The RTD’s Discover Richmond touches on history, people, food, culture, travel and more – the topics that help define our great city and region. Enjoy the journey!
A bespectacled gargoyle? A huge cactus? In the RTD’s new Discover Richmond magazine (Aug/Sept 2019), we explore some of Richmond’s outdoor oddities.
Among them, we're talking about a neon sign … with a link to media mogul Ted Turner. A pyramid to ... well, we're not sure. A piece of public art … crafted from a famously bad automobile. Even a “historical” marker … that is far from historical.
Speaking of curiosities, we reflect on Disney's "lost" America. The grand vision of a history-based theme park in Northern Virginia was abandoned 25 years ago, and we check with some key players about a simple notion: Could the idea have actually worked?
We share the story of a local college student who thinks she's 23 – but remembering birth years and dates wasn't a priority amid war. Still, she wouldn't let the Taliban derail her dream.
We take a road trip to an oldie but a goodie: a historic but easily overlooked gem that features ghost stories, buried silver ... and high-end bathrooms.
We also check out a pistol set from a duel that didn't involve Alexander Hamilton. We investigate Virginia’s only scorpion. And we look back (and up) at Skylab, the ill-fated space station that missed Richmond – but we were ready for it.
The RTD’s Discover Richmond – enjoy the journey!
In the Spotlight: 2019 Annual Guide
2018 RTD Person of the Year Edition
Sunday, June 16, 2019
Monday, April 15, 2019
Vegan Orgy on Texas Beach. The Swank Bank. Swashbuckling Bundt Pirate Drenched in Hot Buttered Rum.
Sunday, April 14, 2019
This isn't your typical restaurant.