We know you’re busy and important. So busy, in fact, that you might not even have time for decorating. But, if you happen to get a spare minute, consider this bulletin board project. Not only is it deceptively simple (“Oh, I just threw that together last week,” you can tell them), and stylish, it’ll get [...]
Local artist Warren Craghead doesn’t need a gallery to show his work
The Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society hosts tours every Saturday and Sunday. On Sunday, March 22, Starr Hill neighborhood was the featured area. About 20 people attended the tour, led by Bess Kane. It began at the Jefferson School parking lot on Fourth Street, continued to Fifth and Sixth streets, down Main Street across the bridge [...]
Talk about lock jaw! Read on to find out how blood-sucking creatures fit into this week’s block party.
Today, the bricks put on a show for you. We regret to inform you, however, that Tyra was unable to attend.
Saturday night’s all right for fighting. Read this week’s cover story to find out why.
Watch, as the Amazing Brick Watch turns two days’ worth of information into one blog post!
These five agitators have one thing in common.
Aside from its obvious conversation-piece quality, this coffee can clock is multipurpose. You could put a glass of water inside and use it as a vase. You could throw in some spare pencils. Even use it as a jar for coins. The possibilities are endless, and you have lots of time (get it?) to experiment. [...]
The Charlottesville Police Department issued a press release today regarding three recent, related robberies.
We here at Brick Watch don’t like to resort to threats, but it seems to be all you people respond to. Curious, no?
When the Downtown rebricking project got underway, it was clouded by pervasive public skepticism about the city’s ability to get a project done on time and on budget, particularly following the Third Street debacle. Yet the rebricking is halfway to completion and, says city steward of the project Jim Tolbert, still on budget. READ MORE [...]
We here at Brick Watch are visual people. Join us, as we document the Downtown Mall rebricking process.