For this week’s cover story, a panel of judges undertook the ponderous task of weighing the merits of local barbeque.
Andrew Cedermark takes us on a smell tour of Charlottesville.
In case you didn’t notice, it’s the 150th anniversary of the American Civil War.
An errant throw in the 13th inning brought the Cavaliers’ campaign for the College World Series to an excruciating halt.
This week we give you a ranked list of Charlottesville’s most powerful.
C-VILLE interviews 14 students from area schools, ages 6 to 19
Each year since he arrived, Head Coach Brian O’Connor has taken the team to the postseason.
It’s worth remembering that not so long ago, the phrases “University of Virginia” and “baseball powerhouse” went together only in moaning jest. Yet today UVA is a legitimate baseball powerhouse, and a May 14 game against Miami demonstrated why Head Coach Brian O’Connor has been so doggone successful. “My goal as the coach here is [...]
Reaching the NCAA national title game is no small feat, but the Cavaliers fell just short, losing 4-3 to the University of Southern California.
She may have squandered a fortune, her homes may be in foreclosure, but Donald Trump’s people say Patricia Kluge will continue working for the winery.
Unsurprisingly, debates over buildings at UVA, highlighted in this week’s feature, tend to come back to WWJD – what would Jefferson design?
How do you paint something that makes people proud but also makes them think?
Many of the Christian artists in this week’s cover story see art as an opportunity to speak across faiths.
Among the misconceptions fractured by Chiara Canzi’s feature on local homeschoolers is the image of a kid working purely in isolation with Mom.
The high drama of the local budget season came to an end yesterday with City Council’s unanimous approval. Tax rates will remain the same
Just how long has Debbie Ryan coached UVA women’s basketball team? Thirty-four years.
Now it’s our turn. We know what it takes to compete for the jobs and industries of our time. We need to out-innovate, out-educate, and out-build the rest of the world. We have to make America the best place on Earth to do business. We need to take responsibility for our deficit and reform [...]
The legacy of Biscuit Run continues to reverberate in this session of the General Assembly, where two bills head towards passage, each tackling the implications of the state’s hasty acquisition of the 1,200-acre former development for a future state park. After the Virginia Department of Transportation appraised the 1,200-acre Biscuit Run tract at $12 million, [...]
In his first year in office, Ken Cuccinelli demonstrated a knack for busting the traditional bounds of an attorney general. Health care? Carbon emissions? Abortion clinics? Gay rights? Cuccinelli craftily found ways to insert himself into each issue with his own lawsuits, rulings, and interpretations. Even Mann’s critics have said that Cuccinelli should call off [...]
In his first year in office, Ken Cuccinelli demonstrated a knack for busting the traditional bounds of an attorney general.
Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli, no doubt still aglow from his latest victory in his war on health care reform, got some help this month from an outside nonprofit in his quest to pry loose a bevy of documents related to former UVA climate scientist Michael Mann. On January 6, the American Tradition Institute (ATI), along [...]
For the last year, the big question looming over the Biscuit Run State Park transaction was how much the state paid for the 1,200-acre former development site.
The big question looming over the Biscuit Run State Park transaction was how much the state paid for the 1,200-acre former development site
On November 2, Charlottesville voters left little doubt about who they wanted to represent them in Congress, voting four-to-one for Democratic incumbent Tom Perriello over Republican rival (and eventual district winner) Robert Hurt. The final campaign finance figures, released last week, show that Charlottesville donors voted the same way with their wallets. Donors from Charlottesville [...]
It could easily have been a day of mourning. A cold November rain dampened a crowd of volunteers last Thursday as they gathered a final time to hear from the man they’d worked but failed to re-elect two days before, Fifth District Congressman Tom Perriello.“Tom, you have changed who I am as a human,” said [...]