Saturday, October 25, 2014

An Interview with Reggie Pace of NO BS! Brass and More

I recently had the opportunity to meet up with local musician Reginald Pace, co-founder of NO BS! Brass and a fellow who is involved in a staggering number of creative projects.  He was kind enough to meet me at Kuba Kuba, a favorite that I was SURE I’d reviewed before, but guess I haven’t.  It’s […]

Historic Jackson Ward – “The Harlem Of The South”

Historic Jackson Ward is one of Richmond, Virginia’s oldest and well-preserved neighborhoods.  Located east of Belvidere, west of Shockoe Bottom, and north of Broad, Jackson Ward is home to some of Richmond’s most beautiful historic buildings, in addition to being the historical center of African-American culture during the early 1900’s. While Jackson Ward was settled […]

What to Do In Richmond, VA – Halloween Weekend (10/30/09 – 11/1/09

October 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Landmarks, Music, Totally Richmond

One of the coolest things to happen in Richmond is Gallery 5′s Carnival of 5 Fires.  Few places in our fair city put the time and effort that Gallery 5 does – a pull-out-all-the-stops, spare-no-effort type of event that will bombard you with visual, musical, and performance art and put you into a total sensory […]