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Point, click, bind

Local photojournalist uses self-publishing to give art longer life

Now serving

Alicia Walsh-Noel is no stranger to a career pivot. Seven years ago, she left her cubicle job to start as a busser at...

The artists’ way

Art can be intimidating. In talking with Chicho Lorenzo, Benita Mayo, Heather Owens, Michael Jones, and Megan Read,...

Good bars

Carly Romeo had always been really into chocolate, but it wasn’t until a visit to a chocolate shop with a friend that...

Best of the FEST

Lorraine Sanders knows FEST. She better. She came up with the acronym.  As a modern marketer, acronyms are kind of...

They run these streets

They gather in the dozens at the Jefferson School at 6am every Monday, Wed­nesday, and Friday: Black, brown, and...

A lyrical world

In one of Fernando Valverde’s poems, “Ellis Island,” he imagines would-be immigrants to the United States, gathering...

Recycling for cycling

Community Bikes has been providing bicycles to Charlottesville kids and adults in need since 2001, but with the...

Fashion statements

There’s a direct connection to be made between the work of Playground of Empathy and its founders’ Instagram account,...