Usually, the best way to correct a misstep is to talk about it. We found ourself in that position last week, so we’re here to start a conversation—and eat a little crow. Last week’s story on a dispute over permitted partying in the Market and Meade area included some quotes that it shouldn’t have, quotes […]
Use of the crowdfunding site Kickstarter is booming in Charlottesville, and it’s no wonder. The website was created in 2008 as a low-risk fundraising platform for creative projects, and it’s been embraced with a good deal of success here, where indie-minded artists and musicians—and those willing to shell out a few bucks to support them […]
When the Jefferson School City Center opens its doors in January, nine nonprofit tenants with overlapping missions in health and education will share the responsibility of making good on the City’s $5.8 million equity investment in the project. Most of them—like the Jefferson Area Board on Aging (JABA) and Piedmont Virginia Community College—have long track records in […]
- A former C’villian, via Facebook: “On Wednesday I saw @SonsofBill play their first UK show...they have some MASSIVE fans in London."
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- #Cville residents from Caracas and Kiev fear the places they still call home will never be the same: http://t.co/p7b8NglufU