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After a month and a half of fighting the power through protests, placards, and the power symbolism of just being present, the Occupy Charlottesville movement has been asked by city leaders to move. Will they? Can they decide? Courteney Stuart meets and photographs some the of new residents of Lee Park.
Sexual assault against men may be rarer than that against women, but at least five UVA men have been victimized by a home intruder in the last six weeks, and police have few leads.
Robert E. Lee isn't the only "Park" in this issue. This week, Dish writer Dave McNair introduces you to the graphic artist and soccer mom who's been making Korean-inspired dressings so tasty that local stores have been stocking up.
Shake off the magnolias
Like a vestige of the antebellum South, seven magnolias have stood alongside the UVA Rotunda for nearly 100 years. The recent announcement that they'd get whack brought calls for rethinking, but Dave McNair finds that maybe they're just not that great.
Content omitted this week's slim 56-page issue:
- letters to the editor
- the back page essay
The Occupy Charlottesville movement in Lee Park, as seen on Monday November 28.
–photo by Courteney Stuart
When horses and cars collide
Lawmakers punt Biscuit Run