Arts & Entertainment
The Bay Area is home to many different cultures and communities, but there is one sub-culture that is often overlooked: paranormal investigators. They examine both private residences and allegedly haunted locations to determine if there is a ghostly presence there. Investigators then attempt to communicate with spirits using mediums or gadgets from their arsenal of detection tools. Click the video above to learn more about how ghost hunting works.
Last Tuesday, Richmond’s Public Art Advisory Committee (PAAC) met to discuss Percent for Art in Private Development, an ordinance that would earmark one percent of large-scale private development project funds for the creation and inclusion of public artwork on the site of new Richmond businesses. “We want business owners to think about the one percent fund allocation as an opportunity to add art to an already existing, necessary part of their development project,” said Michele Seville, Arts and Culture Manager…
The El Cerrito Police Department hosted a Pokémon Go block party to connect with the community and raise awareness of potential hazards to players.
On Saturday, a sign at the museum’s entrance read, “Please help us redesign our exhibit! Please remember the Richmond Museum of History cannot be a local museum without the input of the community!”
At the annual Point Richmond Music Festival, which held its last concert of the season last Friday, neighbors greeted each other with handshakes and hugs.