Tag Archives: Richmond Review
Below are two excerpts from the final issue of the Richmond Review published July 24, 2015. The paper ran from 1932 until mid-summer 2015 for 83 years. Also below are Twitter excerpts from the Review‘s last days. I was fortunate … Continue reading
Richmond Nature Park is holding a Hummingbird Homecoming on Sunday in celebration of the rufous hummingbird’s return from California and Mexico. A park interpreter will be stationed in the nature park’s wildlife garden to teach visitors how to identify the … Continue reading
Starting on April 13, 2015, I began an internship with the Richmond Review, which will run until May 15. I will post my work here as soon as I can after they are published.
Carol Day hopes to be the voice of the people as she takes on her new position of city councillor. She was one of two new names on the list of elected city councillors in the recent municiple election. Day … Continue reading
Richmond recently put up a sign reminding drivers that U-turns are illegal at intersections with traffic lights. But why did the city feel there was a necessity to put this type of sign up? Could more of these signs make a … Continue reading
RView is the youth publication of The Richmond Review, written by students between the ages of 12 and 21, and is mentored by Richmond Review reporter Martin van del Hemel. Here are some articles I have had published in the paper. Unfortunately, some of my … Continue reading