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Mastering the Augusta Golf Experience in Richmond

For a golf enthusiast, there’s simply nothing better than a trip to Augusta in April. From the blooms to the food, timeless traditions and the classic sport of golf create a masterful and iconic experience. But a trip to Georgia is not the easiest, and securing tickets can be even more challenging, which is why we’ve put together an itinerary embodying the spirit of Augusta in April, right here in Richmond.

Peter Millar polo shirts with JMU and University of Richmond logos Francos Fine Clothier

Dress the Part

While they may not sell green jackets, Franco’s Fine Clothier has an extensive array of Peter Millar polo shirts and pullovers that look as good on and off the course. Plus, unlike in Augusta, you can get one with your favorite Virginia college.

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By |2024-04-11T12:09:39-04:00April 11, 2024|Article, Itineraries|0 Comments
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Richmond’s Springtime Splendor: A Guide to Parks and Local Eats for the Perfect Picnic

From cherry blossoms to daffodils, pops of green around every corner, and vibrant tulips lining the sidewalks, Richmond truly shows off every spring. While the heat of the summer hasn’t yet arrived and the chill of winter is long gone, it’s the perfect chance to visit one of Richmond’s many parks. From secret pocket parks to sprawling grounds along the river, the city is home to an impressive collection of unique and welcoming outdoor spaces, all of which create the perfect backdrop for a springtime picnic. We’ve paired each park with a nearby locally-owned business for the perfect spring afternoon.

the rocks at Belle Isle in Richmond on the James River Belle Isle

Belle Isle

The perfect destination for adventure-seekers. A day spent traversing the trails circling this “island” in the James River and dipping into […]

By |2024-03-28T14:20:34-04:00March 28, 2024|Article, Itineraries|0 Comments

A Charming Day in Church Hill

Steeped in history and charm, Church Hill is Richmond’s oldest neighborhood, replete with picturesque cobblestone streets, stately Queen Anne homes, and historic churches and sites. Locally-owned shops, galleries, and restaurants offer locals and visitors alike unique experiences reminiscent of spending a day in a small town. Continue reading for tips on how to spend a day in this charming neighborhood perched on Richmond’s East End.


pastry at sub rosa bakery in the church hill neighborhood of richmond va Sub Rosa Bakery


Rise and Shine

Take a leisurely stroll through Church Hill’s charming streets to grab a cup of coffee at Riverbend Roastery, green juice from  North End Juice Co., or a pastry at Sub Rosa Bakery. Grab your food to go and enjoy it at Libby Hill Park, overlooking the Richmond skyline. Check out the […]

By |2023-11-09T16:13:47-05:00November 9, 2023|Article, Itineraries|0 Comments
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Eight Women-Owned Businesses in Richmond

October is National Women-Owned Business Month, and we can’t let it pass without celebrating some of the incredible women entrepreneurs in Richmond, Virginia. According to the U.S. Census Bureau, there were more than 13,200 women-owned businesses in Richmond in 2021, a number which only continues to grow with each year. From tech startups to retail boutiques, women-owned businesses are a vital part of the Richmond economy. Here are just a few of the many women-owned businesses in Richmond that are making a difference in the community.

Women-owned business, Mamie's Apothecary in Richmond's Carytown shopping district Mamie’s Apothecary

Mamie’s Apothecary and Lex’s of Carytown

This pair of businesses are both owned by Lisa McSherry and sit side-by-side in the heart of Carytown.

Inspired by and named for McSherry’s late mother, Mamie’s Apothecary is a modern-day apothecary that carefully […]

By |2023-10-26T14:27:39-04:00October 26, 2023|Article, Itineraries|0 Comments
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