Discover Richmond: Remember
The Times-Dispatch tells the story of Richmond's past, from 1850 to 1965, in a keepsake magazine called Discover Richmond: Remember.
It is the first of a four-part magazine series The Times-Dispatch is publishing to celebrate our 165th anniversary of chronicling Richmond and Virginia.
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."ť
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.
Discover Richmond: The Annual Guide 2015
Our annual Discover Richmond magazine is your guide to all things Richmond.
To mark the 40th anniversary of Discover Richmond, this year's guidebook features a treasure map of 40 local gems - places you must see in Richmond.
Discover Richmond: A Taste of Richmond
For the new Discover Richmond, we got to thinking about the incredible - and tasty - breadth of our burgeoning food scene. So enjoy a feast for the eyes and stomach: We're spotlighting 26 local restaurant "fave" dishes.
Discover Richmond June 2016: Vital Signs
It's summer, so here's to sunshine - and good health!
The Richmond region has a vibrant and varied health and medical presence, and for the new Discover Richmond, we look at 20 pieces of this diverse puzzle. There's a little nature (a healing garden) and a little nurture (yep, diapers), plus lots of interesting items in between.
Discover Richmond August 2016: WOOF!
It's the dog days of summer, so we say ... woof!
Of course, we love all sorts of animals, so we also cast a spotlight on some less predictable non-human friends - including horses, snakes and lemurs (yes, lemurs). But we scratch Fido behind the ears by looking at cool activities for dogs and their owners - plus other features with a canine twist.
Discover Richmond October 2016: Getting to know the River City
Get to know the faces and places of the capital region!
It's our annual guide to the area, and it's full of personality - and personalities. For starters, we get up close and personal with 15 local notables, who share great stories with us (like how TV's Sabrina Squire nearly got fired - or how author Dean King got fired upon while researching the Hatfield-McCoy feud).
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.
Discover Richmond: February 2017
When it comes to the depth and richness of its history, no state beats Virginia!
We'd all do well to spend a lifetime exploring it, and in this edition, we touch on a few elements, locally and beyond, that might pique your interest (including trippy counterculture clippings and orbiting astronauts). Notably, we introduce you to perhaps the most famous Virginia you might not know, and we serve up more than 20 sites worth exploring during your travels.
Discover Richmond April 2017: Inspired Tastes
For a long time, American cooking was â€“ to be put it blandly â€“ 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.
Discover Richmond June 2017: What's up Doc?
A century ago, a syndicated health column in The Times-Dispatch reflected the era. The good doctor, noting how women cared too much about protecting rugs and furniture, was promoting the benefits of sun exposure. His advice â€“ to â€śhusbands, fathers and just fellowsâ€ť â€“ was for them to get their ladies to open the drapes at home.
Weâ€™ve come a long way, thank goodness. In this edition, we feature a bakerâ€™s dozen of local medical specialists ( gasp â€“ some are women!) who share insights into their fields. From promising technologies to some back-to-basics reminders for patients, they give us a window into good health â€“ bones to brains, noses to knuckles.
Discover Richmond August 2017: Funny Skies
Itâ€™s summer in Richmond â€“ time for the great outdoors. So in this issue of the RTDâ€™s Discover Richmond, weâ€™re thinking about the weather â€¦ and the water. Our local TV weather pros take their work seriously, but what about beyond the green screen? RTD meteorologist John Boyer connects with all 13 of his TV counterparts to get their humor and insight from years in the business. Nikki-Dee Rayâ€™s middle name? Andrew Freiden meeting a viewer naked? These answers and many more will brighten your day.
Discover Richmond October 2017: Connect
Hereâ€™s a good description for Richmond these days: â€ścool
and connected.â€ťWeâ€™re a region bursting with creativity and a sense of
We tap into that spirit in the RTDâ€™s new Discover
Richmond magazine. Itâ€™s our biggest of the year â€“ the annual guidebook to the
For some surprises, we spotlight Richmonders who are
doing cool things and sharing their passions with the community. From paper
flowers to knives, from faith to front-yard gardens, we touch on the breadth of
creativity and connectivity in the region.
In a mood to discover? We highlight dozens of great
destinations â€“ with intriguing elements of what makes them special. Find out
where to see 16,000 years of state history and even granite that floats on
Hungry and thirsty? Weâ€™ve got loads of restaurants, craft
breweries (nearly three dozen and growing) and nearby vineyards.
Want to get involved? Weâ€™ve got listings of community
groups in the arts and more.
let our annual guidebook connect you to our great region. The RTDâ€™s Discover
Richmond â€¦ enjoy the journey!
Discover Richmond December 2017: Person of the year
Itâ€™s time to celebrate the 2017 RTD Person of the Year honorees â€“ and to be inspired by their efforts. In the third year of our civic recognition program, we spotlight a broad range of individuals and their broad range of contributions to and achievements in the Richmond region.
Discover Richmond February 2018
Writer Bill Lohmann and photographer Bob Brown have previously hit the back roads (and pie shops) of Virginia, but for a new adventure, they decided to stay in the capital city. In revisiting some well-known spots in Richmond, they find some unexpected or rarely seen treats â€“ and take you behind the scenes in the RTDâ€™s new Discover Richmond magazine.
Discover Richmond April 2018
Buzz-worthy restaurants may get a lot of attention, but Richmond cuisine is also about accessible foods and global influences. And many of these dishes are meant to be enjoyed hands-on.
Discover Richmond June 2018
We tap into a sacred mission, as well as the spirit of
summertime, in the RTDâ€™s new Discover Richmond magazine.
At Fort Lee, we visit a training center
devoted to finding and handling the militaryâ€™s fallen. Inspired by three simple
words â€“ dignity, reverence, respect â€“ these specialists serve not only the
nation but the families of those who make the ultimate sacrifice. We learn
about their work and their motivations.
Discover Richmond Aug/Sept 2018
Animals, art, food ... even turf!! In the
RTD's new Discover Richmond magazine, local passions come in many forms.
For Melissa Stanley, her Richmond
Wildlife Center has spent five years nurturing injured birds, tortoises,
opossums ... well, you get the idea. Her story is one of great dedication, and
you'll be surprised by the complexity of wildlife care.
Discover Richmond Oct/Nov 2018
In a region full of treasures, a little digging goes a long way. For the 2019 guidebook edition of Discover Richmond magazine, we take a closer look at a few gems.
We start at four of Richmond's prominent museums, where what you see barely scratches the surface. What's behind lock and key? We explore their storage vaults, and we learn about the art, science and secrecy of preserving their priceless collections.
Discover Richmond December 2018
The RTDâ€™s latest Discover Richmond magazine â€“ coming Tuesday, Dec. 11 â€“ is our most inspirational and surprising edition of the year! The RTD Person of the Program is in its fourth year, and for 2018, we recognize two dozen honorees whose contributions and achievements have bolstered the Richmond region â€“ from business to beer, from schools to sports, from arts to activism and more. We even designate the 2018 RTD Person of the Year for special recognition.
Discover Richmond February 2019
For a fresh look at familiar places, check out the RTDâ€™s new Discover Richmond magazine. Our daring duo â€“ thatâ€™s columnist Bill Lohmann and photographer Bob Brown â€“ go on another wide-ranging adventure this year. From roller-coaster hills to coal-mining depths, they take you behind the scenes. They get rare access to reveal surprising perspectives and details on our regionâ€™s past and present.
Discover Richmond April 2019
Discover Richmond: April/May 2019
In the RTDâ€™s new Discover Richmond magazine, get the inside dish on the makings of restaurant menus.
This is no easy recipe! We talk to Richmond chefs and restaurateurs, who cite numerous considerations â€“ food costs, prep times, graphic design, consumer behavior and many more. We also find method amid the madness of a well-known restaurantâ€™s huge menu, and we get insight from a designer who knows food as well as fonts.
Discover Richmond June 2019
In the RTDâ€™s new Discover Richmond magazine (June/July 2019), we go out to eat â€“ way out.
Summer is a great time to travel, and you don't need to go far from the capital region to explore Virginia food (and more) along the way. Combining wanderlust with an appetite, we head north, east, south and west from Richmond to find delicious treats â€“ whether savory, sweet or thirst-quenching â€“ and interesting history along the way
We also take a big crack at a favorite snack. Not far from Richmond, the peanut has astoundingly deep roots â€“ and you might be surprised at how this once lowly "nut" (or is it?!) helped define Virginia.
Back in town, we explore portraits of the artists â€“ four of them. We find out about their work, how they find a home for it and how they make a living.
We revisit a curious civil disturbance from the Civil War: The Richmond Bread Riot of 1863 was indeed a sign of the times.
We also look at a powerful "tree," not even 10 feet tall, that tells an amazing story and highlights a local legend. We turn over a rock that has truly been places. We tell the truth about a polygraph. And we acknowledge a colorful bird that has faded away.
The RTDâ€™s Discover Richmond â€“ enjoy the journey!