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Broadway classic set to open at McMath

Broadway classic set to open at McMath

The McMath drama department will stage the Broadway classic Harvey, a story about Elwood P. Dowd and his imaginary friend, a six-and-a half-foot rabbit.
Playing the generation game in Richmond

Playing the generation game in Richmond

Gateway Theatre's latest offering sees a grandfather sharing his home with his granddaughter

Be the best woman you can be: Author

Boomer-angst and estrogen form a powerful storm that hits in alternating waves of life mantras and business advice, aimed at breaking down the barriers women have built for themselves, in a new book by Richmond author and entrepreneur Linda Samis.

Revealing the 'Naked' truth

Almost from the very moment of being diagnosed with breast cancer, Bif Naked knew it was an event in her life she was going to willingly share.

Mediocrity: Settling with being 'good enough'

In high school, there are always the students that seem to have it all together. They somehow manage to juggle athletic commitments, leadership responsibilities, club meetings and a social life...

CARP kicks off season with fitness drive

CARP launched its brand new Richmond chapter with a bang last month, hosting a Valentine's Day bash. The over-45s health, wellness and advocacy group is now aiming to continue that momentum through spring with a doubleheader called "Fitness for 100+.

Nuclear angst shaped writer's generation

For Cold War kids, the prospect of nuclear missiles ending the world in apocalyptic fashion was a stark reality, and the basis of a new novel by Steveston's Nancy Lee.

Freedom of City parade for battalion

A military parade and ceremony will convey Freedom of the City to the newly-created 39 Service Battalion of the Canadian Armed Forces at Richmond City Hall on Saturday, April 12.
Play explores taboo territory

Play explores taboo territory

Minh Ly makes his professional debut as a playwright with Ga Ting, meaning “family” in Cantonese, a play that explores the sensitive subjects of death and sexuality within the Chinese-Canadian community.

Final call for Richmond Arts Awards nominations

The curtain call for nominations for the 2014 Richmond Arts Awards is nearing and organizers are reminding the public to submit their 1,000 words or less pitches.