What’s wrong with this picture? Let me get this straight… The only expression of black devotion that you and your photographer can find in all of Charlottesville is the love of a black servant for the child of her employers? [“Heart & Soul,” February 10, 2009] The city’s loving black couples, caring black parents, and […]
Grading on a curve I enjoyed seeing C-VILLE’s take on Ash Lawn-Highland’s inauguration day/MLK celebration [“Timid feeders on the lagoon,” January 27, 2009]. While it may be a somewhat odd venue for such an occasion, I was nonetheless a bit disappointed to see such criticism directed towards President Monroe and the event in general. Certainly, […]
03/11/2014 10:00 pm Travis Elliott & Friends Fellini’s #9, Charlottesville VA
I don’t have any comments on the safety/health issue, but find it interesting that the argument for the fake turf is saving money.
This most recent article is a “Dis” service to the Virginia Wine Industry, and an insult to thousands of consumers of Norton.
The most obvious source of stressful racial relations in Charlottesville
The C-VILLE perhaps forgot to include over the hill ex-electeds in your review of the city
I enjoyed Mr. Tobias’ column about overpriced Virginia wine [“Workingman’s pour,” The Working Pour, November 18, 2008].
They are all my favorite! Can't choose.
Mr. Beard: I read with interest your recent article on the vocabulary of wine
The question was asked what other Charlottesville legends deserve memorial signs
Shame on the Virginia Wineries Association and the Virginia Wine Marketing Office for not
One only needs to look at the current state of our country’s economy to realize why UVA
Rick Lilly has things a bit confused in the story on Buford football
Loved your article on the ugliest buildings in town [“Walls of shame,” September 30, 2008],
J. Tobias Beard’s piece on wineries using California grapes [“Shallow ground,” The Working Pour, September 16, 2008]
I wanted to make some comments about J. Tobias Beard’s article
In the article entitled “Coming to terms with the city’s homeless problem” by Jayson Whitehead in the July 15, 2008, issue,
As someone too familiar with the traffic clot where West Main Street, Ridge Street, South Street, Water Street and Ridge-McIntire Road meet,
Your July 22, 2008 edition claimed that changes at city pools were “going swimmingly” and that fears of overcrowding were “uncalled-for”
Majority report As a victim of a violent assault in Charlottesville, a hundred feet from my apartment last summer, I feel as though I have a personal stake in the question you posed in this week’s C-VILLE, “Does Charlottesville Have a Gang Problem?” [July 8, 2008]. Yet I was disappointed by your approach to the […]
Phoning it in The June 24th city Planning Commission discussion of placement of Verizon’s cell phone towers on school property was misdirected [“City can’t consider cell tower health risks,” Government News, July 1, 2008]. The discussion focused entirely on the aesthetics of the towers, rather than the primary issue of why to overturn the city’s […]