Category Archive: local non-profit

B+D9: Josh Epperson and Johnny Hugel of Feast RVA

Feast RVA‘s Johnny Hugel and Josh Epperson are a busy duo and we are excited they slow down long enough to share their philanthropic adventures and a cold beer. You’ll see a few… Continue reading

B+D 9: Travis Milton

Hungry? Travis Milton has seen the future and wants to be sure yours is filled with food from not far away. Think of Travis as a culinary cartographer, mapping the source and heritage of… Continue reading

B+D 9: Feast RVA

  Josh Epperson and Johnny Hugel are busy supporting you. You had this great creative idea, you thought it could benefit others, but couldn’t fund it yourself. So you went to dinner with… Continue reading

B+D8: MoB Studio

When they’re not off battling the evil villains PoorPlanning, LackofSidewalks, and NoSolutionPossible, the MoB Studio squad are holed up in their Middle of Broad secret fortress, disguised as everyday-coffee-drinking-bike-riding-up-all-night-skinny-jean-slinging students, plotting good deeds for… Continue reading

B+D7: Burt Pinnock

Baskervill‘s Burt Pinnock creates a vision for reconciliation through education and awareness. The nearly under construction phase 1 of the Black History Museum of Virginia at the Historic Leigh Street Armory in Richmond… Continue reading

B+D7: Burt Pinnock

Burt Pinnock’s isn’t the only one in town who can tell a tale. But the big picture story he creates through his architectural work bases itself in research, collaboration, and a monumentally healthy… Continue reading

B+D6; Amy Black

If winning Style Weekly’s “Best Tattoo Artist” Reader’s Poll in 2011, 2012, and 2013, One of Richmond Magazine’s Best Tattoo Parlors 2011, RVA Mag’s “Best Local Tattoo Artist” in their 2012 Reader’s Poll, and… Continue reading

B+D6: Briget Ganske

What started with borrowing a camera from her grandparents at age 16 has manifested itself in opportunities to travel, teach and share through documentary storytelling.  Briget Ganske’s photographic and film making journey traverses four… Continue reading

B+D6: Visual Arts Center of Richmond

The Visual Arts Center of Richmond has been fostering creativity and community engagement for 50 years.  That’s a long time, people.  Take a stroll through their facility in The Fan and you’ll meet… Continue reading

B+D6: Tall Tales

Join us for an evening of storytelling and embellishment.  Our friends at the Visual Arts Center open their art-filled home and the good folks from Three Brothers Brewing pour us a few.

B+D 5: Keith and Marie Zawistowski

Keith and Marie Zawistowski’s design/build LAB students help guide trusses into place at the Covington Farmer’s Market. There’s more to this story to be told at Beer+Design 5: Hammer & Pencil  at Balliceaux’s… Continue reading

B+D4: Craig Dodson

  Members of the Richmond Cycling Corps elite hammer to the trailhead then hop off road on their cyclocross bikes. No afternoon joy ride, these kids bust it with hill repeats, time trills,… Continue reading