A native Richmonder, Annie Tobey has seen the city grow and blossom. She has experienced the best of her city both as a fun-loving resident and through the lens of a travel writer. She is an award-winning writer, magazine editor, and beer columnist, and enjoys covering local craft beverages, museums, restaurants, and more. A long-distance runner, she has also created history-focused Richmond running routes, fine-tuning appreciation for her hometown.
Though not a big city, Richmond offers an amazing range of activities. Award-winning author Annie Tobey has curated 100 of the best into five categories: Food & Drink, History & Culture, Music & Entertainment, Sports & Recreation, and Shopping &
Whether you’re a long-time resident, newcomer, or visitor, insider tips can help you make the most of a place. Boomer editor Annie Tobey guides readers around her hometown in her new book, 100 Things to Do in Richmond Before You
Air conditioning issued addressed at more than 20 schools, but others remain; national recognition for Henrico County Public Schools; a traffic alert in the Near West End; a Henrico Board of Supervisors' candidate forum is scheduled; a number of Henrico