By CARRIE NIEMAN CULPEPPER For decades, the 18th-century Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Va., has been a don’t-go-after-dark spot. One of the city’s oldest residential enclaves, its historic townhouses, gas lamps and St. John’s Church — where Patrick Henry proclaimed “Give me liberty” — have long been tended to by a small band of passionate…Read more
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October 4, 2014 • Libby Hill Park in Church Hill • Noon-7PM A Family-Friendly Free Festival with Kids Activities Alamo BBQ • Buz & Ned's BBQ • The Halligan Bar & Grill • Mosaic Music by Southern Belles, The Dimmer Twins, Love Canon, Flight of Salt and The Hit List Local Craft Beers • RVA…Read more
This expansive 30-acre park offers a 180' view of the city. It is also home to the National Battlefield Park headquarters and one of Richmond's most unique statues, a miniature of the Statue of Liberty. The park house on the eastern edge of the park can be rented for small meetings or events, and the…Read more
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