It’s made waves in Richmond by preventing drunk driving since taking off on its first route last year. To The Bottom And Back not only helps eliminate drunk driving, but it’s also enhanced hospitality and tourism within the city of Richmond.
The VCU Chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the national co-ed service fraternity, sponsors a benefit concert tonight at 8 p.m. at the Hat Factory. Doors open at 7 p.m.
Local bands including VCU’s Young Adult Fiction, The Atkinsons, and The Sometimes Favorites perform live. Tickets are $10 at the door with $8 of each ticket directly benefiting To The Bottom And Back.
The Hat Factory is located at 140 Virginia Street.
Just before Halloween, Jackson Ward cocktail bar and restaurant The Rogue Gentlemen will pull out all the spooky and ghoulish stops in support of Diversity Richmond. They will host “The Devil’s Cut” benefit featuring their signature cocktails, beer from Ardent Craft Ales, apple bobbing, cobwebs, a costume contest, tunes via their own Vinny D’Ambrosio, gremlins, tarot [...]