In one of her photo essays, City of Pride and Purpose, artist Mindy Pines, captures Richmond on election day.
Once a struggling nonprofit, Richmond's Rubicon Bakery is now a thriving business and loyal local employer for those who need it most.
Richmond Police Department is launching a new “john-shaming” campaign to take prostitutes off Richmond’s 23rd street.
An art center in Richmond has been bridging artists with disabilities and the community for 32 years. The walls are colorful, and the people more so.
Grey skies didn’t put a damper on this year’s Cinco de Mayo celebration. Trumpets blared, people danced, elote locos were wolfed downed by everyone and Dora the Explorer even made an appearance. For more of...
About 2,000 Richmond and San Pablo elementary school children took home a toy each at the annual 23rd Street Merchants Association Toy Giveaway in Richmond on Tuesday.
The East Bay Municipal Utility District, which supplies drinking water and water treatment to East Bay cities from Castro Valley to Crockett, has announced plans to lay new three-foot-wide water pipes beneath a stretch of...
The one mile long stretch of the 23rd Street in Richmond was filled to capacity with people who took part in the 5th annual Cinco the Mayo street festival on Sunday, which was organized by...
23rd Street merchants wonder what happens after two Latino council members lose.
For the 28th consecutive year, longtime Richmond native Rick Spencer has hastily set up shop, outdoors and a bevy of lush, aromatic Firs. Bab's Christmas Trees is open for business at 1030 23rd Street.
Pepito's Deli has been a local institution since the late-1970s, serving Richmond authentic cuisines passed down through generations of the Mexican American family that still owns and operates the restaurant.
For almost 20 years, Eloisa Martinez’s beauty salon has been a hub for Hispanic community gathering in Richmond.