Discover Richmond: April 2017
For a long time, American cooking was – to be put it blandly – kinda bland. But thanks to Julia Child and the wise souls who plunked cookie dough into ice cream, we now expect variety and flair in our savory and sweet delights, even if we don't know where the inspiration for such creativity came from.
A striking aerial photo of the Godspeed approaching Richmond, Virginia and part of our Jamestown poster collection
RTD logo sweatshirt
A cool-weather classic, our durable cotton sweatshirt features the Richmond Times-Dispatch logo on the front. Gray, black or navy.
Discover Richmond: Communities
In a keepsake magazine called Discover Richmond: Communities, The Times-Dispatch spotlights 40 areas around the region that together help define what we call “home.” It is the second magazine in a four-part series celebrating our 165th anniversary of chronicling Richmond and Virginia – and marking our 40th anniversary of publishing Discover Richmond.
RTD logo long-sleeve T-shirt
Our stylish T-shirt in easy-to-care-for 100% cotton prominently features the Richmond Times-Dispatch logo on the front and sleeve.
Discover Richmond: RTD Person of the Year 2016
Prepare to be inspired!
It’s our second annual RTD Person of the Year issue, in which we spotlight individuals who have made a mark in the Richmond region. Philanthropists, activists, artists, administrators – you’ll get to know the people behind the accomplishments that have shaped our community.
RTD logo Canvas Baseball Hat
Our RTD logo cap is a classic six-panel baseball-cap made of sturdy
cotton twill in khaki, navy or black accented with our signature R logo
and Richmond Times-Dispatch embroidered at the back. One size with
adjustable back buckle.
Greig Leach: The Art of Cycling Book
Get your copy of Greig Leach’s latest book, "The Art of Cycling: The 2015 Richmond UCI World Road Championships." Through a partnership with the Richmond Times-Dispatch, Leach painted live during the UCI World Road Championships in September 2015 creating dozens of works. Those paintings, and the stories behind each of them, are featured in the book. A Richmond-based artist, Leach first started painting cyclists while watching the Tour de France in 2014. He has since traveled with the tour, painting scenes along the way, and his paintings have been used in numerous publications.