Black Pride RVA, the first event of its kind in Virginia, kicks off its inaugural year July 20-22, 2018. Checkout the events here.
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.
Virginia is truly open and welcoming to everyone and Q Weddings wants to make your wedding day special.
Richmond is on the map for arts and culture. Tucked away on the northern side of Broad St. is a gem of a gallery that is part of Diversity Richmond.
Richmond has quickly become a city known for its food scene. With all that buzz, it means you have to plan your dining itinerary in advance. We can help.
Wherever you are in Richmond, there's plenty to see during the holidays. From tacky light tours in the region's west end to downtown brunch, go out and make your season bright.
Richmond has its own affiliate of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce to promote LGBT affirming businesses.
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.