Virginia came out full force at this year’s PrideFest on Brown’s Island.
Via GayRVA.com - When you enter The Tottering Teacup, you’re immediately welcomed by displays of pride. Various coordinating colors string together to create a handmade knit hat on each of the workers in the tea shop.
The Henrico County Library is launching an inclusive LGBTQIA+ book discussion group for Richmond at Libbie Mill Library this October.
SEPT 20 - Celebrate Virginia PrideFest 2018 with a sketch comedy show that explores the joys and frustrations of being queer, written and performed by LGBTQ+ Richmonders. Proceeds benefit Side by Side, an organization dedicated to creating supportive communities where Virginia's LGBTQ+ youth can define themselves, belong, and flourish.
Scott’s Addition has just become more colorful. The neighborhood is putting its pride on display — permanently. The intersection at Altamont Avenue and W. Marshall Street has been painted in a fanned out rainbow. (via GayRVA.com)
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts’ newest exhibit, “Napoleon: Power and Splendor,” will feature more than 200 pieces of art depicting the life of Napoleon Bonaparte, minor nobleman, military general, and self-titled French Emperor.
Get your drink on for a good cause this summer. Starting this May and running through August, Q Rooftop and VA Pride are hosting Thirst, an afterwork party from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. every first and third Thursday.
I love trying out new restaurants and visiting old favorites while washing it all down with great beer at the seemingly endless list of local craft breweries.
"I love the diversity of Richmond. It's such a vibrant community and there's so much to do and I love how it's continuing to grow."
"I love going to events at the various breweries in town and keep an eye on the National for bands I want to see."
Angela's favorite parts of the Richmond region are Maymont Park and Carytown.