A preliminary hearing was continued until December 17.
Feeling a bit peckish?
The wait is over: Gearhart's Fine Chocolates, in the Main Street Market, recently debuted its dark chocolate caramels, which owner Tim Gearhart says customers have been requesting for years.
To see Anne Wolf lunging and leaping across the wooden floor at ACAC’s Downtown Nia studio, flashing her warm, Rosanna Arquette-like smile and leading other dancers in a carefree, easygoing style, you’d hardly believe this top UVA health researcher once called herself “Type A.” Nia instructor Anne Wolf, 48, puts on the moves at the […]
There are a lot of ways I could blame my eating habits on other people: My Mennonite grandmother, for instance, thinks mayonnaise is an acceptable topping on salads; the highlight of my family reunions is the chocolate buffet to which everyone contributes; a classic dinner growing up was “Chunky soup and rice,” for which one […]
Is it O.K. for a politician to be guided by God?
Sorry, Changians. The elusive chef has done it again.
Charlottesville is a trendsetting area, in many aspects, so the formation of these businesses point to something bigger and substantial in the food industry.
Albemarle was expecting $34.4 million in state funds; the new budget allows the county $43 million
In November 2009, Delegate Rob Bell proposed an amendment to the state’s school funding formula
Play around: Try a shorter skirt over a longer dress to give your outfit a bit more dimension. Or, match your umbrella and rainboots to pull your look together, tip to toe. CLICK TO ENLARGE Laura Dillon wears a Cynthia Vincent hot pink slip dress from Eloise ($280; 219 W. Water St., 295-3905); an […]
Let us help shed some, er, light on your inner decorating genius. This month’s project is a simple chandelier, made with beads and yarn, that’s fully customizable to match your décor. Bright, no? Materials: Clear beads; thick string (or yarn); metal hoops in two sizes, one large and one small; hanging light bulb. Tools: Scissors, […]
Over the past decade, Belmont has emerged as the new up-and-coming neighborhood in Charlottesville
When ground broke on the Landmark Hotel nearly two years ago, developer Halsey Minor said it would be “like nothing people have ever seen.” Boy, oh boy, have truer words never been spoken. Since then, Minor’s been involved in a slew of nasty lawsuits, the most recent of which involved a refiled suit against former […]
Been spending too much time in a smoky private club (not, I repeat, not a restaurant)? When you get home, do you smell like an ash tray? Here are some simple tips to get your garments smelling fresh and clean. First, simply try washing the clothes. Use your favorite detergent (though a few Internet […]
We don’t know about you, but here at Instant Decorator, we keep magazines lying around for months. (Being the crafting mavens we are, we just know that someday they’ll come in handy!) Luckily, this month’s craft puts them to good use. You can make this project exactly as we did, or come up with other […]
Crafter’s Christmas The last thing we here at Instant Decorator wish for you this season is to be boring. When you dig out your holiday regalia and find that old evergreen wreath with holly berries that you tucked away last winter, you’ll realize that it’s missing some originality. This month’s project is a little […]
Night moves Meredith Heiderman, at Clifton Inn (1296 Clifton Inn Dr., 971-1800), wears a Wild Indigo Chemise from Anthropologie ($58; 1207 Emmet St. N, 295-1749); a plum Laurie B sweater from Elsie Garden ($212; S. 109 First St., 979-2888); an 18k yellow gold “Apostrophe” pendant ($595) and 18k yellow gold earrings with Moldavite and diamonds […]
Leather gloves with fur trim by Floriana from T.J. Maxx ($49.99; 1850 Rio Hill Ctr., 974-7410) Glove love No, it’s not a novel concept: When the weather turns cold and your paws feel frosty, you turn to your mittens for comfort. But what if, instead of your plain old knit hand warmers, you threw on […]
McDonnell takes the lead for Virginia Governor.