The issue at hand is an administrative order that prevents Virginia State Police chaplains from making public prayers which are applicable to only one religion.
For approximately the same price, you can buy a doorknob at 45-room Kluge home, or some of the manor’s finest silver.
The magazine reports, that prosperity gospel fosters risk-taking and intense material optimism. One of its leading adherents is right here in Charlottesville.
In 2007, following a stint on City Council that included a term as mayor, Maurice Cox took a break from the University of Virginia architecture faculty to become design director at the National Endowment for the Arts. An outspoken advocate of urban planning, increased density and improved public transit options while on Council, Cox leaves […]
Courts will be closed on Monday, too.
Ninety-five people remain sheltered at the UVA Aquatics and Fitness Center and the North Garden Fire Department.
Accumulation has reached 30 inches of snow in some places around Central Virginia.
National Weather Service predicts up to a foot falling on Saturday.
Common sense, as much as notions of sustainability, guided this week’s feature story: a list of 10 things that local businesses and government can do right now to up Charlottesville’s green factor.
Winemaker Matthieu Finot siphons wine from oak barrels to give a reporter a preview of the 2009 vintages from King Family Vineyards. Outside the barrel room, scores of tourists and wine enthusiasts buzz through the tasting room—swirling, talking, snacking and purchasing wine. It’s Saturday afternoon, and it’s business as usual at a popular Crozet winery […]
Craig Littlepage fired Groh, who came to UVA in almost nine years ago, effective immediately.
As if Richard Hewitt did not have enough to do, the master of the Keswick Hall wine list (all 32 pages of it) will bottle 25 cases of Petit Verdot at the end of the month. Moonlighting? The name behind the fame: Get a taste of Barboursville Vineyards or Virginia Wineworks with these house wines […]
Yellow is the color of sorority. It’s also a three-sided hue. Red, blue and black are quadratic. I shall explain. Bottle of red? Not quite. Maggie Small is held aloft by Jesse Bechard, David Neal, Thomas Ragland and Fernando Sabino in Richmond Ballet’s premier performance of “Lines Squared” by choreographer Jessica Lang. Last week, […]
Frank Friedman, the president of our local community college, PVCC, is the subject of this week’s cover story
We asked him how he was feeling on the heels of his fresh victory.
"Happy to bring some joy to Mudville," says Szakos, in an apparent reference to election results from Albemarle County and Virginia, overall, where Democrats surrendered
Though he is a man of middle age, Chris Parker’s ties to Virginia wine begin 400 years ago when English colonists arrived at Jamestown
Independent Bob Fenwick trails in early results from Tonsler and Venable precints.
With one precinct reporting, Rob Graham calls the 58th for Bell.
"51 percent Deeds voters" would be the right turnout, says Democratic gubernatorial candidate
Alumni Hall and Jefferson Park both give Dave Norris a decisive lead at this stage.
The Wall St. Journal calls it one of the most expensive listings in the country, though Candy Spelling’s place is going for more.
Andrew Hodson’s point is simple: “Unless we sell wine, we can’t buy grapes.” Hodson is the owner of and “emeritus winemaker” at Veritas Vineyards. He was in the C-VILLE office several weeks back, describing the complicated web of professional organizations that in some sense threatens the health of Virginia winemakers and winegrowers. There’s the Virginia […]
Michael Broadbent’s suit thwarts UK distribution of "The Billionaire’s Vinegar" only and does not name author Benjamin Wallace, who spoke at Monticello last June