The Home Builders Association of Richmond presents the 68th Annual Prade of Homes beginning Oct. 5. It will run all four weekends in October. The self-guided tour of the region's top new homes is free to the public and includes 73 homes built by 29 builder members. Well more than half of the homes will be decorated. The homes are located…
Happy October, Midlothian. Do you see the changing leaves yet? This month is a great time to take a drive down our scenic roads and bask in the beauty of our state. Need some inspiration first? In this issue, we feature members of our community who make us proud. First, take a trip through Virginia’s rich history and … Continued
Few of Loudoun’s glorious old mills survived the Civil War, but those that did have stories to tell. The Union Capital was just over the Potomac River, but Loudoun was in the heart of Confederate Virginia. Most joined the Confederate Army, but another group joined the Union Army, and Loudoun soon became a battleground, frequently dividing families.
Beside the mailbox in rural Lovettsville is a whimsical road sign that says “Xutopia.” It’s an obvious play on words for artist Jordan Xu but also a nod to his approach to painting people from every background, culture, race, age and gender.
September is a month of anticipation. With approaching fall fashion trends, fresh color palettes and home renovations, we breathe in a breath of crisp fall air and look forward to new beginnings. So it is with much excitement that we present you, dear reader, with our style issue. In this issue of Midlothian Lifestyle, we offer you a lesson in chic … Continued
Midlothian Business Alliance Breakfast Meeting Midlothian Business Alliance will hold a breakfast meeting on Thursday, Sept. 5, at Thunderbolt Indoor Karting 7:30-9 a.m. The MBA protects and enhances both the business and community environment of Midlothian and is a great way to network and build relationships within the Midlothian community. MidloBusiness.com The Market at Magnolia Green, Saturdays Through October … Continued
In 1979, a group of good Samaritans joined together to establish the League of Animal Rights, a non-euthanizing organization committed to improving the lives of pets in need in Central Virginia. In 1986, the organization changed names to Richmond Animal League.
Closet Factory owners, Bryan and Teresa Mueller, presented a $29,000 check to the Bon Secours Foundation July 23 to support pediatric care in Richmond. Bryan and Teresa celebrated Closet Factory’s 20th anniversary with a fundraising celebration and donated a percentage of sales proceeds from their business for the months of April and May.
Teen and tween girls are fierce. Whether competing on the soccer field, learning to code or mastering an instrument, they are always finding new ways to showcase their talents and express themselves. Academics, athletics and extracurriculars stretch them in every direction.