Danasia Pascal is the 12 About Town content producer bringing Richmond stories to all screens. She was raised right in Chesterfield County and went to VCU’s Robertson School of Media and Culture. Go Rams!
She truly loves RVA to its core. In her spare time, you can find Danasia finding new adventures in the city, eating great food and enjoying a mimosa here and there. Find her around RVA with her camera!
The guys behind The Jasper in Carytown are bringing back to life Miracle on Cary St. The holiday pop up ‘Miracle’ has gained traction all across the world over the years. Starting in New York in 2014, it is now celebrated at almost 100 craft cocktail bars around the world.
We all know the story of the three-day fall harvest feast and celebration between the Plymouth Colony settlers and the Wampanoag Indians in November of 1621. While these facts remain true, the details surrounding this week-long celebration takes on a life of its own with every new generation.
Hotel Greene is the new 13 hole course that has you wandering through a hotel to get to your room #208 through the club room, bathhouse, down the corridors, past the elevator and ending at ‘Hell’s Mouth.
Tequila comes in many forms. Some prefer its as a shot with lime and salt while others prefer it as a margarita, whichever your preference RVA doen't fall short of awesome places to stop in great tequila!
The entire Dewey Gottwald Center will be filled with 10 different activity stations, including glow-in-the dark art, face painting, fluorescent satellite making, UV fog bubbles and straw rocket building.
It’s officially fall and that means pumpkin spiced everything! Pumpkin spiced lattes, cookies, pie…the list goes on! If you’re a fan of the pumpkin takeover, you may want to add Blue Bell’s “Spiced Pumpkin Pecan” ice cream to your list of favorites.
Richmond is without a doubt a foodie town with a forever growing list of great food options to choose from. Our goal this year…eat more great food! We asked our friends and family what their MUST-HAVE menu item from their FAVORITE restaurants are…and this yummy list was born.
Halloween Haunt returns for its 19th frightful season on Saturday, September 21, 2019 with four new gruesome experiences. In total, those who dare can brave seven mazes, six scare zones and a variety of live shows during Halloween Haunt with more than 400 monsters roaming the midways.
Great views, apples and treats! Carter Mountain Orchard in Charlottesville started as a family run orchard selling “fruit of their labors” to neighbors and people passing through. Today Carter Mountain Orchard is still family run but a go to destination for visitors from all over the region.
Richmond is one of the oldest American cities and many of the buildings in our city are still standing from when they were originally built. With these historic buildings come stories and sometimes a spirit or two lurking the grounds they stand on. We were curious as to just how many buildings have
Stella’s Grocery’s newest location opened in Scott’s Addition in 2018. This location has all the favorites from Stella’s grocery on Lafayette Street with a Greek hot window and prepared food section but also made-to-order sandwiches and salads.
Drafted cocktails are popping up in more and more restaurants in the area! While a cool concept there is a method to the madness. We visited The Jasper Bar in Carytown and got a behind the scenes look at how they keg their Draft Zombie.
There's cycling, boxing, cardio, weight lifting, yoga, pilates, HIIT, Barre, mixed martial arts and even goat yoga! The workout world is always coming up with fun and innovative ways to stay in shape! And RVA is no different.