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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.

Show your guests all the best spots in the city
RVAgreen 2050 will host four workshops to accompany online resources
The Ivy wrap their inaugural season with a winning record
From coffee shops to coworking spaces to libraries, here’s where you can set yourself up for work success.
Both counties have Independence Day plans on the books
Richmond takes top spot in the inaugural ranking
The Nike-sponsored marathoner and multi-American record setter broke down her six favorite places to rack up some miles.
The local public radio station will play highlights from the 2023 Folk Fest every Saturday until September
Mark your calendar for these events in honor of the national holiday
Richmond’s newest park is open for business
Explore the James River and get sketching guidance from a local artist on this pontoon boat cruise
The city is establishing a comprehensive way to evaluate historic and cultural resources in our community — check out the first draft and see how you can contribute
Students ages 18 and under can eat breakfast and lunch at schools beginning June 10.
Over the years, Pony Pasture has been a popular spot for everyone from bicyclists to biker gangs.
No license is required for this beginner-friendly weekend of angling events
Make sure you’re prepared for what NOAA says could be an “above-normal” hurricane season
Enjoy the beauty of the Richmond region from the comfort of a tent
Find your next favorite band or album at a local shop.
Mayor Levar Stoney called the AAA rating from Fitch Ratings “a game changer for Richmond”
The team’s roster is stacked with baseball players from colleges around the country.
Financial aid is available for the in-person and online classes, for everything from pottery to poetry
One of Richmond’s most iconic neighborhoods, the area once called “West of the Boulevard” has seen a lot of changes in the last 150 years
Storefront for Community Design’s family-oriented event lets parents and kids design
Explore the the river while exploring a new hobby with one of our outdoor-oriented suggestions
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Work up a sweat and find your zen in the heart of Carytown.
The 45-day period of in-person early voting began on May 3
2024 is set to be the outdoor festival’s most sprawling year yet
The free community track meets offer family-friendly races for athletes of all paces
For the month of May, all pets who’ve been at the SPCA for 90 days or more will come without an adoption fee
Enjoy the warm weather and dig in to all the local food Richmond has to offer