Bob Gibson on the Senate race, the marriage amendment, and New Orleans

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Jul 312006
 

Bob Gibson joins Coy Barefoot to talk about his most recent articles in the Charlottesville Daily Progress. He described the devastation in New Orleans in Sunday’s paper. He describes what he saw in New Orleans and Mississippi. He also talks about Senator George Allen’s lead over challenger Jim Webb in a recent poll, as well as the marriage amendment on the ballot this fall.

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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Jul 302006
 

Charlottesville’s Food Geek, Brian Geiger, joins Rick Moore to discuss specialty diets such as gluten-free diets, and other food topics such as coffee, food supplements, and the importance of local foods. This program originally aired on WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call on July 30.

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Jul 292006
 

 

Washington Post military correspondent Thomas Ricks says the war in Iraq is winnable, but not if something isn’t done to change the way in which we’re fighting. Penguin Press has published Ricks’ new book called Fiasco: The American Military Adventure in Iraq. Ricks’ outlines describes as a string of mistakes made by the U.S. military leadership in the execution of the war. He joined Coy Barefoot on July 28 to talk about the book and what he thinks needs to be done to fix the war.

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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Jul 262006
 


Photo of Sarah Arvio by Rigel Garcia de Cabada

The poet Sarah Arvio reads ten poems from her new book, Sono. The reading took place on April 1, 2006, at Chapters Literary Bookstore, Washington, D.C. The poems can be read (and heard) on Archipelago, Vol. 10, Nos. 1-2, Summer 2006.

Jul 262006
 

Mark McKinnon and Joe Lockhart join Coy Barefoot to discuss Hot Soup.com, a new website for political junkies. McKinnon has been a Senior Campaign Consultant to President Bush and Lockhart was President Clinton’s Press Secretary. “We think there are lots of people in America today that don’t feel any particular party affiliation, that feel like they’ve been shut out of the conversation,” says McKinnon. Hotsoup hopes to open the doors and bring more people to the political table. Each week, the website will feature political debates from five different perspectives, and users will be encouraged to form social networks to carry on the discussion. The site will launch in October.

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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Brian Wheeler on the Albermarle mountain-top protection ordinance, new development update

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Jul 262006
 

Brian Wheeler joins Coy Barefoot for his weekly growth and development update. They discuss the definition of “quality” growth, the mountain-top development ordinance in Albemarle County, the proposed commercial development at 5th Street and Avon, and updates on Biscuit Run and Albemarle Place. To find out more about all of these projects, visit Charlottesville Tomorrow.

The ACLU grades the Virginia General Assembly

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Jul 262006
 

Kent Willis of the American Civil Liberties Union of Virginia joins Coy Barefoot on WINA’s Charlottesville–Right Now to discuss the release of the ACLU’s review of the recently completed General Assembly session. The group sees the approval of the constitutional amendment to ban gay marriage as the low point of the session.

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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Jul 252006
 

Members of Steeley Dan may be taking the makers of Me, You and Dupree to court over an allegation the film is lifted from one of their songs. But before that happens, Ben Nuckols weighs in with his verdict on whether or not the movie is any good. It’s WNRN’s 91 Seconds on Film, sponsored by Sneak Reviews.

Jul 242006
 


Rick Wellbeloved-Stone (left) and Christian DeBaun (right) spar while their master instructors look on…

Myo Sim Karate and Kendo celebrated its fortieth anniversary in Charlottesville this weekend with its annual black belt exams. Myo Sim was founded by Grand Master Sung Hong, a Korean immigrant who opened his first dojo near Galludet University in 1963. One of his students brought the practice to Charlottesville when he entered studies at the University of Virginia. Classes in both karate and kendo are now taught at ACAC. Sean Tubbs attended the celebrations, and spoke with Rick Wellbeloved-Stone and Christian DeBaun, two of Myo Sim’s instructors in Charlottesville.

Bryan MacKenzie wrote about Myo Sim last week in the Daily Progress.

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WNRN Sunday Morning Wakeup Call: U.Va professors examine the crisis in Lebanon

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Jul 242006
 

The crisis in Lebanon shows no signs of ending. Rick Moore took a look at the issues involved on the July 23rd edition of WNRN’s Sunday Morning Wake-Up Call. His guests were Daniel Lefkowitz, a specialist on Mideast cultures from the Anthropology Dept, and David Waldner, a Middle East expert in the Department of Politics.