VEI, HCA break ground on eye care center
The Virginia Eye Institute (VEI) and HCA Virginia Health System broke ground May 18 on a new eye care center in Towne Center West site, despite threatening storms that forced the proceedings under a tent.
Manning the shovels at the ceremony were (left to right) Walter Bundy, III, VEI physician; Chris Carney, VEI CEO; Virgil Hazelett, Henrico County manager; Tedrick Johnson, vice president operations, HCA Capital Division; Anthony D. Sakowski, Jr., VEI physician; and J. Paul Bullock, VEI physician. When completed in January, the 16,000-square-foot building will feature services for general ophthalmology, pediatric ophthalmology, ocular plastics, optometry and a full-service optical shop.
By Sarah Story, Citizen Events Editor 05/16/2013
Shrimp, barbecue and ice cream definitely go together this weekend in Henrico! The kids might even enjoy a tea party with Alice and the Mad Hatter. Other fun events for the family are Imagination Richmond and May Play Day. For all our top picks this weekend, click here! > Read more.
Children perform during the India Spring Fest, held April 27-28 at the Hindu Center in Glen Allen. The event featured traditional Indian food, shopping and entertainment for children and adults. > Read more.
Spirited Art Richmond held a painting class May 5 for Hanover Habitat for Humanity families to paint their own artwork as a final touch for their new homes. Among first-time homeowners painting The Klimt Circle tree (which doubles as a ‘family tree’) were (left to right) Janet Payne, Gwen Stockman of Hanover Habitat and Payne’s daughter, Ashley Payne. Spirited Art is located in Short Pump at West Broad Village. > Read more.
Find out how your favorite dining establishments fared during their most recent inspections by the Virginia Department of Health. > Read more.
Popular Short Pump spot offers upscale comfort, flavors
The Wine Loft opened in West Broad Village in January 2010, offering a full bar with wine, beer, spirits and a kitchen with tapas-style snacks. It offers a seasonal patio area along Whittall Way. Its walk-in wine “humidor” in plain view from the bar offers more than 85 wines by the glass ($6-$65) and about 250 by the bottle ($28 and up), with some emphasis on Italian wines. Culinary trained chefs plus partnership with Culinard (Culinary program of Virginia College). > Read more.
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