Richmond Confidential gets a tour of the past from Donald Bastin, Executive Director of the Richmond Museum of History.
Richmond’s young talent shared their skills with family and friends at The East Bay Center for the Performing Arts winter show at the Civic Center Tuesday night.
Four years ago a local young woman decided it was more important to give than receive on Christmas Day. This year her family and friends are continuing the tradition by helping 400 people in Richmond.
Girls at Lake Elementary School improve their writing ability, communication skills and fitness level – all while having fun.
It was a classic Thanksgiving dinner – except for the burning sage, a prayer to the Great Spirit and a history lesson about Richmond’s Santa Fe Indian Village.
Native Art Night, hosted by the Native Wellness Center, marked American Indian Heritage Month in Richmond.
Courtney Cummings follows in her mother’s footsteps to provide care for the mental and cultural well-being of Native Americans at the recently-opened Native Wellness Center in Richmond.
Richmond’s city government strives to build empathy and understanding between races through public art.
These weaving classes are among the few options available in the Bay Area for people interested in this ancient art.
Health advocates fear that state budget cuts to HIV/AIDS prevention programs will increase the number of people contracting the virus in Richmond.
Following the Sept. 29 tsunami, members of Richmond’s Methodist Church of Samoa united with other Samoans in the Bay Area to collect material aid and send it to their homeland. The youth of the church spent two weeks packing clothes, food and toiletries into boxes. The congregation sent two shipments totaling 160 boxes to Apia, the capitol of Samoa.