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Loving Lemons is now open in the former Cyclus spot. The new retail shop across from ERA Vintage offers an array of gift items and accessories including purses and jewelry, and plans to be open Wednesday-Sunday.
An undated photo of the Fulton Gas Works and Chimborazo from the special collections at the Library of Virginia.
When Lee Gregory talks about “a special time” in Richmond, the chef of the youthful Roosevelt restaurant isn’t referring to the Washington Redskins’ recent first-ever training camp in Virginia’s capital or the city’s ongoing celebration of the sesquicentennial of the Civil War. What Lee is describing is a dining scene engaging enough to merit a drive from Washington,
a path this diner made twice over recent weekends.
Locals say corporate establishments in Richmond are giving way to more personal independent restaurants, a trend spurred in part by what Travis Croxton, a local oyster purveyor, calls a greater cultural awareness among diners and “chefs pushing each other,
in a friendly way.”
PHOTOS by Norm Shafer / FOR THE WASHINGTON POST
VIA: Church Hill People’s News / http://chpn.net/news/2013/08/27/love-from-d-c-for-dutch-and-co-and-the-roosevelt_28760/
eravintage: New for Fall! 3 piece glider/rocker/chair set. This sturdy set is in amazing condition. It has been kept & maintained indoors for years. $600.
VIA: Church Hill People’s News / http://chpn.net/news/2013/08/23/for-sale-gliderrockerchair-set_28704/
VIA: Church Hill People’s News / http://chpn.net/news/2013/08/16/immigration-rally-set-for-libby-hill_28592/
Silver Persinger has video from a Tea Party Town Hall on Immigration held this past Monday, August 12 at Jefferson Park: Richmond, Virginia
Speakers included Roy Beck, President NumbersUSA, Helen Marie Taylor, Vice President, Eagle Forum, film maker Ron Maxwell, Republican Representative from Iowa, Congressman Steve King, George Rodriguez, Tea Party Patriots – San Antonio, Texas, Corey Stewart, Chairman at Large, Prince William County Board of Supervisors, from Black American Leadership Alliance, Leah Durant, Founder, and Kevin Martin, and from The Remembrance Project, Maria Espinoza, Founder and Director and Laura Wilkerson.
VIA: Church Hill People’s News / http://chpn.net/news/2013/08/15/tea-party-town-hall-on-immigration-at-jefferson-park_28578/
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