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Comprised of 25 pivoting prisms that stand at more than 6 ft tall, this art installation looks like a giant kaleidoscope. From 3/31-April 27th,
Richmonders will be able to experience Prismatica, a traveling art exhibit but RAW Designs from Canada. The exhibit will be in the center of Restaurant Row at Short Pump Town Center, right in the middle of it all near Baker's Crust, Lehja, The Boathouse, California Pizza Kitchen, and Firebird's.
Our McDonad's Drive-Thru Drag Show Made Style Weekly's Photos of the Year List.
Dec. 11: Michelle Devereaux Livigne of Driveway Drag Show performed a drive-thru show at the McDonald’s at 9751 W. Broad St. All money raised went to the Ronald McDonald Charities of Richmond.
Photographer’s note: After a year of photographing gun rallies, coronavirus testing and protests, this event was fun to document. The people going through the drive-thru line seemed to get a kick out of the performers dancing to Christmas music in the parking lot. Nikon D850, 24-70 mm lens.
The History & Enduring Style of Leopard Print
We wrote a piece for R Home's May/June issue exploring the use of leopard print in interior design from ancient times through today. We had so much fun researching this article and talking to local Richmond designers. We are thrilled with how it turned out and hope you enjoy it as much as we do!
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Short Pump Town Center brings traveling art exhibit Prismatica to Richmond for the first time ever – all the way from Canada!
Photo credit: Doublespace Photography WHAT: Created by RAW Design, a Toronto-based architectural firm, Prismatica was assembled by a team of professionals from several fields like applied science, technology, art and architecture. Comprised of 25 pivoting prisms that stand at more than 6 ft tall, this art installation looks like a giant kaleidoscope. Guests can enjoy…
With the Holiday season here, I have created a Gift Guide for the Tiramisu For Breakfast shop. Each of these items I have found from boutiques, Instagram pages, and brands that my friends and I love to shop at. 1. Kerri Rosenthal| Kerri Rosenthal’s paintings are the best. I am obsessed with the bright colors…
I love listening to Gretchen Rubin’s (author of The Happiness Project) podcast with her sister, Happier with Gretchen Rubin. The latest episode was crowdsourced from her listeners. She asked them to share their life hacks, and this one was my favorite because it’s so sweet. Find the marvelous in the mundane: “I started to get…
Businesses that want to break through these roadblocks need to work to build a workplace that invites, welcomes and engages people from many different backgrounds and perspectives. That’s not always easy. “Culture happens by default or it happens by design, and our default operating code is largely white,” says Tiffany Jana, founder and CEO of…
I kept running into an issue trying to manage more than five Instagram accounts on my phone without logging in and out of everything. I found this video which worked perfectly to solve the problem. Now, several accounts that I manage are all connected through my main Instagram account, and I’m able to toggle back…
We know spice is in the eye of the beholder…or in this case, the taste buds. One person’s taste-bud-singeing swelter is another’s “you call that spicy?” That’s why we’re excited to announce a pair of menu innovations arriving to U.S. restaurants this fall to please our spice-seeking customers: Spicy Chicken McNuggets and Mighty Hot Sauce….
for the second event in our Summer of Surprises series, we partnered with Casa del Barco to give out 200 free tacos to Short Pump Town Center Guests
Open to undergraduate students in The Robertson School of Media & Culture (Journalism, PR, and Advertising) at VCU, recipients of the Tiramisu For Breakfast scholarship will receive funds to go toward conferences, professional organizations dues, and networking events. I want students to have the same opportunities I’ve had to be involved in the Richmond community.
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