Some Charlottesville residents have found a way to brush up on their Spanish…and their dancing — at the same time. And all without travelling to a South American country. Reporter Deepak Singh takes us to a salsa dance club. This piece was originally aired on NPR affiliate WVTF
Charlottesville is known for its global scene — exotic restaurants, world music, cultural events and festivals. In a city where people representing dozens of nations live and work together, Charlottesville adds one more thing to its list to flaunt its international flavor: Cricket. Reporter Deepak Singh has the story. This piece was originally aired on NPR affiliate WVTF
Mr. Wheeler also shares the history of The Community Chalkboard and Podium: A Monument to The First Amendment, located outside of City Hall in Charlottesville, which was designed based on feedback from the community.
In Charlottesville, Virginia a group of women are “hooking”, “top rolling” and “shoulder pressing”—all in the name of raising money for charity. Reporter Deepak Singh has more on the game of Arm Wrestling. This piece was originally aired on NPR affiliate WVTF
From inclement weather decision-making, to realignment and budgeting, to strategic planning and staff hiring, the public is aware of the outcomes but not always of the internal process. This is an opportunity to hear about decision-making from our local leaders, regardless of your school system.
On Sunday, February 10, 2013, poet Mary Sherman Willis and her publisher Katherine McNamara discussed the two distinct publishing formats of an excerpt of her forthcoming book-length poem as “Cave Boy,” an iPad-only digital edition and a hand-made art book edition.