Technically, N.Pine is north of the neighborhood, but relaying this information anyway.
BURGLARY/B and E/RESIDENTIAL
1XX N PINE ST
Dec 1, 2017 at 1:15 am
Data provided by Richmond Police Department
On a related note, on Sunday a Laurel Street neighbor watched a guy with a package walk into an unlocked house across the street. He walked back out quickly and went back in the direction he came from toward Idlewood St. The owner of the home popped up and yelled after him “Did you need help with something” and he said he yelled back he got the wrong address but he kept moving. The owner then told us that he seemed startled by her dogs when he came in and she thinks thats why he left so quickly.
She was advised to report the incident to the police.
There’s another powerful movie event Wednesday at the main branch of the Richmond Public Library.
From FaceBook event page:
The Richmond Public Library, Bijou Film Center, and CodeVA are holding a very special, family-friendly celebration of Computer Science Education Week (Dec. 4-10) with a free public viewing of the acclaimed film, HIDDEN FIGURES.
Virginia, the Digital Dominion, is home to many “hidden figures” in Computer Science – both past and present. Computer Science Education Week each year also marks the birthday of Admiral Grace Hopper, a Navy officer, WWII hero, and longtime Virginia resident who invented the first computer compiler and discovered the first software “bug.” It is also home to NASA Langley, where the heroic human “computers” depicted in HIDDEN FIGURES worked to launch America ahead in the Space Race.
Come early for a special speaker panel discussing the important roles Katherine Johnson, Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan played, not only in manned spaceflight, but also in helping launch modern computer science.
Worried about dinner? We have that covered! There will be pizza, popcorn and Tang!
Panel discussion starts @ 5:30PM
Movie starts @ 6:00PM