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Shine Blowdry Bar, Richmond’s first salon devoted exclusively to hairstyling and makeup services, opens at 5227 W. Broad St. near Willow Lawn this April. With 10 styling stations, the 1,440 square foot, modern salon is designed to be walk-in friendly. There is no need to make an appointment, with the exception of booking large/private parties or visits outside of regular business hours. At Shine, the experience typically starts with a complimentary cup of coffee or glass of wine (for patrons over 21) and a peek at a “Look Book” for inspiration on various styles, ranging from the bouncy “Starlet” to the sleek “Executive Sweet.” Basic blowouts include a shampoo, blowdry and styling at a flat fee $40, no matter the hair length or level of difficulty. Kids under 10 are eligible for “The Twinkle” styling at $25. Updos, braids and on-location styling can be scheduled at additional cost. Hair repair and massage treatments and a variety of makeup services are also available. > Read more.

Governor creates center for mental health services


Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed an executive directive to create a center that will foster collaboration among government agencies in providing behavioral health and justice services for people with mental illnesses or other problems.

McAuliffe announced the establishment of the Center for Behavioral Health and Justice during the final meeting of the Governor’s Task Force for Improving Mental Health Services and Crisis Response.

“Nearly a year ago, I asked this task force to continue its work and develop bold ideas to help the commonwealth address the gaps in our behavioral health system,” McAuliffe said Monday. > Read more.
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Logistical excellence


A Henrico County venue hosted the first RVA LogistXGames Jan. 29, pitting supply chain and logistics industry employees together in a friendly competition designed to judge the teamwork, talent, efficiency and speed of participating teams as they assembled and stacked boxes, moved them through relay courses on pallets and performed other warehouse-type tasks.

The Fort Lee – Joint Strike Group won the event and claimed the “Golden Pallet.” The event was sponsored by CBRE Richmond, Liberty Property Trust, the Community College Workforce Alliance and the Virginia Port Authority. The event was held at a Liberty Property Trust facility on Eastport Boulevard in Sandston. > Read more.

Scott earns national Head Start award

Congressman Bobby Scott, whose Third District includes a portion of Henrico County, recently received the National Head Start Association’s PROMISE (PRotecting Opportunities for our Most Important Students Early) Award for his commitment to advance the needs of Head Start children and families. Scott is the ranking member of the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce.

More than 300 Head Start teachers gathered in Washington, D.C. recently to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Head Start program, an early childhood education program. > Read more.

HCPS counselor honored at White House ceremony


Dumbarton Elementary School counselor Liz Parker was honored at a White House ceremony Jan. 30 as a national finalist for 2015 School Counselor of the Year. The American School Counselor Association selects an annual winner for the award.

First Lady Michelle Obama presided over the ceremony honoring the five finalists for the award, as well as semifinalists. Also present was actress Connie Britton, who portrayed a school counselor on the TV show “Friday Night Lights.”

The judges considered such criteria as counseling innovations, effective programs, leadership skills and contributions to student advancement. > Read more.

Uber, Lyft soon will be legal in Virginia


After a yearlong ban, Uber, Lyft and other app-based ride-sharing services soon will have a law allowing them to operate legally in Virginia.

The House of Delegates on Friday joined the Senate in passing a bill that would set licensing requirements for such services’ drivers. The legislation is similar to an interim agreement approved by state officials last August after the Virginia Department of Motor Vehicles sent cease-and-desist letters banning the taxicab-like service from the state.

The House voted 67-28 in favor of HB 1662, sponsored by Del. Tom Rust, R-Herndon. > Read more.

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Community

Weekend Top 10


Henrico has several family-friendly events to offer this weekend: a mini career day at Virginia Center Commons, a pajama party to benefit Commonwealth Parenting and a family game night at Dorey Recreation Center. Whether you have children or not, saving money these days is vital – a Couponing 101 workshop on Saturday will help you get started! Click here for more! > Read more.

Rec and Parks registration planned

Henrico County Division of Recreation & Parks will host its Winter/Spring 2013 Program Registration on Saturday, Jan. 26 from 8 a.m. to 11 a.m. at the Henrico Training Center, 7701 East Parham Rd., and the Eastern Henrico Recreation Center, 1440 N. Laburnum Ave.

Look for your "At Your Leisure" program guide in the mail or at any Henrico County Public Library. > Read more.

Weekend Top 10


The Modlin Center for the Arts at the University of Richmond has three events this weekend: the Mark Morris Dance Group, NT Live and “The Ugly Duckling & The Tortoise and the Hare.” It’s also opening weekend for CAT Theatre’s “The 13th of Paris.” For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.

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Entertainment

Restaurant watch

Find out how your favorite dining establishments fared during their most recent inspections by the Virginia Department of Health. > Read more.

From many, one voice

Members of the Shenandoah Valley Children Choir with conductor Jo-Anne Van Der Vat-Chromy perform at the St. Michael Catholic Church in Glen Allen during a jazz concert of the One Voice Chorus.

The concert, entitled “A Little Jazz’ll Do Ya !” entertained the audience with “cool contemporary and classic jazz favorites (including J. Hendricks, G. Gershwin, A. Jobim and R. Rogers). It was a joint performance of the One Voice Chorus, the Russell Wilson Jazz Combo and the Shenandoah Valley Children Choir. > Read more.

Weekend Top 10


Don’t give Dad another tie. Give him an experience to remember! Dads who like beer and meat will love the inaugural Moo and Brew taking place tomorrow. Dads who like cars will appreciate the 45th annual Richmond AACA Car Show and Swap Meet at RIR. Dads who love ice cream are sure to enjoy Walkerton Tavern’s ice cream social on Sunday. And Dads that just need a little down time can relax with music, food and family activities at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.

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