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David Lefkowitz

City Editor

David Lefkowitz moved to Richmond when he was eight years old and never really left. After four years at William & Mary, David spent a year reporting for WRVA before joining RICtoday. When he’s not writing, you can usually find him buried in a book or out on a run.

A draft of the Commonweath Transportation Board’s Six-Year Improvement Plan includes funding for more free bus rides
A guide for runners, walkers, spectators, and anyone just hoping to avoid traffic
Make your voice heard in deciding between electoral sticker designs submitted by VCU students
Get a move on around these River City paths and see the best nature, history, and architecture Richmond has to offer.
Check out how RPL is going green with the help of the James River Association
All three of the top winners of the Commonwealth Council on Aging’s 2024 Best Practices Awards are Richmond-based
As Richmond continues to grow, we’re keeping an eye on upcoming developments and recently opened businesses.
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Discover the gastronomic legacy of “The French Chef”.
Friends of the JRPS seeking donations to help with the deal
Enjoy readings, workshops, local markets and more at VisArts’ celebration of all things verse
Go for a run, a bike ride, a fish, a trip to the playground, and a picnic — all in the same Henrico park
Classes offer professional development and stipends for teachers
Enjoy the sunshine with one of these local scoops
March 14 is a big day for math fans and pastry connoisseurs alike
The family-owned bakery has been in its Carytown abode since 1994.
Up the Roos from the stands of City Stadium this year
Richmonders took home wins in both men’s and women’s races
The site of four Civil War battles will be preserved and protected from future developments with the help of the Capital Region Land Conservancy
Put your plant knowledge to the test with these tips on how to identify what’s growing in Richmond.
Pilot program brings art to ten Broad Street boxes
The citywide initiative begins on Saturday, March 16
Anchored by National Slavery Museum, the project aims to help Richmond come to terms with its history
Early voting for the presidential primary election ends Saturday, March 2
Don Moore talks about the program he’s been involved with for almost a decade
Nearly $400,000 awarded to support historical preservation
Whether you’re taking a stroll through Bryan Park, Dutch Gap Conservation Area, or Oakwood Cemetery — here’s your sign to start birding in the River City
Brave the cold and set up camp at these Virginia State Parks
The museum awarded 19 fellowships totaling nearly $120,000
20 ads in this year’s Super Bowl featured work by Brandcenter grads
These five businesses have kept things in the family for over a century