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On February 22, Jim Moore, a supporter of two-time City Council candidate Kenneth Jackson, sent out a Facebook...
Charlottesville breweries are full of fall beer options
What makes for a good fall beer? Extra body? Darker malt? Pumpkin spice? Every brewer and brewery in Charlottesville...
With a whimper
One week after issuing a report on the economic contribution of the arts in August, the Piedmont Council for the Arts...
L.L. Bean opened in Charlottesville a few weeks ago, which may be as much of a cultural milestone as the arrival of a...
What’s the best grocery store bar in town?
As competition has grown among Charlottesville’s high-end grocery stores, a trend has emerged of adding bars. I’ve...
White nationalist-event organizer Jason Kessler obtained a special event insurance policy for his Unite the Right...
This past Mother’s Day, a new political organization found an unusual way of observing the holiday: By standing in...
New brewery wants to tap into under-served market
Charlottesville’s newest brewery will open without an IPA. That is not a typo. Mark Fulton, head brewer at Reason...
New book details Charlottesville’s beer history
Fans of locally made craft beer have long felt that we had something special happening here. Now there is a book to...
Cobbling together a living gives many an opportunity to...
Ethan Lipscomb tore the shirt from his thin frame and tossed it through the artificial fog and colored lights off the...
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