Robin Schwartzkopf in a red button down shirt

Robin Schwartzkopf

Senior City Editor

Robin is a born-and-raised Richmonder who has contributed to publications including RVA Magazine, The Cavalier Daily, and C-VILLE Weekly. She helped launch RICtoday in July 2021 and enjoys exploring James River trails in her free time.

Governor Glenn Youngkin and Virginia American Revolution 250 Commission members teased events and programs for upcoming year
Check out need-to-know info to see theatrical productions around the River City
The summer outdoor concert series will return in May
From our English namesake to cities in Japan, Namibia, and Poland, these are the cities Richmond shares long-term cultural partnerships with.
Support the Adopt an Animal program to submit a suggestion for the new addition at The Robins Nature Center.
The live event will take place in advance of the 100-team NWBA competition in Richmond in April
Get a sneak peek at the spring season and a special event on Friday
These five businesses have kept things in the family for over a century
VDOT enters final stage of I-95 bridge rehabilitation project for 7th Street Bridge this month
Here’s your guide to social clubs, public events, and more local ways to make new besties in the Alamo City.
Find out what transportation projects the CVTA will consider for funding and share your thoughts during the public comment period.
The city wants to establish a comprehensive way to evaluate historic and cultural resources in our community — check out the project outline and see how you can contribute
Here’s where to grab a slice at 25+ pizza restaurants around the River City
Check out how RPL is going green with the help of the James River Association
Several pop-up markets and shopping events are taking place the weekend before Valentine’s Day so you can find local treasures for all your loved ones
The 43-mile multi-use trail will run from Petersburg to Ashland with natural attractions, amenities, public art, and development opportunities
From bloody mary mix to hand-painted furniture, check out these products made right here in Richmond.
The art project, led by Hamilton Glass and presented by the VMFA, is in its sixth year.
Cheswick Park has a new playground, improved facilities, upgraded trails, and an open fitness area.
From coffee shops to coworking spaces to libraries, here’s where you can set yourself up for work success.
Road to Richmond: The Rebirth will feature series of public events to honor Black residents and build community
The regional organization received the grant from the Environmental Protection Agency and is asking Richmonders how they want to reduce emissions
Explore the great 408 through its history, drink, and art on these tours.
Getting a library card doesn’t just guarantee you access to a bunch of great books — you can also use RPL to self-publish, search your family tree, and get gardening tips.
The museum’s reopened sculpture studio recontextualizes the work of Edward Valentine, prolific artist and supporter of the Lost Cause myth
The RPS budget proposal will now need approval from the School Board before being sent to the Mayor
Check out what local restaurants are participating in V72x2, an annual celebration of unique vegan cooking.
Explore the Holy City through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.
See what’s on the ballot, when and how to vote, and important information for Election Day in the River City