Father-daughter duo, Robert and Fatima, started a new apparel company as a way to celebrate Black & Brown kids and adults, while at the same time giving back by donating part of their proceeds to causes in Richmond, VA such as mental health support, education, domestic & sexual violence survivors, LGBTQ+ youth, Black transgender women, & mentoring of Black girls. Published in Richmond Magazine's January 2021 Issue
Published in December Issue of Westhampton Guide Lisa Patten, executive director of the guest house, Scott Chasteen, house manager One of Reinhardt Guest House's weekly volunteers, Susanne Mitten, and the volunteer group Pink & Pearls host a soup potluck and “Yankee Swap”, a holiday tradition done for many years with the families that stay at the Reinhardt house.
Umi Sushi Bistro, Peter Chang China Cafe, and Saison are among some of the 25 restaurants in Richmond Magazine's guide to superlative restaurants in the Richmond Area. Published in Richmond Magazine's December 2019 issue. Umi Sushi Bistro Saison Peter Change China Cafe
St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Grove Ave has a range of activities inviting in the community in to a a place perceived as being for members only to one that welcomes all. Published by Richmond Magazine July 2019 Story written by Elizabeth Cogar Garner Stewart(left),manager of the church’s food pantry, with the Rev. Gary Jones, St. Stephen’s rector Shoppers visit the weekly Farmers Market at St. Stephen’s. Vendor Genovia Brown of Geescakes Shoppers visit the weekly Farmers
Chesterfield County Public Schools Superintendent Mervin Daugherty was an average student, until he found a mentor who inspired his career choice. Story by By Elizabeth Ferris Published in Richmond Magazine March 2019 Issue