“Dogs in the City” Wednesday 8pm, CBS In the movie Scrooged, a television exec demands that Bill Murray’s character start developing programming for cats and dogs, because studies showed that one day household pets would become steady TV viewers. The future is apparently now. “Dogs in the City” is a new documentary series intended for […]
‘‘I’m going to retire from this game,’’ mutters UVA junior Jarmere Jenkins. He roots around behind the heavy curtains hanging in front of the wall behind Court 7 at the Boyd Tinsley Tennis Center, the Boar’s Head Sports Club’s cavernous indoor tennis facility, searching for a stray ball and collecting his thoughts. Jarmere Jenkins, UVA […]
In 2011, the Carolina Chocolate Drops—a traditional string band out of North Carolina – won a Grammy for Best Traditional Folk Album for their first full-length effort, titled Genuine Negro Jig. The group will play a live set on WTJU-FM at 1pm on Tuesday, January 31 in advance of their full-length show at the Jefferson […]
(Photo by Jack Looney) As I walked through the crowd at Virginia’s Scott Stadium with basketball player Assane Sene, the reactions were mixed. Some football fans were so engrossed in their food purchases that they managed to ignore the 7′ tall man in sweats gliding through their midst. Others, like the two young girls trying […]
The story of Matt Nelson’s incredible comeback begins with him going head-to-head with his twin brother Nick. He hopes it ends with the two of them standing back-to-back on the winners’ podium this spring as NCAA champions.
Morgan Brian stands at midfield on the practice pitch near Klockner Stadium. The UVA women’s soccer team, ranked No. 4 in the nation as of November 9, is running through its last practice before it hosted Long Island University in an opening-round NCAA tournament game.