Arts & Entertainment
Check out the highlights of the San Francisco Bay Trail along the Richmond shoreline, including a new railroad museum and a car graveyard. Our interactive map features tips on getting the most from the trail, whether you walk, run, bike or blade. Twenty-six miles of the trail lie in Richmond – more than in any other city.
First revived as a wild, technicolor reanimation of Mexico City’s public transit culture for a San Francisco art show, the flagship bus for Hafter’s Richmond-based business specializes in taking salsa lovers from around the Bay Area to Mission District Latin dance clubs.
Mykee Ramen lives in, owns and operates what he says is Richmond’s only underground punk rock club. But the 40-year-old doesn’t consider himself a punker, despite his bleached hair, tattoos and black wardrobe. For him, the club is a more of a sociological project, hobby and community center.
Looking for some fun without the kids after a long work week? Consider ‘time warping’ to Masquers Playhouse in Point Richmond to check out the stage production of The Rocky Horror Show. Sorry, no rice allowed.
What do Halloween and the Latino holiday Day of the Dead have in common? The Richmond Art Center’s On-Site Education Director, Kato Jaworski, said she pondered this question as she tried to come up with a theme for a holiday event at the center.
During weekends in October, Cohn-Stone Studios display hundreds of glass pumpkins in their garden. Visitors can select their favorite pieces to take home, and watch glass blowing in the studio.