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Sense and the city
The concept of urban placemaking surfaced in the 1960s, when writer and activist Jane Jacobs successfully led the...
Former Charlottesville mayor Maurice Cox, now Detroit’s director of planning and development, talks about managing...
Don’t call it salami...
Making charcuterie is an art, and the best meat artists in town can be found at J.M. Stock Provisions. “You have to...
West Main passersby were alarmed last week to see yellow caution tape stretched in front of Parallel 38 and Gus’...
Sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll
Next fall, residents of a new housing complex on West Main Street might have 99 problems, but their apartment won’t...
From 1988 to 1992, two recent UVA graduates, Chris Farina and Reid Oechslin, set out with a camera, 16mm film, little...
Monolith on West Main What wasn’t quite clear from renderings of The Standard, the deluxe student apartments now...
Where the sidewalk ends A young man in cargo shorts and a gray T-shirt sprints across an unofficial crosswalk between...
Another unremarkably named structure will soon be joining The Flats and The Uncommon student housing on West Main:...
C-VILLE took an in-depth look at the 3,700 hotel rooms for rent in Charlottesville and Albemarle in May, but with the...
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