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West End theater to close, slated for redevelopment

West End theater to close, slated for redevelopment

Katie Demeria January 26, 2015 17

A local family has taken over two properties - including a small movie theater - near Libbie and Grove avenues and is looking into potential redevelopment plans with the theater's closing date approaching

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Local developers zero in on West End mall

Local developers zero in on West End mall

Katie Demeria January 22, 2015 5

Two big names in the local real estate scene are nearing a deal to buy a West End mall. And the firms' reputations hint at a major overhaul

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Entrepreneurs wheel out their mobile party

Entrepreneurs wheel out their mobile party

Michael Thompson January 21, 2015 3

With a 14-person bike trolley on the way, two entrepreneurs are getting ready to roll out their social startup that will carry riders on tours of Richmond's restaurants and breweries.

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Family cidery plants roots in Goochland

Family cidery plants roots in Goochland

Michael Thompson January 11, 2015 3

A self-described "modern day Brady Bunch" came to Richmond from California to follow their dream of owning a farm and winery.

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Fitness franchise fills old Kmart space

Fitness franchise fills old Kmart space

Michael Thompson January 8, 2015 4

A Florida businessman is pushing another fitness brand into the Richmond market. And the first local gym will take up the last chunk of space left by a shut-down Kmart

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Nasdaq scoops up local firm

Nasdaq scoops up local firm

Michael Schwartz January 6, 2015 1

A nearly 30-year-old Southside investment firm has been sold to the New York stock giant for $225 million.

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Q&A: Stone Brewing’s Greg Koch

Q&A: Stone Brewing’s Greg Koch

Michael Thompson January 4, 2015 9

Richmond BizSense caught up with Greg Koch, a co-founder of Stone Brewing Co. As Stone readies for its huge entrance into Richmond and the East Coast, Koch talks about responding to critics, the craft

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BizSense launches second site in Colo.

BizSense launches second site in Colo.

Aaron Kremer January 2, 2015 16

BizSense is heading west. On Jan. 2, we are launching a second business news website to bring the same coverage and sharp reporting to Denver

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The 10 most-read stories of 2014

The 10 most-read stories of 2014

Evelyn Rupert December 31, 2014 0

Thanks to our readers, 2014 was Richmond BizSense's biggest year yet. Here's a look back at some of the top stories from this past year, including the Carytown Cupcake law, a handful of multimillion-dollar

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Editor’s picks: Our favorite BizSense stories of 2014

Editor’s picks: Our favorite BizSense stories of 2014

Michael Schwartz December 31, 2014 0

The quirky, the scandalous and interesting stories that stuck with us among the nearly 1,000 published this year include articles focused on beer, identity theft, heavy metal music and a $160 million development project

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