March 2011

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31 Mar 2011

Fans Get VCU Rams On Road To Final Four

Fans of the 2011 Final Four-bound men’s basketball team from Virginia Commonwealth University gathered Wednesday afternoon to show their support as the team boarded the bus to the airport.

11 Mar 2011

Picasso Comes to Richmond

The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is celebrating its 75th anniversary in a very special way. Until May, 2011 VFMA will be the exclusive home of works by the world-famous artist Pablo Picasso.

11 Mar 2011

Richmond Party Bus Has Daytime Route to Museums, Sites

Richmond’s popular green nighttime bus is now running during the day for museum tours.

09 Mar 2011

Students and Faculty Plant Rain Garden

Students and Faculty got together with Green Unity 4 VCU to help plant a garden on the Monroe Park Campus. Although, this isn’t an ordinary garden: Its a rain garden.

09 Mar 2011

Local Event Emphasizes Businesses to Network

Businesses are always trying different ways to make sure they’re ahead of the competition; One way is through networking.

08 Mar 2011

Richmond SPCA Hosts Microchip Clinic

Tabitha Hanes, Richmond SPCA community relations manager, spoke with VCU InSight about an upcoming clinic to insert microchips into pets.

08 Mar 2011

VCU Professor Wins Prestigious Art Grant

Corin Hewitt, a professor in VCU’s nationally top-ranked Department of Sculpture and Extended Media, has been named a winner of the 2010 Joan Mitchell Painters and Sculptors Grant.

08 Mar 2011

Carytown Building Vote Delayed

A controversial vote on the future of Richmond’s Carytown area might change the feel of the shopping district.

08 Mar 2011

Pauley Heart Center Celebrates Go Red for Women

By Sequoia RayVCU InSight RICHMOND, Va. — Registered Nurse Laura Savage from the VCU Pauley Heart Center sat down with VCU InSight to discuss ways to keep a healthier heart. February was heart health month, with a special emphasis on women with heart disease. According to the American Heart Association, 90 percent of women have […]

08 Mar 2011

Alternative Designs Proposed For Virginia Capital Trail

Two alternative designs have been proposed for the next phase of development for the Virginia Capital Trail, a separate trail or a widened shoulder along Route 5. The next phase will be constructed in Varina in eastern Henrico County.