp by Dr. Charles W. Sydnor Jr., will be on display at the Virginia Holocaust Museum until Nov. 30.
Four years ago, James S. “Jim” Junot said he was just testing some new software to see if it would improve the sports information operation he runs at Virginia Union University.
Since 2008’s “Iron Man,” the Marvel machine has been one of the most unstoppable forces
Dennis T. Clark has been appointed to serve as the 10th librarian of Virginia.
“Kemba,” a movie based on the true story of Richmond native Kemba Smith, made its world premiere this week at the Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival.
Richmond area youths auditioned for the City Dance Theater Nov. 4 at Pine Camp Cultural Arts Center. The City Dance Theater is an award-winning ensemble of approximately 15 young men and women. Together they bring excitement and creativity to movement.
When the Richmond Symphony takes the stage for two performances this weekend, one of the pieces they will perform is being billed as “the greatest symphony you’ve never heard.”
Three youth football teams from the city-based Richmond Bandits made it to title games in their age brackets, but none came away with a title.
Movie review: ‘Rustin,’ with an outstanding Colman Domingo, is a terrific look at March on Washington
The 1963 March on Washington drew an estimated 250,000 people from across the country — the largest march at that point in American history — and was the place where Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his iconic “I Have ...
Richmond Public Library will celebrate memory, music and community in honor of the library’s 100th anniversary Saturday, Nov. 4.
Dr. Gladys B. West, the African-American mathematician whose mapping of the world enabled Global Positioning System (GPS), was chosen by the newly launched National Center of Women’s Innovations (NCWI) as its inaugural “Forgotten Women Innovator.”
The achievements of four beaux (young men) will be recognized during the Profes- sionals Reaching Out to the Community (PROC) Founda- tion’s 27th Beautillion on Nov. 11 at the Greater Richmond Convention Center. The Beautillion offers high school juniors and ...
The Virginia Museum of History & Culture (VMHC) and 24 other local organizations will present Halloween fun at the inaugural Trunk or Treat community event that will take place at the museum on Oct. 27.