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Rookie cafe owners perk up Bon Air

Rookie cafe owners perk up Bon Air

Michael Thompson October 22, 2014 2

A new coffee shop concept is getting off the ground in Bon Air with a little help from the community

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Software firm develops downtown expansion

Software firm develops downtown expansion

Michael Thompson October 21, 2014 1

The software company is leaving its West End office for a much larger space downtown.

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Developer plans to replace Museum District office with apartments

Developer plans to replace Museum District office with apartments

Michael Thompson October 20, 2014 4

A developer has a Museum District office building under contract with plans to build apartments or condos on the site, and the project would be the second office conversion in the works in the

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Potter molds Richmond debut

Potter molds Richmond debut

Michael Thompson October 20, 2014 0

Kilns and pottery wheels in tow, a Maryland-based clay company has expanded into Richmond with its eye on the local arts scene

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VMFA rounds up new donors online

VMFA rounds up new donors online

Michael Thompson October 19, 2014 0

A local museum marked the opening of its latest exhibition by closing on a round of online fundraising

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Two companies get a shout-out from Fortune Magazine

Two companies get a shout-out from Fortune Magazine

Michael Thompson October 19, 2014 0

Fortune magazine released its annual Inner City 100 list of fast-growing urban-based companies in last week, and two Richmond firms made the list

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Fitness studio stretches Southside

Fitness studio stretches Southside

Michael Thompson October 16, 2014 0

A niche fitness brand that started in Carytown last year is opening its second location in Midlothian

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Curtain falls on downtown restaurant and music venue

Curtain falls on downtown restaurant and music venue

Michael Thompson October 16, 2014 3

A restaurant and music venue is shutting down after nearly 10 years in business, and its owner points to the big-name brands eating up the VCU student market

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VMFA unveils Forbidden City exhibit

VMFA unveils Forbidden City exhibit

Michael Thompson October 15, 2014 0

The VMFA held a preview event on Wednesday of its new Forbidden City exhibit, which features a collection of pieces borrowed from the Palace Museum in Beijing.

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