Veronica Moscoso, is an Ecuadorian storyteller who narrates through radio, video, photos and short stories. She lived in the Middle East, South East Asia and now in California.
Stories by Veronica
The restored East Brother Light Station, turned into a unique bed and breakfast, is still standing and kept alive thanks to its dedicated innkeepers.
Richmond residents had fun celebrating National Day Out Tuesday evening, hosting block parties in 24 different neighborhoods.
This evening 24 neighborhoods in Richmond will join National Night Out, an annual nationwide event celebrated since 1984.
This past Saturday the Contra Costa College Community Chess Tournament took place bringing a diverse crowd of participants.
An aging and leaky system is responsible for the sewer rate hike for residents within the Richmond Municipal Sewer District.
Point Isabel has become a very popular dog park in Richmond. People and dogs had made Mudpuppy’s and the Sit and Stay Café part of...
Teenage singers, dancers, a saxophone player and a band gave their best at the Richmond Memorial Auditorium last Friday during the Richmond’s Got Talent show.
Richmond was recently awarded for installing in 2009 more solar watts per capita than any other large city in California.
The Richmond Grows Seed Lending Library opened just a couple months ago and it's another community effort to grow food locally.
The communities of Richmond and El Cerrito have been in shock by the homicide of Asama Ayyad, a 20-year old known for his peaceful spirit.
BART and bus riders from Richmond and neighboring cities give their opinion about the verdict in the Johannes Mehserle trial.
Fire season started two weeks ago for Richmond. The city has undeveloped areas and urban interface areas that are at a very high risk for...