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A class of one's own

A class of one's own

UVA’s founder believed it was never too late to learn. With enrollment deadlines passed and classes underway, that may not necessarily feel true. However, we can’t help but stare longingly at this year’s course offerings and plot ways to infiltrate a few compelling classes. Here are some that piqued our curiosity.   Peter Onuf’s lecture […]

Red dirt alert!

Red dirt alert!

The current reconstruction of one of Jackson Burley Middle’s multi-use fields will result in a new athletic track for the school and improved drainage systems for the field, George Shifflett, Deputy Director of Building Services for Albemarle County, told C-VILLE. Tracks and field: Jackson Burley Middle School’s new field will also host the Soccer Organization of […]

Tony and the chocolate factory

Tony and the chocolate factory

Heath Bar-flavored ice cream has been a staple at Chaps Ice Cream for 23 years, according to owner Tony LaBua. The flavor —one of the shop’s most popular—recently drew the ire of The Hershey Company, which took issue with Chaps for its direct use of the Heath Bar trademark. Tony LaBua needs a new name […]

Red dirt alert!

Just when you thought the stretch between Hydraulic and Barracks roads couldn’t get any busier, a popular shortcut between the two roads closed July 5 for construction. The Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) closed the southbound lane of Georgetown Road, which sees a daily average of roughly 16,000 cars, for a pedestrian-friendly makeover that will […]