Don’t forget to turn your clocks back one hour as daylight savings time officially ends and standard time kicks in at 2 a.m. on Sunday morning. Here is a suggestion turn your clocks back one hour before bed. Some doctors have said the transition is much easier on your system during the fall and that extra […]

Kindergarten Registration Day is Thursday, April 14, 2016 in 15 localities across the commonwealth including Richmond. #Ready4K Monica Callahan and Spokesmom Miss Community Clooovia discuss the big deal of Kindergarten Registration Day as mothers who’ve experienced this big step for the children. I tell you this the children are ready big school. Play interview here…. […]

This is a great day to be alive in spite of all we will or may have gone through today. If you are reading this post then you are blessed to be in the land of the living. Don’t hesitate to celebrate life today because some didn’t make it. Life is just an obstacle to […]

RICHMOND, Va. (RADIO ONE 99.3/105.7 KISS FM): Calling all senior citizens to the park Thursday, June 5th for The City of Richmond Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Facilities for the annual Senior Day in the Park. It’s a fun day at the Carillon War Memorial,1300 Blanton Avenue in Byrd Park near Dogwood Dell for […]

RICHMOND, Va., (RADIO ONE KISS FM): Looking for something to do on Mother’s Day, how about a relaxing afternoon at Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden. You can take mom to see Butterflies LIVE! Exhibition on Saturday & Sunday and on Sunday, mom can enjoy a Mother’s Day Concert featuring Jazz Band Glenroy Bailey and Co.  from […]

photo courtesy of The Roanoke Times/AP Today marks the seventh anniversay of the deadly mass shootings at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (VA Tech) in Blacksburg, Virginia. Virginia’s colleges and universities have investigated hundreds of students, employees, and others over the past several years to make sure history does not repeat itself. Text “Kiss” To 23845 for […]

  From the City of Richmond: The City’s Cold Weather Overflow Shelter will open tonight, January 21, Wednesday, January 22, and Thursday, January 23 as overnight temperatures are forecasted to remain at or below 40 degrees during this time period. The overflow shelter is located in the City’s Public Safety Building at 505 North 9th […]

MLK Day Of Service: Three local nonprofit and community organizations are joining forces to offer a variety of service events to promote the theme and significance of Dr. King’s Day Of Service. The are: HandsOn Greater Richmond, Virginia Center for Inclusive Communities, and The Virginia Mentoring Partnership There will be a screening […]

RICHMOND, VA. (RADIO ONE, KISS FM): Richmond Ballet celebrates its 30th Anniversary at the Carpenter Theatre at Richmond Center Stage, 600 E. Grace Street, Saturday, November 2, 7:00pm and Sunday, November 3, 2:00pm. The Richmond Symphony will provide live accompaniment for all three of the Ballet’s 30th Anniversary performances. There is also a pre-performance discussion […]

RICHMOND, VA. (RADIO-ONE KISS): If you’re looking for something to do for the July 4th Holiday check out these events. 57th Annual Festival of Arts at Dogwood Dell, Thursday, July 4th Independence Day Celebration with live music, canons and fireworks, kicks off at 5:45, fireworks at dusk, details or 804-646-DELL (3355).   Chesterfield County: […]

RICHMOND, VA. (RADIO ONE KISS): It’s a Senior Day in The Park Thursday, June 6, from 10am-2pm. The fun event happens at the Carillon in Byrd Park and features Kirby Carmichael and Ban Caribe. There will be music, food, games, and senior activities, so tell you mom and pop and grandma and grandpa to plan […]

Don’t forget about these events happening on Memorial Day: The New Morning Fitness Association presents “Never Forget Memorial Run, 1.4 Mile Silent Run”, Monday, May 27, around noon, through the heart of VCU to the Virginia War Memorial, assembly and sign in between 11:00 -11:45 am, info 804-828-1196 or email Richmond National Battlefield Park, […]