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Since last fall,Charlottesville Tomorrow has become a leading source for information about the decision-making process in local governments. We spoke with director Brian Wheeler last fall, shortly after the organization began work.

 

Patricia Aburdene was the featured speaker at the annual Virginia Festival of the Book Business Breakfast on Wednesday, March 22, 2006. Aburdene is author of Megatrends 2010: The Rise of Conscious Capitalism. She discussed her new book, which explains why firms like Timberland, Wainwright Bank, 3M, Chiquita Brands, Motorola, Intel and others are taking a stand for corporate social responsibility. Aburdene explains what many have felt but couldn’t prove: Corporate responsibility actually is good business. Old-fashioned values, honest accounting, and stewardship for each other and the environment translate into healthy profits: “doing the right thing” pays off for everyone.

 


U.Va sociologist Brad Wilcox

Virginians will vote this November on an amendment to the state constitution that will explicitly define marriage as between a man and a woman. U.Va marriage expert Brad Wilcox joins Coy Barefoot on the June 22 edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to discuss the challenges that face the institution.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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This is a reconstructed Hodads song for the people who would be interested in it. This is also in the Notes That Were Not
as well.

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Now that Virginia has a state budget, transportation projects across the state can get back underway. Secretary of Transportation Pierce Homer is Coy Barefoot’s guest on the June 21 edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now. Homer talks about the transportation funding crisis that remains to be dealt with by future sessions of the General Assembly.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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Delegate Jennifer McClellan of the 71st House District returns to discuss budget compromise on the June 21 edition of WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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Bob Gibson of the Charlottesville Daily Progress stopped by WINA’s studios on Rose Hill Drive on Monday, June 19 to talk with Coy Barefoot about the Virginia blog summit, Jim Webb’s victory in the Democratic Primary, and the electability of Hilary Clinton.

This audio is made possible by Coy Barefoot at the Sorensen Institute.

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Waldo Jaquith of cvillenews.com joins Coy Barefoot to discuss lessons learned at the 2006 Virginia Blog Summit. This program is from June 19, 2006.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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The Sorensen Institute for Political Leadership at the University of Virginia held the second
annual Virginia Blog Summit this past week. One of the speakers was Washington Post reporter and blogger Michael Shear. He was introduced by Holly Mattocks of the University of Virginia, a student in the Sorensen’s College Leaders Program, Class of 2006.

This audio is made possible by Coy Barefoot at the Sorensen Institute.

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What role should school systems play in fighting teenage drinking? That’s one of the questions explored in a panel discussion on alcohol held during the June 18 edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call. Sue Friedman is the chair of the Albemarle County School Board. Frank Birkhead is a parent of a recently graduated student from Western Albemarle High School. Andrew Owen is the coach of the lacrosse team at Western Albemarle.

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Kent Willis is the Executive Director of the ACLU of Virginia. He joined Coy Barefoot on the June 15 edition of Charlottesville–Right Now to talk about his organization’s recent filing to permit college newspapers to accept advertising for alcohol products. State law currently forbids them from doing so. A recent law in Pennsylvania was recently struck down. Willis also discusses the ACLU investigation regarding Virginia phone companies sharing info with the National Security Agency.

Charlottesville–Right Now is broadcast live Monday through Friday on NewsRadio 1070 WINA from 4 to 6pm. Best-selling author and historian Coy Barefoot is the host and producer. To participate in the program, you can call 434-977-1070. Coy can be reached at barefoot@wina.com.

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