In 1976, Dan Herbert saw a need within the local Richmond community and as a pharmacist, knew the prescription for how to help. His solution? A health-oriented pharmacy that focused on the whole person, rather than products.
Local businesses give our community character, create vibrancy, and bring us together.
Top Museum Exhibits
Whether you’re doing Drynuary, or just looking for an indoor activity to get out the of house and moving around, January is the perfect time to check out the impressive collection of museums that call Richmond home. Below are four of our favorite exhibits to check out this month.
In taking care of the whole person, Cary and her team endeavor to “set up a different expectation of what you should expect from your pharmacy,” which she says, is in fact the most important part.
On the Blog
The Opening Act Is Back with CATS: Altria Theater to Offer Pre‐Show Dining Option Again
From Local Business Owners
“After 7 years in federal law enforcement, I decided to follow my passion for cooking!”
Ladles & Linens Kitchen Shoppe
“My partner and I purchased the children’s book shop Narnia. The owner was going to close if she didn’t have a buyer in the next 10 days. We couldn’t bear to live in a town without a children’s book shop.”
At its core, shopping local means supporting a community. Behind your favorite Richmond area shops, restaurants, and businesses are people – your own neighbors, friends, and family who work tirelessly to provide goods and services for all of us. These hardworking entrepreneurs have poured their hearts and souls into their businesses while also recognizing the vital role that small businesses have in giving back to their community.