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For the first few minutes he was onstage, he seemed to have a hard time finding his groove. The audience from Open High School was restive. Richmond's celebrity storyteller stuttered…

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Organizational skills come naturally to Katherine Lawrence, certified professional organizer for Space Matters in Richmond. “I did have a very organized sticker collection as a kid and I was the…

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All Talk

New research out of Toronto confirms what I’ve been telling myself and my husband – loudly and repeatedly – for many years now. Talking to yourself is not a bad…

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Mouse In The House

She’s sniffing. And pacing. And pawing the corner where the carpet meets the wall. C’mon now, girl, what’s the matter? Uh-oh. I think I know. The dog always figures it…

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Christi and David Hancock lovingly celebrated each day of their daughter Ella’s life because they knew it could also be her last. Diagnosed in utero with a chromosomal disorder, baby…

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Joanie Bache says nearly half of the city of Richmond’s elementary school summer students reported having no books at home last year “What happens when a kindergartener can’t speak in…

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I come from quiet stock. Subsequently, my children are, well, quiet kids. They raise the occasional ruckus, but like their mom before them they are encouraged to raise it outside…

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Q: My son is a junior and refuses to even talk about college. I don’t want to be one of those parents who does everything for their kid, but I…

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Families Who Volunteer

“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world.” - Anne Frank   In recent years, I’ve had the privilege of watching my mother…

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